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Chicken (original 1993; edition 1993)

by Emalee Chapman (Editor), Chuck Williams (Editor)

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Title:Chicken
Authors:Emalee Chapman (Editor)
Other authors:Chuck Williams (Editor)
Info:Time Life Education (1993),
Collections:Your library, Recipes/Culinary/Food Related
Rating:*****
Tags:Recipe, Cooking, Culinary, Chicken, Fowl, White Meat, Food

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Chicken by Emalee Chapman (1993)

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"A chicken in every pot" has symbolized widespread prosperity ever since King Henry IV first made such a promise to the citizens of France some four centuries ago.
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Serve up new recipes and time-honored classics featuring everybody's favorite main course; chicken. Try Chicken breasts Italian Style or Fried Chicken with Herbs.
How about Chicken Curry or Stir-Fry Chicken with Ginger? Chicken Stew with Parsley Dumplings. Mexican Chicken with Salsa. Lemon Chicken. The possibilities are almost endless.

With an outstanding selection of kitchen-tested recipes from noted food authority Emalee Chapman - each one shown in a glorious full-color photograph - this beautiful, practical book offers a wealth of advice and inspiration to help you cook hte most delicious chicken dishes ever. All the basics are covered - from choosing a fresh chicken to different techniques for cooking it. And an illustrated glossary provides a quick, convenient reference to essential terms.

Chicken is part of the Willilams-Sonoma Kitchen Library, an all-new series of books written by outstanding international food authorities and created under the general editorship of Chuck Williams, founder of Williams-Sonoma, America's leading cookware stores and catalog. Each volume of the series concentrates on a single main ingredient or kind of food, and is expressly designed for practical, everyday use in the home kitchen.
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Williams-Sonoma, purveyor of choice gourmet products and kitchenware, has also created a collection of succinct yet comprehensive cookbooks. Part of the series, Chicken offers 40 recipes that reflect the company's signature good taste. The book presents a wide range of delicious chicken dishes, from classics like Fried Chicken with Herbed Buttermilk Crust and Chicken Cacciatore, to quick supper delights including Spicy Chicken and Basil Stir-Fry, to company dishes such as Chicken with Shrimp Paella and grilled specialties like Thai Chicken with Lemongrass, Garlic and Chiles. Also included are one-pot specialties such as Chicken with Andouille Gumbo and a chapter that puts basic roasted chicken to great second-day use in dishes like Warm Chicken and Couscous Salad. Readers will also find a "beyond chicken" chapter that offers treats like Turkey Meatloaf with Sage Gravy and Coriander-Rubbed Duck Breasts with Grilled Oranges.

Accompanied by color photos that show the dishes in all their glory, the recipes are completely doable, and should appeal to a wide range of cooks. Throughout, sidebars (like "How to Flambé") offer useful information on techniques and ingredients; a glossary and basics section are also helpful. Though small in size, the book provides an inclusive store of superior recipes and instruction. --Arthur Boehm

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