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Cast Iron Cookbookby Joanna Pruess
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Cast iron is a unique material that heats evenly and lasts practically forever. Finally, here is a cast iron cookbook as timeless and varied as the material itself. Cast iron revolutionized American cooking upon its introduction, and soon no kitchen was complete without long-lasting, heat-retaining cast iron cookware. Today, cast iron is a fixture still, even the most cutting-edge, high-tech kitchens. Top chefs know: there is simply no other material quite like it. Classic illustrations of collectible pans and recipes for these or any cast iron products, combined with fresh takes on the best of American cooking, make the one-of-a-kind Cast Iron Cookbook an instant classic.
The recipes featured in Cast Iron Cookbook are tailored to the material's singular strengths, blending classic dishes like peach cobbler and fried chicken with modern fare like Duck with Apples, Moroccan Lamb-Stuffed Peppers, and Panko-Macadamia-Crusted Salmon.
The definitive guide to classic cooking with durable, versatile cast iron
About the Author
Joanna Pruess is an award-winning author, whose cooking articles and recipes have appeared in the New York Times Sunday Magazine, the Washington Post, Food Arts, Saveur, Food & Wine, and the Associated Press syndicate. Her cookbooks include Mod Mex and Seduced by Bacon. She and her husband, restaurant critic Bob Lape, live in the Bronx, New York.Battman is a celebrated food photographer. His credits include being lead photographer of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade for ten years, his photos displayed in permanent exhibition at the Empire State Building, and being featured in the New York Times. He lives in New York City.
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