The Complete Idiot's Guide to Cover and Bake Meals

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Alpha Books, 2005 - Cooking - 332 pages
"More than 220 casserole recipes."

Casseroles are back?and not in the form of your mom's tuna casserole! Today's cooks are excited about fresh herbs, terrific pastas, lighter ingredients, and quick twists on yesterday's time- consuming classics. Here chef Ellen Brown dishes up delicious new casserole flavors, updated classics, and more breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, and dessert recipes.
-Publications from "New York Times" to Web MD have said ?casseroles are trendy for 2005?
-Recipes note what can be prepared ahead, lighter substitutions, variations including meatless options, and freezing and reheating recommendations
-New, updated "Complete Idiot's Guide" recipe layout to make book more clear and usable for readers
-Just in time for fall, family gatherings, and cool weather's comfort foods

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About the author (2005)

Ellen Brown was the founding food editor of "USA Today," and has authored the IACP/Seagrams Award-winning "Gourmet Gazelle Cookbook," along with many other cookbooks. She is the author of "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Slow Cooker Cooking" and "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Smoothies.

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