Comfort Food Cooking Series Release
Comfort Food Cooking for Beginning Cooks will be released for shipment on July 15, 2010 and be ordered NOW. The series takes the same approach that was used in the baking series from Bread Technique. Five titles make up the series. Each title can teach a complete novice a delicious comfort food meal. The five titles include:
- Meatloaf and Baked Potatoes
- Pan Roasted Chicken Breast with Roasted Root Crop
- Chicken Pot Pie
- Stuffed Peppers and Confetti Rice
- Pot Roast with Hearty Vegetables
Internet Cooking School is a division of Bread Technique, Inc. At the BreadTechnique site we have made baking titles available since 2007 through our eBay store. New in 2010 is this series and a planned series called 'Relax it's Just Thanksgiving'. We also have added purchase capabilities here at this site and through Amazon and Amazon's CreateSpace publishing on demand. Check it out!
Comfort Food Cooking for Beginning Cooks can be sampled by watching the entire first title here at this page. Meatloaf and Baked Potatoes is 24 minutes long but gives exact instructions to show you how to make this family friendly meal. Our plan today is to leave the video available for your review. A DVD version in DVD resolution (sharper larger image) is available for our standard title price of $14.95, which includes first class parcel shipping to the US and Canada. Each of the other four titles can be purchased too for that same low price.
To make it a real learning experience, order the series for $34.95 which includes shipping. The package includes all five recipe cards and summaries, and the five titles on two discs. For a limited time I'll include one of my favorite kitchen tools - the bench scraper. The recipe card can be cut from the summary and placed in a 4x6 recipe box, then if you want a new copy of the summary to keep with the disk it is available from this site to purchasers as a download. The password (required for the other four titles) printed on the DVD face. This offer will expire for internet orders on July 27th 2010.
Your satisfaction is important to me. I'm confident that if you are really committed to learning to cook this course is your best bet. If after purchasing and receiving the series you don't feel that it is going to help you in your quest simply send me an email and request a refund. You are responsible only for returning the discs - keep the recipe cards and the dough scraper as my way of saying thanks for considering Internet Cooking School for your home cooking training.
I'm always eager for your feed back and hope you will let me know what you think. I'm also looking for new ideas for meals that you would like to work.
Mark Witt, President
Bread Technique, Inc
Last Updated (Wednesday, 07 July 2010 16:33)