Cooking for the Seasons
Spring, summer, fall, and winter...each dynamic season boasts spectacular changes in scenery, character, and style. Availability of local produce, holiday events, and even the weather, influence the way we cook. This was the inspiration that led to Cooking for the Seasons! Inside you will find more than 240 all-new recipes, carefully selected and beautifully photographed to highlight the best of what each season has to offer for your table. Spring is a time of promise. The snow begins to melt and an abundance of vegetables and fruits inspire us to try something new in the kitchen, like Asparagus Quiche or Strawberry Heaven. Summer beckons us outside to enjoy the lazy heat. Invite friends over to share refreshing Apricot Slush, Summer Fruit Salad and grilled Salmon On Cedar. Fall foliage and steady winds are crisp and fresh, like the produce finally ready for harvest. End a busy day of raking leaves with warm Acorn Squash Soup and Parmesan Herb Bread. Winter nights are warmed by a soft blanket of snow -- it's a time to snuggle in with Apple Spiced Tea and warm Gingerbread Cookie Cutouts. A special section on Holiday Baking will help you prepare for the scramble of this festive season. Book jacket.
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Want to put energy into entertaining. I have always dreamed about have the perfect group over and entertaining my guest with fancy foods and creating a real party scene. The real truth is I was very shy and reluctant about entertaining with food.
So just how do you end put an end to "I want to entertain, serve my refreshing wine and cheese but I don't want to serve the same old flavor."
Well, its simple. "Cooking for the Seasons," puts the fun into entertaining.
Jean Pare' shows you how plan your event with a seasonal flare. Its a must have book for entertaining. Be fearless. Plan your next event with season.
Mary Saxon Hobbs
Coldwell Banker First Premier Realty
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