500 Treasured Country Recipes

500 Treasured Country Recipes

Mouthwatering, Time-honored, Tried & True, Handed-down, Soul-satisfying Dishes

Book - 2000
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The country kitchen is an American icon. Everyone, whether they live in a log cabin or a luxury high-rise, strives to capture some of that warmth, flavor, fragrance, and feeling in their own kitchens. Martha Storey, country-living publisher for more than 17 years, draws on her own country roots and on the experience of Storey's many expert authors to help readers learn or relearn the time-honored skills of the American country kitchen and revisit the classics of down-home cooking. In this chock-full-of-recipes cookbook, Martha shares her family's and friends' favorite tried-and-true country-cooking recipes. These are the simple dishes with country soul that make your mouth water. They are the church supper recipes that are never out of style and that will become the hand-me-down recipes you pass on to your children and grandchildren. In addition to providing these classic recipes, Martha covers the skills of the country kitchen. From woodstove to microwave, Martha shares tips and techniques for making cheese, preserving food, making sausage, pulling taffy, baking bread, and making pies and ice cream. This heirloom cookbook, with old-fashioned and updated country techniques and know-how, is as complete as your great-grandmother's pantry
Publisher: Pownal, Vt. : Storey Books, c2000
ISBN: 9781580173520
1580173527
Branch Call Number: 641.5
Characteristics: xi, 532 pages :,illustrations ;,25 cm
Additional Contributors: Storey, Martha 1944-

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