'The Can't Cook Book' Helps You Face Your Kitchen Fears

In her new book, Jessica Seinfeld tackles various issues people have with cooking.
2:51 | 10/08/13

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Test Text1 underli We're back in the kitchen with jessica seinfeld. Her latest cookbook, "the can't cook" book. You dedicated this to your husband, jerry. He doesn't want to go in the kitchen. He used to be like that. Last night, for the first time -- the strangest thing. He took chicken out of the oven for me. It was a miracle. Yeah. For everyone in new york city heard angels singing, it was amazing. This is for everybody that can get intimidated. The idea of recipes or tackling everything in the kitchen. You've broken it down. Want to play a game here. Yeah. The first one, is people who are afraid of too many ingredients. Too much shopping. What do I buy when I go to the store? I get messed up when I use too many ingredients. This pasta dish in the book, so simple. Three ingredients. Cheese, salt, pepper and pasta. If you can boil water, you can make this. The hardest thing is remembering to take the butter out of the refrigerator, which trips me up every time. So simple, but so great. So good. Your wife loves this. And my kids, too. Mm. I'm wearing this dress in honor of your family. Dachshunds. I have two dachshunds because of you. Yes. Next one is everyone who is afraid of using a knife. No knives on this one. A loft this book has the use of no knives. This is just roasting, lemon zest, salt and pepper. Getting a whole lunch here. Yeah. And it's healthy and good because there's only a few This one is mine. I love to cook. But the idea of having pots and pans to clean up. Hate cleanup. This is simple. All you have to do here is slice potatoes and onions, and salt, pepper, one pot. All the same. Do your laundry, answer e-mails. And come back and it's done. If you don't mind, can we finish what we're doing here? Trying to sell "the can't cook" book. How delicious that pasta is. If you're afraid of using the oven, you can impress people. This iss almonds, blue cheese and dates. Olive oil, salt and pepper. I don't use salad dressing a lot. The dates are really good. They're fancy. A hint. "Can't cook" book is all over the country.

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