Kick it Up a Notch With Emeril
Lagasse is aware of cooking barriers and time restraints, so he put together a cookbook to help families eat well. The possibilities are endless – soup, pasta, stew, desserts or a huge weekend bash. Lagasse has it covered.
He is unlike any other chef. There is just something about his spontaneity, his zealous personality and his passion for cooking that sets Emeril Lagasse apart from other chefs. Lagasse is wowing food lovers again with his new cookbook Emeril’s Cooking With Power.
“I’m a guy who likes to make people happy,” said Lagasse. “It has become a common theme – folks buy electric products to help them manage their time and cooking space better, but then they run out of ideas for new, exciting recipes.”
This book is unlike any other of Lagasse’s creations because it includes 100 delicious recipes that use your slow cooker, multi-cooker, pressure cooker and deep fryer.
It’s difficult to manage work, home, and kids while trying to provide delicious meals for your family. “Gone are the days when most households included a member who stayed home to cook, clean, and generally take care of business while the kids were at school and another person worked to bring home the bacon,” said Lagasse.
Lagasse is aware of cooking barriers and time restraints, so he put together a cookbook to help families eat well. The possibilities are endless – soup, pasta, stew, desserts or a huge weekend bash. Lagasse has it covered. There’s no doubt the master chef is full of great recipes and tons of inspiration.
Lagasse would like to share a special treat with our audience. Here is an exclusive recipe from his new book Emeril’s Cooking With Power.
Here’s nothing fancy, just awesome lasagna. You can assemble the entire thing the day or night before, then put it in your slow cooker and flip the switch when you’re hours away from dinner. A green salad, a loaf of crusty bread, and a good full-bodied red wine are all you need. A dinner with friends, on a weeknight!
1/3 pound ground beef
1/3 pound ground veal
1/3 pound ground pork
½ cup chopped celery (about 1 rib)
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