Williams-Sonoma Collection: Christmas

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Simon and Schuster, Nov 17, 2003 - Cooking - 120 pages
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A roast goose with chestnut stuffing embodies the winter holidays as much as snow-dusted fir trees and brightly wrapped packages. Whether your tradition includes Yorkshire pudding or potatoe latkes, elegant poached pears or frosted holiday cookies, a festive meal is an essential part of celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, or New Year's Eve with friends and family.

Williams-Sonoma Collection Christmas offers an array of more than 40 time-honored favorites and tempting new ideas. An impressive roast beef or savory rack of lamb will satisfy every appetitie, while a colorful wild rice pilaf or crisp salad with persimmons adds freshness and color to any table. Start your holiday morning with panettone French toast, or for an open house, tempt guests with mulled wine and chocolate truffles. No matter what the event, the recipes in these pages will make your holiday menu a success.

Full-color photographs of each dish help you decide which one to prepare, and each recipe is accompanied by a photographic side note that highlights an essential ingredient or technique. In addition, a comprehensive basics section offers valuable tips on baking, roasting, and planning ahead, so you can more easily share joyful holiday meals with your loved ones.

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I gave this as a gift at TG to a family member to look forward to Christmas cooking. It has many simple and yet elegant and different ideas. Small in page numbers so not overwhelming. Great for ideas. Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Carolyn Miller is a writier and book editor based in San Francisco. She is the author of The Christmas Table: A Holiday Menu Cookbook and coauthor of Savoring San Francisco: Recipes from the City's Neighborhood Restaurants. Her writing has also been featured in many cookbooks, including Salt and Pepper, Chocolate: A Sweet Indulgence, and Espresso: Culture and Cuisine. In addition, she has edited many cookbooks for publishers nationwide.

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