A Cookbook: Helpful Cooking Hints for Househusbands of Uppity Women

Front Cover
E-Heart Press, 1988 - Cooking - 252 pages
0 Reviews
This is a cookbook for all husbands enlisted to cooking duty, and it assumes no prior cooking knowledge beyond knowing how to measure and how to turn on the stove. As Archie P. McDonald irreverently observes, "Uppity Women" are entering the workforce and not necessarily cooking all the meals anymore, so his aim is to "help you learn to feed your kids, yourself, and even your Uppity Woman if you feel charitable". McDonald first provides a glossary of cooking terms for the neophyte kitchen inductee (chopping, for example, is "rendering a defenseless pepper or not-so-defenseless onion into a lot of little slivers or chunks"). He then discusses how to equip the kitchen with proper cooking implements and ingredients (a meat mallet is used to "beat the tar out of round steak"). This is followed by more than one hundred easy-to-follow recipes for beef, chicken, pork, and seafood main courses; vegetables; salads; breads; and desserts.

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

Glossary
20
Shopping
32
Freidas Pepper Beef
56
Mexican Corn Bread Casserole
70
Chicken
83
Hot Chicken Salad
96
Vegetables
109
Salads
151
Breads
167
Desserts
175
Breakfast Foods
185
Serving Breakfast
206
Dinner
227
Sample Menus Monday Through
233
Write Your Own Cookbook
241
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Bibliographic information