The Garden Entertaining Cookbook: Recipes and Menus for Casual Dining Outdoors

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Chronicle Books, 2001 - Cooking - 144 pages
The Garden Entertaining Cookbook will inspire anyone with a little outdoor space to hold sumptuous dinners and picnics al fresco. Authors Barbara Scott-Goodman and Mary Goodbody provide dazzling recipes and time-saving tips to help transform the smallest patio or the most expansive garden into the perfect setting. Forty color photographs and a host of creative menus make it easy to plan the perfect party from start to finish. Whether it's an intimate, romantic dinner for two or an elaborate Fourth of July bash, with The Garden Entertaining Cookbook it's a breeze to entertain surrounded by the beauty of nature.
 

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Contents

appetizers cocktails
13
CHAMPAGNERASPBERRY COCKTAILS
28
OYSTER LEEK AND SCALLION SOUP
46
main courses
69
HERBED POTATO SALAD
99
SNOW PEAORANGE SALAD
105
HARICOTS VERTS WITH
111
desserts drinks
119
INDEX
137
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About the author (2001)

Mary Goodbody is the original editor-in-chief of Cooks magazine, She is a Connecticut-based food writer and a contributing editor to Chocolatier and has collaborated on and co-written a number of cookbooks.

Barbara Scott-Goodman is a designer and art director specializing in cookbooks. Her previous book designs include The Food-Lovers Guide to France and The Heritage of Southern Cooking. She lives in New York City and Montauk, Long Island.

Michael Grimm is a photographer whose work has appeared in numerous publications, including Saveur, House & Garden, and New York Magazine. He lives in New York and Shelter Island.

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