Comfort Food

Comfort Food

Book - 2009
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Grand Central Pub
A stack of blueberry pancakes drizzled with maplesyrup, a soulful dish of mac and cheese, spaghetti studded with plump meatballs, old-fashioned buttermilk fried chicken, warm peach cobbler with a scoop of vanilla ice cream-no matter what your idea of the ultimate comfort food is, you will discover it in this enticing collection of over 100 recipes for the most treasured American dishes.

For celebrated cookbook author Rick Rodgers, comfort food is all about nostalgic indulgences shared with family and friends. From meaty ribs slathered with barbecue sauce at a family picnic to a southern spread of panfried ham, cheese-laced grits, and flaky biscuits at the breakfast table to a towering slice of lemon meringue pie at supper's end, Rick shares his enthusiasm through personal tales and recipes for hearty, luscious foods that will take you back to childhood. These are the family classics that have been passed down through generations-the over-the-top dishes that you crave and that lift your spirits morning, noon, and night.

The rich assortment of recipes in Williams-Sonoma Comfort Food covers every meal throughout the day-breakfast, lunch, supper, and of course, dessert. Beautiful color photography, engaging personal tales, and the story behind each delicious dish will soon have you cooking all the foods you remember from the past.

Baker & Taylor
An inspirational collection of more than 100 comfort food recipes that utilize only the best-quality ingredients covers every course of meals, from blueberry pancakes and brown butter waffles to macaroni and cheese and buttermilk fried chicken.

Hachette Book Group
A stack of blueberry pancakes drizzled with maplesyrup, a soulful dish of mac and cheese, spaghetti studded with plump meatballs, old-fashioned buttermilk fried chicken, warm peach cobbler with a scoop of vanilla ice cream-no matter what your idea of the ultimate comfort food is, you will discover it in this enticing collection of over 100 recipes for the most treasured American dishes.

For celebrated cookbook author Rick Rodgers, comfort food is all about nostalgic indulgences shared with family and friends. From meaty ribs slathered with barbecue sauce at a family picnic to a southern spread of panfried ham, cheese-laced grits, and flaky biscuits at the breakfast table to a towering slice of lemon meringue pie at supper's end, Rick shares his enthusiasm through personal tales and recipes for hearty, luscious foods that will take you back to childhood. These are the family classics that have been passed down through generations-the over-the-top dishes that you crave and that lift your spirits morning, noon, and night.

The rich assortment of recipes in Williams-Sonoma Comfort Food covers every meal throughout the day-breakfast, lunch, supper, and of course, dessert. Beautiful color photography, engaging personal tales, and the story behind each delicious dish will soon have you cooking all the foods you remember from the past.

Baker
& Taylor

Features a collection of comfort food recipes that covers every course, from blueberry pancakes and Reuben sandwiches to buttermilk fried chicken and caramel bread pudding.

Publisher: New York : Oxmoor House, c2009
ISBN: 9780848733049
0848733045
Branch Call Number: 641.5 R615c
Characteristics: 255 p. : col ill. ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Kachatorian, Ray
Williams-Sonoma
Alternative Title: Williams-Sonoma comfort food

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