300 Best Comfort Food Recipesby Johanna Burkhard
We all have fond memories of recipes that evoke the warmth of home and family or of soul-satisfying foods that simply make us feel better. In 300 Best Comfort Food Recipes, we are reintroduced to some of our favorite childhood foods as well as modem interpretations of what spells comfort today. Here you will find hundreds of ideas for foods that are simple/b>… See more details below
We all have fond memories of recipes that evoke the warmth of home and family or of soul-satisfying foods that simply make us feel better. In 300 Best Comfort Food Recipes, we are reintroduced to some of our favorite childhood foods as well as modem interpretations of what spells comfort today. Here you will find hundreds of ideas for foods that are simple and reliable yet incredibly comforting and delicious. Many of the recipes allow you to make meals ahead in your spare time and freeze for later use. With recipe shortcuts and serving suggestions throughout, it will inspire you to recreate special moments from the past, as well as begin new comfort food traditions.
Some of the classic and modern recipes featured: Warm Salsa Dip, Broccoli and Cheese-Stuffed Potatoes, Vegetable Minestrone with Sun-Dried Pesto, Best-Ever Macaroni and Cheese,
Thyme-Roasted Chicken with Garlic Gravy, Zesty Barbecued Spareribs, Wild Mushroom Risotto, Old-Fashioned Beef Stew, Creamy Mashed Potato Casserole, Southwest Tortilla Vegetable Bake, Classic Chocolate Chip Cookies, Cinnamon Apple Crumble Pie.
- 300+ comfort food recipes
- 32 pages of color photography
- Easy steps for preparing recipes
- Time-saving strategies in the kitchen
- Over 100 inviting vegetarian recipes
- Soul-satisfying recipes
- Classic to contemporary food ideas
- Rose, Robert Incorporated
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- 6.25(w) x 9.75(h) x (d)
Meet the Author
Johanna Burkhard is a freelance food consultant, recipe developer and spokesperson. As a leading food writer and culinary advocate, she contributes to a variety of magazines and also appears regularly on television and radio. She is also the owner of a communications and public relations company which represents Peninsula Ridge Estates Winery and is keenly dedicated to promoting the Niagara region's vibrant food and wine culture.
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"Comfort food" is a label applied to simple, homey recipes--by and large, the recipes of youth, of home cooking in a family kitchen. It's an indication of the nation's culinary collapse that a book of comfort-food recipes should be necessary. But it is. Under a thin veneer of fancy-food devotees there lies an enormous population of people who don't know how to cook. Most of these people didn't hang around the family kitchen when they were young, learning by osmosis and by occasionally helping--for one reason or another, Mom hasn't been in the kitchen much. She's been at work, by necessity or by choice, and the old-fashioned 'home-ec' courses haven't been offered in schools for decades. These days, 'comfort food' for many people is Chinese take-out, and TV commercials push the idea that Mom is a great cook if she can warm up pre-packaged frozen dinners. So now people who are brave enough to enter a kitchen and try something more challenging than the microwave oven need a recipe book for something so simple as a grilled ham-and-cheese sandwich. This book is a good place to start. It's simpler even than "Joy of Cooking." The recipes are well-presented and clearly explained, one to a page. They span a wide variety of cuisines and styles, from pasta and that grilled sandwich to stir-fries and spicy chicken wings. All are simple and some are extremely simple--anyone who can read can handle them. And ought to. Cooking is a skill everyone should have. It will make you feel good to be able to do it--and you'll save a fortune on take-out food and frozen dinners, which are a lot more expensive than most people think. So--this book will save you money, teach you an important skill, give you a little more independence and boost your self-esteem. I don't see how you can resist. By Bill Marsano