The New Firefighter's Cookbook

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Simon and Schuster, 1996 - Cooking - 256 pages
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A feast of 200 hearty, easy-to-prepare recipes from the kitchen of New York City's "Cooking Fireman"

John Sineno, a twenty-eight-year veteran of the fire department and an award-winning cook, is known as "Mama Sineno" because he looks after his firefighting "family" as if he were their mom. Though his days of putting out fires are over, he hasn't hung up his apron and continues to satisfy the appetites of his hardworking colleagues. In this new edition of The Firefighter's Cookbook, John shares old and new favorite recipes from his own kitchen and the kitchens of other firefighting chefs. Ignite your creative juices with dishes like:

* Shrimp and Sun-dried Tomato Sauce

* Corcoran's Irish Soda Bread

* Chicken with Walnuts

* Firehouse Pot Roast

* Italian Spinach Pie

* Chicken Enchiladas

* John's Famous No-Bake Rice Pudding


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User Review  - momof2toddlers -

Love this cookbook! If you like cheesecake this has some awesome recipes! Also try the Enchilada hot dish! Havent made a bad recipe out of this book yet! Read full review


User Review  - frufrufarmgirl -

I bought this for my husband who is a fireman and has been looking for things to cook at the firehall. I didnt even look at it. He has since told me the meals in the book were too gourmet for the fire ... Read full review


Appetizers and Soups
Vegetables Salads and Side Dishes
Breads and Baked Goods
Desserts 217

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