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Good Cook's Book Of Tomatoes
     

Good Cook's Book Of Tomatoes

by Michele Anna Jordan, Michele A. Jordan
 

In The Good Cook's Book of Tomatoes, the third in the ongoing, expertly researched culinary series, Michele Jordan brings her creative zeal to one of the most popular fruits on the market. An indispensable reference for any cook's shelf, The Good Cook's Book of Tomatoes contains over 200 recipes including robust dishes such as Tomato Pasta

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In The Good Cook's Book of Tomatoes, the third in the ongoing, expertly researched culinary series, Michele Jordan brings her creative zeal to one of the most popular fruits on the market. An indispensable reference for any cook's shelf, The Good Cook's Book of Tomatoes contains over 200 recipes including robust dishes such as Tomato Pasta with Chicken, Olives, & Dried-Tomato Cream Sauce, Tomato Concassé. For anyone who feels there's no such thing as too many tomatoes, this is the definitive book—the only one with recipes for beverages, appetizers, breads, soups, salads, sauces, and much more.

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Library Journal
Several tomato cookbooks have appeared over the past year, Sharon Nimtz and Ruth Cousineau's lively Tomato Imperative!: From Fried Green Tomatoes to Summer's Ripe Bounty (LJ 6/15/94) being one of the best. Jordan, author of two previous "Good Cook" books, including The Good Cook's Book of Mustard with More Than 100 Recipes (LJ 4/15/94), offers another engaging look at this favorite fruit/vegetable. Her California cuisine-style recipes are somewhat more upscale than the ones in Tomato Imperative!, making this a good companion to that book. Recommended.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780201627114
Publisher:
Da Capo Press
Publication date:
04/30/1995
Pages:
336
Product dimensions:
4.97(w) x 6.95(h) x 0.88(d)

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