Best Reasons to Own Cooking Books
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I ended up using this one for the basics, cooking timing and ideas and variations. Not big on pictures, but good guide book for Thanksgiving....
Every fourth Thursday of November, Americans open their homes to friends and families. But when was the last time most of us made dinner for such a big crowd? WithThanksgiving 101 by your side, preparing for the holiday will be a pleasure. With step-by-step instructions for classic Thanksgiving dishes, as well as new twists on old favorites, this book will become gravy-stained in its first outing. Whether you're looking for new ways to cook turkey; traditional trimmings, chutneys, or chowders; a vegetarian entree; or fresh ideas for regional classics, including Cajun-or Italian-inspired tastes,Thanksgiving 101 serves up a delicious education for novice and experienced cooks alike. And cooks will turn to these dishes all year long whenever they are throwing a big party.
With foolproof recipes, detailed menu timetables, and down-to-earth advice, Thanksgiving 101 is the holiday cook's best friend.
|Genre||COOKING / Holiday|
|Publisher Date||2007-10-01 00:00:00.0|
|Publisher||William Morrow Cookbooks|
|Unit weight||0.7 lb|
|Subtitle||Celebrate America's Favorite Holiday With America's Thanksgiving Expert|
|Edition Detail||Revised, Updated|
I ended up using this one for the basics, cooking timing and ideas and variations. Not big on pictures, but good guide book for Thanksgiving.Read More
This year will be my first time preparing an entire Thanksgiving meal. Thanksgiving 101 came to the rescue with practical advice on how to go about it.Read More