What to Have for Dinner: 32 Easy Menus for Every Night of the Week

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Crown Publishing Group, 1996 - Cooking - 143 pages
All the recipes from "What to Have for Dinner, " one of the most popular features of Martha Stewart Living Magazine, are collected here in one beautifully illustrated volume. Organized by season, the book gathers 30 simply laid-out menus for four, complete with a preparation schedule. Includes a resource guide for flatware, napkins, plates, and related items. 200 color photos.

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Contents

spring
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Broccoli Rabe Salad Codfish Cakes Horseradish Tartar Sauce Mango with PineappleGinger Sauce
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Artichokes with Olives Egg Noodles with Lemon Spring Chicken Ragout Strawberry Crush
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Christophe Pournyis one of the most esteemed furniture restorers in the business. Top decorators like Bunny Williams trust him to regild Louis XVI bergeres and refresh the luster on French-polished 18th-century dining tables. Today, Pourny is the unofficial restorer to the City of New York and counts Uma Thurman and Martha Stewart among his celebrated clients. He frequently appears in top shelter publications, and his handcrafted furniture tonics are sold nationwide.

Christophe Pourny is the author of "The Furniture Bible".

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