More and more people are turning up the heat and cooking healthy meals made with fresh ingredients. With stir-fry cooking, chefs at all levels can shave off time preparing meals for their families by serving up heart-friendly dishes in just minutes. "The Everything Stir-Fry Coobook" is a sizzling sourcebook of 300 recipes, with step-by-step instructions on how to: make healthy poultry, pork and vegetable dishes, starting with the freshest ingredients; select the correct equipments and prepare rice from around the world; and whip up fish/shelfish dishes, noodle selections, creative marinades sauces, and second-helping worthy desserts. "The Everything Stir-Fry Cookbook" offers helpful tips and techniques for making mouthwatering recipes in less time than it would take to choose what to order from a Chinese menu.
Rhonda Lauret Parkinson (Calgary, Alberta, Canada) is the author of several cookbooks and food titles, including The Everything[registered] Chinese Cookbook and The Everything College Cookbook. She is a freelance writer and researcher with extensive food writing experience. For the past eight years Ms. Parkinson has been creating recipes and covering Chinese Cuisine for About.com. She learned how to cook from her father, a rofessional chef specialising in French cuisine.