The Classic Zucchini Cookbook: 225 Recipes for All Kinds of Squash

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Storey Publishing, Aug 21, 2012 - Cooking - 320 pages
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From standards like zucchini and pumpkins to more exotic chayotes, hubbards, and turbans, The Classic Zucchini Cookbook showcases the range of flavors and versatile uses of the squash family. With 225 recipes that include Zucchini Cheddar Biscuits, Spaghetti Squash with Chicken, Caramelized Pumpkin Custard, and more, you’ll be inspired to add squash to your breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and desserts. Seasonal suggestions, charming anecdotes, and tasty tips enliven this fun guide to squash-based cooking that is sure to have the whole family asking for more. 
 

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The Classic Zucchini Cookbook

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I received this book as a gift several years ago and it has become one of my favorite cookbooks. There are recipes for all kinds of squash including winter squash not just zucchini. I have many ... Read full review

The Classic Zucchini Cookbook: 225 Recipes for All Kinds of Squash

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Garden Way's Zucchini Cookbook was first published in 1990 and revised in 1997. This latest edition, retitled and revised by prolific cookbook author Andrea Chesman (The Vegetarian Grill, etc ... Read full review

Contents

1 Becoming Acquainted with Squash
1
2 Starters Salads Soups
11
3 Vegetarian Main Dishes
63
4 Seafood Chicken Meat Main Dishes
109
5 Summer Squash Side Dishes
143
6 Winter Squash Side Dishes
193
7 Breads and
213
8 Desserts
233
9 Pickling Preserving Freezing
273
Play Zucchini Bingo
297
Metric Conversion and US Equivalents
300
Sources
301
Index
302
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About the author (2012)

Nancy C. Ralston is an author of the Country Sampler column in the Bloomington Herald Times. She lives on a 104-acre farm in southern Indiana, where she grows her own food, including lots of zucchini, of course.

Marynor Jordan is an author of the Country Sampler column in the Bloomington Herald Times. She lives on a 104-acre farm in southern Indiana, where she grows her own food, including lots of zucchini, of course.

Andrea Chesman is the author of The Fat Kitchen as well as many other cookbooks that focus on traditional techniques and fresh-from-the-garden cooking. Her previous books include The Pickled PantryServing Up the Harvest101 One-Dish Dinners, and The Backyard Homestead Book of Kitchen Know-How. She teaches and gives cooking demonstrations and classes across the United States. She lives in Ripton, Vermont.
 

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