American Cooking

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Alpha Books, Oct 1, 2002 - Cooking - 316 pages
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-- Great content for today's cook - traditional, American dishes including regional favorites!

-- No direct branded competition.

The Complete Idiot's Guide "RM" to American Cooking is a cookbook for today. People are cooking at home more than ever and looking for comfort food - recipes, often regional, they remember from childhood. As a traditional American cookbook, this Complete Idiot's Guide offers more than 150 of the most popular traditional American recipes. From holiday favorites like Waldorf salad and green bean casserole to ethnic dishes like veal (or chicken) parmagiana or corned beef and cabbage, these are the dishes grandmother used to make and the history behind them. This CIG features recipes from New England, the Mid-Atlantic Area (NY, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Maryland) the Deep South, Gulf Coast (including Cajun/Creole), southwest, Midwest, Pacific Rim and California, and Northwest.

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About the author (2002)

Fein, a former Wall Street lawyer, writes food columns for several newspapers and magazines and directs her own Connecticut-based cooking school.

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