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Betty Crocker  

Review by Debbie Mazo



If you've come to depend on your Betty Crocker paperback over the years, you'll be thrilled to know that there's an online alternative. For timeless kitchen wisdom that never goes out of style, point your browser to Betty Crocker's Online Cookbook for everyone's favorite recipes as well as some innovative cooking ideas.

What's for Dinner? Let Betty Crocker plan dinner for the week. Just follow a few simple steps: click on a category, customize the menu, print out your recipes (including a nutritional analysis), and generate a shopping list. Categories for your meal planner cover the gamut from kid-tested choices like Tortellini Soup to the exotic flavors of international menus like Creamy Stilton Soup. with Betty Crocker's know-how and experience, you'll be sure to cook up some great meals that easily fit into your lifestyle.

If you're pressed for time but can't make it to the market, there's no need to panic. Click on What's on Hand to choose from common ingredients found in even the barest of pantries. Then, let Betty do all the legwork and come up with easy-to-prepare choices that you can whip up in a flash. For example, enter three basic ingredients (such as broccoli, cauliflower, and pasta) and Betty offers choices like Angel Hair Pasta in Garlic Sauce and Galileo Italian Pasta Salad.

Like to do your shopping online? Then, beat the crowds and head over to the online store where you'll find home and kitchen ware, cooking pointers, and more. You can also sample some of the baked goodies from Betty's Online Bakery featuring gourmet cookies and brownies made from scratch.

For more well-seasoned advice, check out the archives of Betty's weekly newspaper column with tips on everything from easy-to-assemble appetizers to potato salad pointers. For all of your cooking enquiries, Betty Crocker Online solves your problems with an extra helping of creativity and more recipes than you can ever imagine.


About the Writer

Debbie Mazo is a writer and editor based in Vancouver, Canada. She currently specializes in technical and marketing materials, but is also pursuing opportunities in food journalism.

Copyright © 2000, Debbie Mazo. All rights reserved.


    February 2000


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