Country Cooking in Mendocino: Recipes from Mendocino County's Renowned Caterer Jeanette Stroh

Country Cooking in Mendocino: Recipes from Mendocino County's Renowned Caterer Jeanette Stroh

by Debbie Reardan, Jeanette Stroh
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ISBN-10:
0978864107
ISBN-13:
9780978864101
Pub. Date:
11/28/2006
Publisher:
Debbie Reardan

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Country Cooking in Mendocino: Recipes from Mendocino County's Renowned Caterer Jeanette Stroh

Jeanette Stroh launched her cooking career at the age of three when she enhanced her brother's prized butterfly collection by mixing it into a jar of peanut butter. Her passion for food led her to baking for local retailers, and finally to Jeanette's Country Cooking, the catering business she ran for over 20 years. Jeanette's reputation for hearty country cooking reached from Mendocino County, 150 miles south to San Francisco. Her barbecued tri-tip roasts, homemade pies, and tasty appetizers never failed to satisfy her customers. This compilation of 206 of Jeanette's best country recipes was assembled and tested by Jeanette's daughter, Debbie Reardan.

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ISBN-13: 9780978864101
Publisher: Debbie Reardan
Publication date: 11/28/2006
Pages: 247
Product dimensions: 7.30(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.10(d)

Table of Contents


Introduction     iv
Foreword     vii
Acknowledgment     viii
Through the Years     xi
Appetizers     1
Breads & Brunch     49
Soups & Salads     79
Entrees     107
Vegetables     141
Pasta & Rice     161
Desserts     177
Index     231
Ordering Forms     245
About the Author     247

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Country Cooking in Mendocino: Recipes from Mendocino County's Renowned Caterer Jeanette Stroh 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I made several of the recipes from this book for a family get-together. They were all a hit, and so was I! I now must bring Jeanette's famous "Garlic Dip" to every potluck, or else. Not only are the recipes great, but the book itself is a good read. Also, it is beautifully illustrated and well-constructed with a spiral binding so it lies flat. This is the perfect legacy for Jeanette, a great cook and caterer, and a wonderful person. Good job Debbie! PS: This book makes a great Christmas gift, too! (Even if the recipient isn't a cook, the book will look great on their bookshelf.)