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I am not an experienced cook and I spent my 20s and 30s being a vegetarian, so this book is my absolute go-to book for basics and for cooking meat. I have owned my copy for 35 years. I rolled my eyes when my mother gave it to me and I cherish it now.
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With 1,000 recipes and photos, this is the ultimate all-purpose cookbook. The newest edition is completely revised and redesigned, with new chapters, recipes, icons and useful information, to be more beautiful and useful than ever before. A Cooking Basics chapter in the intro section is the ultimate resource for beginners: it includes a glossary of cooking ingredients, terms and techniques; advice on stocking a pantry; and visual guides on identifying tricky foods like hot peppers. Recipe chapters are organized alphabetically and cover everything from Appetizers and Snacks to Vegetables and Fruits. Three new chapters on Breakfast and Brunch, Casseroles, and Convenience Cooking reflect today's cooking trends, and make these favorite dishes easier to find. 1,000 recipes for every meal and every occasion, from a fancy sit-down dinner to speedy lunches on the go. Include all of the classic, best-loved recipes, along with modern flavors. Special features throughout include Make it Mine, providing mix-and-match options to tailor recipes; Cook Once, Eat Twice, giving people two delicious, varied meals--with only one set of dishes; and Ten to Try, collections of ten no-recipe recipes with easy ideas for simple cheesecake drizzles, flavored butters, baked fish toppings and more. Icons highlight classic, fast, whole grain, low-fat, and healthy recipes for easy reference. 1,000 photos include both step-by-step process shots offering guidance on the most critical steps, as well as inspirational finished recipe photos. A heavy-duty binder format makes this book a keepsake that will last for years to come.
Now updated and revised with hundreds of all-new recipes and a fresh, contemporary style, this classic cookbook features plenty of new chapters to meet the needs of today's everyday cooks, more than 750 recipes new to this edition, and much more.
This comprehensive guide to all aspects of canning and preserving covers both water bath and pressure canning, drying, freezing, pickling, and fermenting; itand#160;includes 300 recipes.
This is the handy comb-bound edition of Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book, 16th Edition, the tried-and-true kitchen resource for generations of cooks. Since its first publication in 1930, it has been the go-to cookbook in millions of homes across America; from scrambling eggs to baking the perfect pie to making Herb-Roasted Chicken for a family dinner, this is the book people turn to.
The handy comb-bound edition ofand#160;Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book,and#160;16th Edition, the tried-and-true kitchen resource for generations of cooks.and#160;
The Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book remains the go-to resource for home cooks. In this handy comb-bound format of the completely updated 16th edition, every recipe, ranging from all-time favorites to modern classics, has been reviewed, revised, and revamped for todayandrsquo;s kitchen. Included is a new Holiday chapter, increased coverage of canning and grilling, and expanded information on fruits and vegetables. The andldquo;Secrets to Successandrdquo; feature focuses on teaching techniques, such as making artisanal bread, while the andldquo;8 Ways Withandhellip;andrdquo; feature shows how to add flavor to basic items like boneless chicken breasts. With a redesigned cover to give the book a fresh, new look, over 1,200 recipes and more than 1,000 photographs, this comprehensive title is the one reference every home cook needs.
The must-have guide to the best of preserving, from canning and pickling, to fermenting, freezing, and drying; complete with hundreds of farm-fresh recipes
This is the book for everyone who wants to preserve foodandmdash;from novice to proandmdash;with step-by-step explanations of techniques, ranging from the basics of canning to freezing, drying, fermenting, and pickling. Readers can preserve a range of produce including fruits, vegetables, herbsandmdash;anything in season can be andldquo;put byandrdquo; to enjoy later. Included are techniques and recipes for jams and jellies, conserves and fruit butters, condiments, dried treats like fruit leathers and veggie chips, and freezer recipes. Also find recipes for pickles, sauerkraut, relishes, soupsandmdash;even syrups. And when the tomatoes ripen all at once,and#160;check outand#160;a chapter on smart ways to preserve them.
With the basics covered, the book then moves to inventive recipes such as Honey-Lavender Peachesand#160;and Caramel Apple Jam.and#160;The experts at Better Homes and Gardens even cover lower-sugar jelly and jam options as well as no-pectin jams. Complete with printed labels to personalize jars, this book takes readers easily from produce to preserved food.
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Table of Contents
APPETIZERS & SNACKS.
BEANS, RICE & GRAINS.
BREAKFASTS & BRUNCHES.
CAKES & FROSTINGS.
CANNING & FREEZING.
COOKIES & BARS.
FISH & SHELLFISH.
PIES & TARTS.
SALADS & DRESSINGS.
SANDWICHES & PIZZAS.
SAUCES & RELISHES.
SLOW COOKER RECIPES.
SOUPS & STEWS.
VEGETABLES & FRUITS.
COOKING AT HIGH ALTITUDES.
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