Synopses & Reviews
Nothing cooks better than cast iron. Here at last is a cookbook for this most simple and versatile cookware, the favorite of campfires and country kitchens for generations. With complete directions for seasoning and care, Cast-Iron Cooking features more than sixty recipes, all ladled out with A. D. Livingstons unique blend of good humor, savvy cooking sense, and plain talk.
Nothing cooks like cast iron, and Livingston tells you why, with seventy-five delicious recipes
About the Author
"Cast-iron cooking may be the wave of the past, but A.D. Livingtson has brought it back to the future. This book's a dandy, packed with great information and criminally delicious recipes, all well sprinkled with Livingston's peppery wit. So long, wimpy pots and Teflon skillets! Cast iron is back!"-- Patrick McManus, author of "The Night the Bear Ate Goombaw" "A kitchen without cast iron is like a schooner without sails. A.D. Livingston has got his 'old black magic' down to an art--a simmering, aromatic art." --John Egerton, author of "Southern Food"