In search of cookbooks crammed with ideas to ensure your July 4th celebrations go down with a bang? From hush puppies, to an authentic New Orleans gumbo or chili cheese dogs and classic potato salad to cherry pie, you'll find in the titles below just the right recipes to please your crowd of two, four or more...
Steven Raichlen set out to create a comprehensive collection of barbecue recipes, and he succeeded, compiling over 300 recipes that originate from sixty countries. From Argentina to Vietnam, Planet Barbecue gives a detailed look into international methods of grilling breads, beef, veal, pork, lamb, fish, vegetables, and more. Including vivid context for each dish and easy instruction for recreation, this cookbook the definitive barbecue resource.
Sheila Lukins and Julee Rosso’s tasty 1982 treatise showed that complex, cosmopolitan flavors—Chicken Marbella, Salmon Mousse, Pasta Puttanesca—could emerge from modest cooking chops. Often credited with charting the course for New American cuisine, the New York City-based catering duo introduced readers to now-ubiquitous ingredients like pancetta and pesto.
In I Hear America Cooking, Betty Fussell takes readers on a journey through distinct regions of the United States, from Florida to Alaska, each with its own culinary flair. Along with recipes for Indian corn, potboilers, stir-fry, and much more, Fussell provides a cultural background for each dish that is definitively American in its marriage of cultures.
Satisfy your sweet tooth craving with Back In the Day Bakery Made With Love. Cheryl and Griffith Day share the secrets to their most popular treats like sweet potato and lemon bread or banana chiffon cake, along with decorating techniques and helpful tips for even a novice baker.
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