The dynamic mother-son team who wrote Help! My Apartment Has a Kitchen Cookbook now offers humorous advice and easy recipes for gen-Xers and other novice cooks who want to invite friends for dinner. When we last met Kevin Mills in the runaway, surprise bestseller Help! My Apartment Has a Kitchen Cookbook, he was a recent college graduate who took a cooking-by-phone class from his mom in order to survive in the kitchen, eventually winning over his vegetarian girlfriend with his culinary skills.
Now he's married to her, she's a doctor, and he still does all the cooking in their tiny kitchen. And now they entertain. With the same combination of witty writing and clever illustrations that earned the authors' first book accolades in the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Boston Globe, and Seventeen, Help! My Apartment Has a Dining Room dispenses straight advice and 150 easy recipes from a kitchen veteran, Mom, road-tested and written by her twentysomething son, who has taken out all the fancy cookbook talk. With Mom Tips and Mom Warnings, this book gives novices the benefit of Mom's experience without having her in the kitchen.