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From A Southern Oven

Author : Jean Anderson
ISBN : 9780544186484
Genre : Cooking
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A collection of oven dishes both sweet and savory from a Southerner whose passion for them shows no sign of cooling No one knows Southern cooking quite like Jean Anderson. A long-time food editor and the author of such books as A Love Affair with Southern Cooking and Falling Off the Bone, her encyclopedic knowledge of Southern food makes her the perfect author for this delicious down-home collection. If it's baked and it's from the South, you'll find it here.From a Southern Oven includes more than 150 recipes, both savory and sweet, classic and contemporary. You'll find appetizers and snacks, main dishes, sides, breads, and desserts that showcase such beloved Southern staples as pork and rice, sweet potatoes and Vidalia onions, butter beans, and blackberries and peaches. From Oven-Barbecued Chicken to Shrimp and Artichoke Hearts au Gratin to Blueberry Pecan Crisp, this book has it all. Throughout, Anderson dishes up juicy bits of history and lore about the recipes, while luscious full-color photographs offer mouthwatering inspiration. Southern cuisine is more popular than ever and who better than award-winning Southern cookbook author Jean Anderson to introduce you to the real thing? More than 150 reach-across-the-menu recipes from every corner of the American South that cover the homespun and the haute, among them dozens of easy casseroles, crisps, and cobblers Jean Anderson, who's won six best cookbook awards, is also the author of Falling Off the Bone, A Love Affair with Southern Cooking, and The New Doubleday Cookbook ` If you love Southern food in all its honest, soulful glory, this delectable collection of oven-baked goodness is an absolute must.

Mad For Muffins

Author : Jean Anderson
ISBN : 9780544225688
Genre : Cooking
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Shares homemade muffin recipes, including basic, corn, fruit, nut, and sweet options, as well as ideas for unique spreads and toppings.

Tart Love

Author : Holly Herrick
ISBN : 9781423618959
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 28. 27 MB
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Filled with sweet and savory recipes for marvelous little pies, Tart Love is a course in pastry making as well as a guide to using seasonal fruits produce to create scrumptious, palate-pleasing desserts and main-dish tarts.

Experiment Station Work Xxxiv

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105119569999
Genre : Agriculture
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Biscuits

Author : Jackie Garvin
ISBN : 9781634500081
Genre : Cooking
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From the kitchens of our grandmothers to present-day biscuit-only shops, this sweet and savory food has come a long way in American culture. More than four hundred years ago, explorers of the New World carried a biscuit known as hardtack on their voyages. Hardtack was made from flour, water, and sometimes salt and was sturdy and long lasting, making it suitable for hard, treacherous journeys. The composition and texture of the hardtack biscuit changed at the hands of the Jamestown settlers, who had access to three necessary ingredients that would transform the difficult-to-bite and bland tasting hardtack into a soft, delicious biscuit: soft winter wheat, fat in the form of lard from pigs, and milk or buttermilk from cows. Today’s version of biscuits barely resembles its predecessor. Our preference is for soft, billowy, flaky, and delicious biscuits that can be eaten alone, used as a vehicle for fillings and toppings, or incorporated as an ingredient in a recipe. While biscuits are wildly popular in our culture, they are known to intimidate home cooks. Jackie Garvin overcame her decades long biscuit-making failures by research and trial and error and has emerged to write a cookbook that simplifies and demystifies biscuit baking and highlights the prevalence of biscuits throughout the United States. Rich in Southern history, as well as touching family memories, Biscuits presents a collection of more than seventy recipes including raspberry biscuit pudding with vanilla ice cream sauce, ham biscuits with honey mustard butter, loaded baked potato biscuits, and spicy pimento cheese bites. Also included are recipes for multiple gravies, toppings, and biscuit “neighbors” such as peach raspberry scones, chocolate toffee monkey bread, hush puppies, and chicken ’n’ dumplings.

The Southern Tailgating Cookbook

Author : Taylor Mathis
ISBN : 9781469610634
Genre : Cooking
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According to tailgating enthusiast Taylor Mathis, "You'll understand why a game day in the South is unlike any other" when you read this cookbook. Mathis traveled across twelve states to document the favorite foods and game-day traditions embraced by thousands of fans at colleges and universities throughout the football-crazy South. Featuring 110 vibrant recipes inspired by Mathis's tailgating tours, The Southern Tailgating Cookbook is chock-full of southern football culture, colorful photographs of irresistible dishes from simple to extravagant, and essential preparation instructions. Recipes cover a full day of dishes, with meals for every taste. From Chicken-Sweet Potato Kabobs to Zesty Arugula and Kale Salad to Deep-Fried Cookie Dough, there is something for every fan. Mathis also serves up day-before checklists, advice on packing for a tailgate, food safety information, and much more. His entertaining rundowns on unique southern football traditions--from fans' game-day attire and hand signals to the music of the marching bands--are sure to lift both seasoned and novice tailgaters to greater heights of tailgate pleasure.

The Dutch Oven Cookbook

Author : Sharon Kramis
ISBN : 9781570619410
Genre : Cooking
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In this follow-up to their successful Cast Iron Skillet Cookbook, Sharon Kramis and Julie Kramis Hearne show off the many virtues of that kitchen standby, the Dutch oven. Whether the model in hand is a well-used and blackened garage-sale find, or the latest celery-green item from La Creuset, this thing really cooks. This is the pot for slow cooking, simmering pot roats and chicken stews. It works on the stovetop and in the oven. From the Trade Paperback edition.

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