Yankee Magazine's Church Suppers and Potluck Dinners Cookbook

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Looking for a fresh idea for a family dinner, something quick and easy to feed last-minute guests, or a special treat to take to a potluck? Not to worry. In Yankee Magazine's Church Suppers & Potluck Dinners Cookbook, you'll find over 275 delicious and time-saving dishes famous throughout New England. To compile this book, Yankee Magazine approached hometown churches and other popular community organizations across the region and asked them to share the recipes that are consistently everyone's local ...
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Looking for a fresh idea for a family dinner, something quick and easy to feed last-minute guests, or a special treat to take to a potluck? Not to worry. In Yankee Magazine's Church Suppers & Potluck Dinners Cookbook, you'll find over 275 delicious and time-saving dishes famous throughout New England. To compile this book, Yankee Magazine approached hometown churches and other popular community organizations across the region and asked them to share the recipes that are consistently everyone's local favorites. Hundreds of recipes flooded Yankee's mailbox, but only the very best made it into these pages. The result: this remarkable collection of true family classics and simplified gourmet feasts. From hearty casseroles to impressive company fare, rustic soups and inventive salads to luscious desserts that will win raves from kids and grownups alike, every recipe in Yankee Magazine's Church Suppers & Potluck Dinners Cookbook is a surefire winner. With an emphasis on convenience as well as taste, these dishes don't require special trips to the gourmet shop. Many can be prepared from produce on hand in your refrigerator and staples in your pantry, making them perfect for busy days or surprise company. (Also included are dishes that can be made ahead of time for last-minute preparation.) Need to make corn bread for 40, pancakes for 65, or chocolate cake for 100? Find the precise instructions in the chapter "Recipes to Feed a Crowd." And every chapter is complemented by wonderful suggestions for hosting potlucks and entertaining larger groups in general.
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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
The homespun fare served at New England's traditional pancake breakfasts, community cookouts and church potlucks is the ethnic cuisine of Yankee territory. The editors here have canvased such organizations as church groups and historical societies to come up with over 250 local New England recipes for chowders, main dishes, sides and desserts. Most are inexpensive and simple to prepare for family suppers and large group gatherings. Many recipes, not especially low in fat, sodium or calories, rely on convenience foods to achieve their familiar tastes. Among the more distinctive regional fare are Surf and Barnyard Stew (with turkey sausage and shrimp), Fresh Tomato Pie (with a Bisquick crust) and Cranberry Pot Roast. Made-from-scratch recipes like those for Sweet Milk Pancakes, Root Beer Cake and Cranberry Surprise Pie capture the expected New England blend of simplicity and country goodness. Suggestions for hosting a potluck gathering, rules for "potluck politeness," some recipes for a crowd (Sunshine Salad made with lemon gelatin, canned pineapple and grated carrots to serve 75-100) and small-town gathering anecdotes fill out this culinary collection of regional Americana. (June)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780679432081
  • Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 6/18/1996
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 6.44 (w) x 9.53 (h) x 1.05 (d)

Meet the Author

For more than sixty years, readers everywhere have trusted Yankee Magazine as the authority on all things New England. Every month the magazine brings its three million readers an insider's view of the personalities, controversies, small towns, history, and travel opportunities that are all part of this unique region of America -- but its articles on great New England cooks and cooking are especially popular.Andrea Chesman is a writer and editor who has compiled numerous cookbooks for Yankee and other publishers. She lives and works in Ripton, Vermont.
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