Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook

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Ruth Berolzheimer
Penguin, Mar 1, 1988 - Cooking - 974 pages
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It's all here: from the basic to the gourmet, from preparation to serving, all presented in a clear, concise, simple manner. Recipes for every level of expertise are included, from basic broccoli to Artichoke Souffle, along with all-American classics such as Chicken a la King and Peach Meringue Pie. In addition, the cookbook offers a cornucopia of food suggestions for any situation and any pocketbook: complete menus and table settings for each month of the year and holidays, storage tips, food-buying guides, calorie counters, and much more. The widespread attention to regional American cooking and the proliferation of home-style cafes across the country all point to a new pride and interest in American cooking. The Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook, with its 10,000 recipes and countless food facts and ideas, is a cornerstone cookbook for every kitchen.

 

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User Review  - flemmily - LibraryThing

This was my mom's go-to cookbook when she was first married. Wonderful pictures of jellied meat rings, and a great idea for making a roll of meatloaf and bread. It is not quite as detailed as Joy of ... Read full review

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User Review  - DameMuriel - LibraryThing

I think most of the recipes in this book call for lard and msg so I don't really use it in my cooking but it has lovely photographs of disgusting food. Read full review

Contents

Page
32
Science in the Kitchen
42
000 Facts About Food 5 Your Cookies 731
51
Saturday Morning Baking
131
Your Sandwiches
177
Your Snacks and Appetizers
211
Your Leftovers
237
Your Egg Dishes
279
PieBaking Award at
563
Page
613
The Halloween Party
869
The School Room at Lunch
877
The Twosome at Dinner
891
An Hour Until Dinnertime
905
Coffee at the Bridge Table
913
At the Cheese Counter
921

Your Fish and Sea Food
309
A Fish Fry
321
Your Meats
345
Your Poultry
407
The Roadside Market
449
Your Fresh Vegetables
450
Father Carves the Fowl
931
Setting the Table for
939
Your Salads 521
961
Starting the Pressure Cooker
962
Your Cakes 683 Your Index ILXVI
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