A Meatloaf in Every Oven: Two Chatty Cooks, One Iconic Dish and Dozens of Recipes - from Mom's to Mario Batali's

A Meatloaf in Every Oven: Two Chatty Cooks, One Iconic Dish and Dozens of Recipes - from Mom's to Mario Batali's


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ISBN-13: 9781455563050
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Publication date: 02/07/2017
Pages: 272
Sales rank: 394,892
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 7.50(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Frank Bruni is the author of three bestselling books and an op-ed columnist for the New York Times. Prior, he worked as the newspaper's chief restaurant critic, Rome bureau chief and White House correspondent.

Jennifer Steinhauer is a veteran New York Times correspondent, passionate home chef and the author of the bestselling cookbook Treat Yourself as well as the novel Beverly Hills Adjacent with Jessica Hendra.

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A Meatloaf in Every Oven: Two Chatty Cooks, One Iconic Dish and Dozens of Recipes - from Mom's to Mario Batali's 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
InspirationalAngel531 More than 1 year ago
Title: A Meatloaf in Every Oven - Two Chatty Cooks, One Iconic Dish and Dozens of Recipes - From Moms to Mario Batali's Author: Frank Bruni & Jennifer Steinhauer Publisher: Grand Central Publishing Published: 2-7-2017 Pages: 259 Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine Sub-Genre: Cookbooks, Main Dish; Regional ISBN: 9781455563050 ASIN: B01GQIYAKA Reviewed For NetGalley and Grand Central Publishing Reviewer: DelAnne Rating: 5 Starts Okay, I admit it. I love a good meatloaf. I found a few new favorite recipes for it in "A Meatloaf in Every Oven" Try yjr Annie Miller's Home-Style Loaf With Cheddar and Parsley & Mashed Potato Meatloaf. Learn the history of the dish. Its origins and how it has evolved over time. From family to exotic. There is bound to be a recipe to tempt you. My rating of "A Meatloaf in Every Oven" is5 out of 5 stars.
Cierann More than 1 year ago
I'm like to cook, but I don't watch cooking TV, and I don't read cooking magazines - but somehow this book caught my eye. I am having a blast, both reading this book, and cooking meatloaf. My family is not quite sure what has gotten into me, but doesn't seem to be complaining about trying these wonderful recipes. I've decided to buy two more copies, and give them to family so they can join me in my meatloaf journey. Join us!
hermitlibrarian More than 1 year ago
Meatloaf is the ultimate comfort food in my house. It's rare that we have it these days, to be honest, because with our work schedules my husband and I rarely have the time or energy to pull together a recipe like one of the ones found in this book. However, reading this book gave me the inspiration to at least try to reinstate Meatloaf Sunday, wherein we'll try yet another of these recipes. Even if you made one of these recipes every week it would take you almost a year to make them all because there are dozens of recipes from the traditional beef to pork to ones that include seafood. Those are the ones that surprised me the most because I'd never heard of a meatloaf like that. Thankfully, the authors of this book managed to find a good variety when bringing these recipes together. Of the recipes included, my favorite non-traditional one was probably the Crab and Shrimp Loaf Muffins. They're great because not only do they include two delicious seafood meats, but they're also good for either an entree or an appetizer, depending on how many muffins you serve. The recipe I most enjoyed trying out from the more traditional chapters was the Jewish Christmas Loaf, an amazing recipe that takes a ground beef mixture and adds five-spice powder, soy sauce, and Asian garlic sauce to season not only the beef, but to top it all off with the glaze. I learned a lot from this book besides the variety of recipes as well. There were methods for sauteing onions before cooking, which I never really thought of. Also, soaking bread in milk before mixing it in with the meat to give it more moisture was a tip I'd never heard before. The final chapter in the book was where I found the most help for planning a meal around meatloaf. Entitled "Eight: Sides", it offers sides options from macaroni and cheese to roasted broccoli to a Midwestern potato salad that sounds like something right off a picnic menu. I'm used to seeing accompanying dishes neglected in a book focusing on main courses, so this was a pleasant inclusion. At the beginning of each chapter, the authors have a bit of a chat session which gives an insight into why they chose the recipes they included. Some of the recipes are from personal friends, some are from celebrity chefs such as Alex Guarnaschelli and Bobby Flay. These friendly introductions, as well as the fact that the book takes sides into account as well as the main dish, make it a fun recipe book that has something for practically anyone. I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.