Synopses & Reviews
Great recipes are family treasures and Americas culinary legacy. But what should be enduring heirlooms are easily lostgone out of fashion, or locked up in one cooks recipe box. Endangered Recipes showcases dishes in danger of extinctionhomey favorites, the kind of food eaten on the summer porch, at the neighbor's house, or with your grandparents. Lari Robling unearths almost-forgotten classics such as Welsh Rarebit, Green Goddess Dressing, and French Onion Dip. The recipes shes collected reflect the extraordinary range of American cooking, from Parker House Rolls to Crispy Fried Chicken to Rice Pudding. This new paperback edition includes 80 recipes, along with Roblings cooking memories and great food stories, sidebars that spotlight people who are "recipe rescuers," and a guide to preserving your familys food legacy. Now is the perfect time to begin savingand savoringthese beloved dishes.
Endangered Recipes showcases dishes in danger of extinction - homey favorites, the kind of food eaten on the summer porch, at the neighbor's house, or with your grandparents.
Treasured American recipes too good to be forgotten. "Endangered Recipes" showcases dishes in danger of extinction--homey favorites, the kind of food eaten on the summer porch, at the neighbors' house, or with grandparents.
About the Author
Lari Robling is a food writer and a regular contributor to the nationally syndicated public radio show A Chefs Table. She has developed recipes for the test kitchens of magazines and food companies. Robling lives in Philadelphia.