The Meatless Menu Book

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Narahari Press, 2010 - Cooking - 256 pages
The Meatless Menu Book is offered as a guide to the cooking of complete dinners without meat or fish. Whilst the aim was to present balanced and delicious meals easy of preparation by the average cook, the recipes are so written that the novice may follow them easily and grasp, at the same time, the underlying principles of cookery in general. Thoroughly recommended reading for the modern vegetarian. Contents Include: Hits on Sauce Making; Egg Cookery Hints and Methods; Hints on Salad Making; Salads at a Glance; Salad Garnish Reminders; Salad Dressings; Spring Menus; Sandwich Fillings; Beverages; Vegetable Cookery Hints; Summer Menus; List of Flavourings; Cakes Pies Jams; Autumn Menus; Soup Making Hints; Hints on Pastry Making; Winter Menus; Specimen Children 's Party Menu; A Christmas Menu; Economy Menus. This book contains classic material dating back to the 1900s and before. The content has been carefully selected for its interest and relevance to a modern audience.

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