You can't blame Mark Peel's publisher for positioning his latest book (New Classic Family Dinners; Wiley, $34.95) as one that contains simple, comforting dishes even a novice can reproduce at home. The 200 recipes are billed as “everyday” fare, and Peel goes to great lengths in his introduction to further hold the hand of the prospective buyer. “This is not a chef cookbook,” he says. “The recipes aren't difficult, the food isn't fancy, and you won't require a kitchen staff to succeed.” ...
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