The Dutch Oven Cookbook: Recipes for the Best Pot in Your Kitchen

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Sasquatch Books, Dec 2, 2014 - Cooking - 176 pages
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In this follow-up to their successful Cast Iron Skillet Cookbook, Sharon Kramis and Julie Kramis Hearne show off the many virtues of that kitchen standby, the Dutch oven. Whether the model in hand is a well-used and blackened garage-sale find, or the latest celery-green item from La Creuset, this thing really cooks. This is the pot for slow cooking, simmering pot roats and chicken stews. It works on the stovetop and in the oven.


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User Review  - john L. - Overstock.com

This book was more for gourmet cooking than everyday down home cooking. I found the recipes to extreme. One recipe called for figs really how many people have a fig tree and most stores do not sell figs as they ripen very quickly... So save your money and Dont buy this. Read full review

Nice book!..

User Review  - Tatiana N. - Overstock.com

Great size. Came in great condition! Love that its a hard cover. Love it that I can use my lodge pot in so many ways! Wonderful purchase. Recommend this to my sister! Read full review

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About the author (2014)

Sharon Kramis was a student and protégé of James Beard and coauthor of Northwest Bounty. Her daughter Julie Kramis Hearne was a chef at the Herbfarm for many years and has owned a chain of panini shops. Both live in Seattle.

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