Creative casseroles

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Dorling Kindersley, 1993 - Cooking - 127 pages
Presents a selection of step-by-step international recipes for meat, seafood, and poultry casseroles

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Contents

introduction Why Casseroles?
7
monkfish and white wine stew 10 Chilean pork and beans 91
13
Shrimp and Okra Gumbo 18 italian beef and rosemary stew 101
21
fpespice fillet of salmon 26 venison stew with pears 111
29
Chicken paprika wih Caraway dumplings
36
Chicken in a pot 44 Index 126
49
Baby Chickens with Carrots and Cabbage
59
thai Chicken and shrimp stew
65
indian Chicken stew
75
ham with white wine and apples
83
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About the author (1993)

James Beard award-winning author Anne Willan is one of the world's leading authorities on cooking and one of only a handful of people to have won the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award from the IACP (1999). She is the founder of the French cooking school La Varenne and is the director of the branches in Burgundy, France and at the Greenbrier Resort in West Virginia, and in 2000 she was named Cooking Teacher of the Year by "Bon Appetit" magazine. Willan's food writing has appeared in countless publications such as the "Washington Post," and she is the author of cookbooks including "French Regional Cooking," "Chateau Cuisine," the classic "La Varenne Pratique," the 17-volume "Look and Cook" series, and most recently, "The Good Cook,

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