Cook s Country Eats Local

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ISBN: 9781940352299
Release Date: 2015-08-11
Number of pages: 320
Author: Cook's Country
Publisher: America's Test Kitchen

Download and read online Cook s Country Eats Local in PDF and EPUB 150 Regional Recipes You Should Be Making No Matter Where You Live From Maine’s hearty Joe Booker Stew to pineapple-packed Hawaiian Fried Rice, this collection of recipes brings bold local flavors and tried-and-true cooking techniques home—no matter where that may be. Home cooks will discover little-known spe- cialties and revamped classics in each of the four chapters: New England and the Mid-Atlantic, Appalachia and the South, The Midwest and Great Plains, Texas and the West. Colorful local history and anecdotes from Cook’s Country’s tasty travels bring the recipes to life, and illustrated maps and a list of test kitchen–approved hot spots show you where you can try the inspiring original dishes today. Step-by-step photography illustrates key techniques, and full-color photos for every recipe showcase the beauty of the collection. From tailgate staples like Southern Football Sandwiches and Wisconsin Grilled Brats and Beer to old-school sweets like Hollywood’s Tick Tock Orange Sticky Rolls and New York’s Bee Sting Cake, Cook’s Country Eats Local puts an array of flavorful, diverse American dishes within reach—no road trip needed. From the Trade Paperback edition.


From Our Grandmothers Kitchens

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ISBN: 193361580X
Release Date: 2011
Number of pages: 214
Author: Cook's Country Magazine
Publisher: Americas Test Kitchen

Download and read online From Our Grandmothers Kitchens in PDF and EPUB Whether it was a one-of-a-kind, soul-warming meal your grandmother used to make especially for you or a slice of deliciously spiced bread you tasted somewhere halfway around the globe, food has always been so much more than the food itself--it's a memory. What we ate, and when and where we ate it, becomes interwoven with who we are and where we come from: our family, our heritage, our friends. In an effort to preserve these heirloom recipes, Cook's Country Magazine asked its readers to submit their favorite recipes and the stories behind them. Family favorites for cookies and pies, casseroles and and special-occasion suppers, old-fashioned breads, and even preserves and pickles, all came pouring in. From the over one thousand submissions, our team tested and perfected the best to present here, in From Our Grandmothers' Kitchens.


Cook It in Cast Iron

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ISBN: 9781940352480
Release Date: 2016-02
Number of pages: 304
Author: America's Test Kitchen
Publisher: America's Test Kitchen

Download and read online Cook It in Cast Iron in PDF and EPUB Learn to cook it all in cast iron! The cast-iron skillet is a sturdy, versatile, traditional kitchen workhorse that 85% of us own but far fewer of us reach for daily, mostly because we have one or two recipes we use it for and otherwise it stays in the back of the cabinet. In this new cookbook, the editors of Cook's Country will show you everything you need to know about cast-iron cookware and the many (and often surprising) dishes you can cook and bake in this multitasker of a pan, from the classic dishes everyone knows and loves like steak, perfect fried eggs, and cornbread, to innovative and inspiring recipes like skillet apple pie, pizza, and cinnamon swirl bread. Learn about this cast iron's history and what makes it uniquely American and let us show you how to shop for, season, care for, and clean this perfect pan.


Southern Routes

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ISBN: 9780718011635
Release Date: 2015-09-15
Number of pages: 288
Author: Ben Vaughn
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc

Download and read online Southern Routes in PDF and EPUB In most of Ben’s experiences the humble Southern chefs share their long protected family recipes, but it’s not an adventure if everyone cooperates. Some of these institutions guard their recipes like members of the family. To the untrained eater, the secret ingredients it takes to create such an iconic dish would remain a bewitching mystery without the original formula. However, Ben’s journey and mission is to deliver the most amazing 100 Southern recipes. With his charm and ability in the kitchen, Ben acquired each recipe–one way or another. If he was unable to get the recipe directly from the source, Ben replicated it himself, only having tasted the dish. After deciphering the exact mix of ingredients, Ben’s recipe was put to the test when the recipe gatekeeper gave him the thumbs up. From iconic Southern kitchens all throughout the Delta—such as Mat & Naddies and Carlos and Rocky’s in New Orleans; Our Way Café in Decatur, Georgia; McMel’s, City Café, Dipsy Doodle, and Wendell Smith’s Restaurant in Tennessee; and Martha’s Menu in Mississippi—experience the real recipes, real people, and real stories as Ben journeys through the South exploring Southern Routes.


