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The Good Housekeeping Step-by-Step Great Main Dishes (original 1980; edition 1899)

by Susan Westmoreland (Editor)

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"[A] well-photographed, tremendously useful book... includes information on just about everything a home cook needs."--Washington Post "With more than 1,000 recipes and 1,800 color photographs [this book] is not be missed....fabulous."--Detroit Free Press "Once you start cooking with this book, you'll wonder how you managed without it."--Adventures in Dining It's all here: More than 1,000 time-tested recipes, 1,800 photos and the backing of America's most trusted authority on food: Good Housekeeping. The Good Housekeeping Step-by-Step Cookbook features hundreds of techniques, all invitingly illustrated. From stuffing a beef tenderloin to fluting a pie crust, this kitchen essential shows you precisely how to make flawless meals. Charts display the proper temperatures for cooking each type of meat to perfection. Individual sections discuss nutritional guidelines, foods for different types of diets, entertaining, and choosing the right wine. But it's the dishes that will truly entice, and virtually every food you'd want to eat is in here, from appetizers to desserts, from salads to fish. Try American favorites like chili meat loaf; Mediterranean dishes like couscous stuffed artichokes; Asian gourmet like Salmon Teriyaki; holiday feasts and delicious sweets-including baklava, biscotti, and brownies.… (more)
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Title:The Good Housekeeping Step-by-Step Great Main Dishes
Authors:Susan Westmoreland (Editor)
Info:Hearst Books (1899), 160 pages
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Great recipe book for ideas. Front section consists of photos, recipes groups by food group ( )
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"[A] well-photographed, tremendously useful book... includes information on just about everything a home cook needs."--Washington Post "With more than 1,000 recipes and 1,800 color photographs [this book] is not be missed....fabulous."--Detroit Free Press "Once you start cooking with this book, you'll wonder how you managed without it."--Adventures in Dining It's all here: More than 1,000 time-tested recipes, 1,800 photos and the backing of America's most trusted authority on food: Good Housekeeping. The Good Housekeeping Step-by-Step Cookbook features hundreds of techniques, all invitingly illustrated. From stuffing a beef tenderloin to fluting a pie crust, this kitchen essential shows you precisely how to make flawless meals. Charts display the proper temperatures for cooking each type of meat to perfection. Individual sections discuss nutritional guidelines, foods for different types of diets, entertaining, and choosing the right wine. But it's the dishes that will truly entice, and virtually every food you'd want to eat is in here, from appetizers to desserts, from salads to fish. Try American favorites like chili meat loaf; Mediterranean dishes like couscous stuffed artichokes; Asian gourmet like Salmon Teriyaki; holiday feasts and delicious sweets-including baklava, biscotti, and brownies.

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