Fancy pantry

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Workman Pub., 1986 - Cooking - 351 pages
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"Well preserved, prettily pickled, candied, brandied, potted, bottled, sun-dried, and otherwise put-by elegant edibles"--Cover subtitle. 250 recipes. Includes glossary and mail-order sources.

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User Review  - WalnutSpinney - LibraryThing

One of the best make-it-yourself cookbooks in my collection. I refer to it often and we've liked everything I've made from it. When I find this out-of-print gem at a book sale, I always grab it as ... Read full review

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An essential in my kitchen. All those 'extras' that make cooking (and eating) fun. Read full review


A Little of What You Fancy Does You Good
Appetizers Other Whets
With Gusto Relish

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About the author (1986)

Helen Witty's books have been three-time winners of the prestigious Tastemaker Award and the James Beard Award Nomination and she has published many articles in magazines on cooking. A former editor at Cusine and Food & Wine magazines, Helen is also the suthor of Better Than Store Bought, Mrs. Witty's Monster Cookies and Fancy Pantry. She lives on eastern Long Island, New York with her husband, Richard, a stickler for tasting all her own recipes.

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