One Pan Wonders

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ISBN: 9781940352848
Release Date: 2016-12-27
Number of pages: 336
Author: Cook's Country
Publisher: America's Test Kitchen

Download and read online One Pan Wonders in PDF and EPUB In One-Pan Wonders, you will discover over 130 meticulously tested recipes that deliver fresh, fuss-free meals from a single vessel. These recipes been tailored to highlight each vessel's strengths, from imparting a deep, flavorful sear on chicken breasts to roasting a turkey breast above bread stuffing to turning out supremely tender slow-cooked beef. And each recipe is engineered to ensure every component of the meals turns out perfectly cooked and ready to eat at the same time. The result? An authoritative resource for preparing simple yet satisfying meals seven days a week. When you think about cooking dinner, multiple pots and pans and a lot of multitasking (and cleanup) are probably quick to come to mind. Even a simple meal of chicken and a vegetable can require use of one pan for the chicken and another for the side dish. With this in mind, we set out to streamline dinner with a fresh, modern collection of recipes make the most of your Dutch oven, sheet pan, skillet, roasting pan, casserole dish, and slow cooker to deliver dinner using just one pot (no cheating!) and a minimum of hands-on time. These recipes simplify meal prep, but that doesn't mean we've sacrificed flavor. From Skillet Spanikopita to Sheet Pan Beef Fajitas to Indian-Style Vegetable Curry, we narrowed our ingredient lists to focus on delivering bold, fresh taste in every dish. Each recipe was tested (and re-tested) with the home cook in mind, and only the most flavorful meals made it onto these pages.


Mario Batali Big American Cookbook

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ISBN: 9781455584703
Release Date: 2016-10-04
Number of pages: 448
Author: Mario Batali
Publisher: Hachette UK

Download and read online Mario Batali Big American Cookbook in PDF and EPUB Mario Batali's delicious deep dive into American Regional cooking with 250 recipes--from San Diego Fish Tacos to Boston Cream Pie. Over two years in the making, with Batali searching for truly delicious dishes from all corners of the US, this definitive cookbook features the best America has to offer. With over 250 simple recipes celebrating the treasures of the state fairs and the dishes of the local rotary clubs and ethnic groups. Batali has interpreted these regional gems with the same excitement and passion that he has approached traditional Italian food. Covering the Northeast/New England, the Mid-Atlantic, the Gulf Coast, the Great Lakes, the Heartland, the Southwest, and the Pacific Coast, this book will share everything from the BBQ styles of Texas, the Smokeys and the Carolinas, to the seafood soups from yankee Boston to the spicy gumbos of the Gulf Coast and the berry pies of the Pacific Northwest. All the dishes are very simple and do-able--from Philly Cheesesteaks to Marionberry cobbler. And while Batali uses recipes passed down through the generations, he also shares hints on what he would add to the recipe to take the flavor up a notch.This is THE American cookbook you will want to own.


Into the Wild

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ISBN: 9780330469982
Release Date: 2011-07-06
Number of pages: 320
Author: Jon Krakauer
Publisher: Pan Macmillan

Download and read online Into the Wild in PDF and EPUB By examining the true story of Chris McCandless, a young man, who in 1992 walked deep into the Alaskan wilderness and whose SOS note and emaciated corpse were found four months later, internationally bestselling author Jon Krakauer explores the obsession which leads some people to explore the outer limits of self, leave civilization behind and seek enlightenment through solitude and contact with nature. 'an astonishingly gifted writer: his account of 'Alex Supertramp' is powerfully dramatic, eliciting sympathy for both the idealistic, anti-consumerist boy - and his parents' Guardian 'a compelling tale of tragic idealism' The Times


The Cook s Bible

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ISBN: 0316493716
Release Date: 1996-10-01
Number of pages: 464
Author: Christopher Kimball
Publisher: Little, Brown

Download and read online The Cook s Bible in PDF and EPUB The Cook's Bible takes the mystery out of preparing a great meal. What's the ideal ratio of oil to vinegar in a vinaigrette? Kimball gives you the answer: 4 1/2 to 1. What's the secret to perfect roast chicken? A 375(degree) oven and a 170(degree) internal temperature for the thigh. How about the toughest kitchen challenge of all, piecrust? Kimball makes it easy with the right ingredients (including Crisco and butter) and illustrated step-by-step instructions. For these and the rest of America's best-loved dishes - vegetable soup, poached salmon, roast beef, barbecued ribs, homemade pizza, waffles, chocolate chip cookies, and many others - Kimball has tested and retested to deliver the definitive recipes. In addition to these master recipes, Kimball also serves up a generous helping of appealing variations - nearly 450 recipes in all. Throughout, Kimball elucidates kitchen procedures - butterflying a chicken, for instance, or dicing an onion - with more than 250 beautifully rendered step-by-step illustrations. And he also provides lucid guidance on what kitchen equipment you need and what you can live without - a microwave oven is optional, but good knives are essential - including brand names, model numbers, and prices. From recipes to techniques to equipment, here is a one-volume master class in American home cookery, a cooking school in print for beginners and experienced cooks alike.


The Truck Food Cookbook

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ISBN: 9780761171188
Release Date: 2012-05-08
Number of pages: 304
Author: John T Edge
Publisher: Workman Publishing

Download and read online The Truck Food Cookbook in PDF and EPUB It’s the best of street food: bold, delicious, surprising, over-the-top goodness to eat on the run. And the best part is now you can make it at home. Obsessively researched by food authority John T. Edge, The Truck Food Cookbook delivers 150 recipes from America’s best restaurants on wheels, from L.A. and New York to the truck food scenes in Portland, Austin, Minneapolis, and more. John T. Edge shares the recipes, special tips, and techniques. And what a menu-board: Tamarind-Glazed Fried Chicken Drummettes. Kalbi Beef Sliders. Porchetta. The lily-gilding Grilled Cheese Cheeseburger. A whole chapter’s worth of tacos—Mexican, Korean, Chinese fusion. Plus sweets, from Sweet Potato Cupcakes to an easy-to-make Cheater Soft-Serve Ice Cream. Hundreds of full-color photographs capture the lively street food gestalt and its hip and funky aesthetic, making this both an insider’s cookbook and a document of the hottest trend in American food.


Back Home with the Neelys

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ISBN: 9780307961334
Release Date: 2014
Number of pages: 209
Author: Pat Neely
Publisher: Knopf

Download and read online Back Home with the Neelys in PDF and EPUB The hosts of the Food Network series "Down Home with the Neelys" offer traditional family-inspired Southern recipes, including such options as bourbon French toast, crunchy fried okra, and Mama Rena's Brunswick stew.


Junior s Home Cooking

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ISBN: 1600859038
Release Date: 2013
Number of pages: 268
Author: Alan Rosen
Publisher: Taunton Press

Download and read online Junior s Home Cooking in PDF and EPUB Collects recipes from the New York restaurant, including planked salmon caesar salad, New York cheese steak, oven-braised short ribs, chestnut stuffing, and the establishment's famous cheesecake.


The Old Farmhouse Kitchen

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ISBN: 0963606646
Release Date: 2007
Number of pages: 198
Author: Frances A. Gillette
Publisher: Frances a Gillette

Download and read online The Old Farmhouse Kitchen in PDF and EPUB Tried and true recipes from the farmhouse kitchen, this cookbook will produce irresistible creations. Hundreds of easy-to-follow recipes provide refreshing success. Peppered with photographs and anecdotes, the book is as collectible as it is useful.


The Cook s Illustrated Meat Book

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ISBN: 1936493861
Release Date: 2014-10-01
Number of pages: 492
Author: Cook's Illustrated Magazine
Publisher: Americas Test Kitchen

Download and read online The Cook s Illustrated Meat Book in PDF and EPUB An information-packed one-stop resource for everything you need to know about meat and poultry with 450 foolproof recipes from America's most-trusted food magazine.


Lodge Cast Iron Nation

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ISBN: 0848742265
Release Date: 2014-03-18
Number of pages: 288
Author: The Lodge Company
Publisher: Oxmoor House

Download and read online Lodge Cast Iron Nation in PDF and EPUB Cast-iron skillets, pots, and Dutch ovens are enjoying a surge in popularity among cookware users all across America, and no wonder: it's inexpensive, long lasting, eco-friendly, sustainable, versatile, and healthy! It's no longer just for the camper or cowboy-today, it's a staple piece of cookware in any kitchen helmed by a cook who loves good food. Lodge Cast Iron Nation provides 200 recipes curated from Lodge's very own network of high-profile chefs and cast-iron cookware fans from around the country. Focused on American regional cuisine, it's packed with a diverse array of recipes-everything from appetizers to desserts and everything in-between. The book reveals the movement behind the resurgence in cast iron's popularity, showcasing exciting new flavor combinations from popular chefs (like John Currence, Lidia Bastianich, Mark Bittman and Peter Kaminsky) and highlighting the cookware's relevance for today's cooks, who are increasingly concerned with issues of sustainability, health, and expense when it comes to their food choices. Packed with classic regional casseroles, soups and stews, new twists on old favorites, plus desserts from the icebox and the oven-this cookbook proves that cast iron isn't just for cornbread. And with in-depth information on how to use and care for cast iron plus surprising tricks and tips-direct from Lodge fans-this cookbook is a comprehensive guide to getting the most out of cast-iron cookware. Finally, Lodge Cast Iron Nation gives back to the country it celebrates; a portion of the proceeds from the sale of every book will go to The Tennessee Aquarium's Serve & Protect sustainable seafood program which is helping inland residents reduce their impact on the world ocean.