Fancy Pantry, which the New York Times called "an investment in good taste," brought completely up-to-date for contemporary tastes and cooking styles. Filled with over 300 delectable edibles that are more delicious and less costly than store-bought, the book features 60% all-new recipes. The other 40% have been updated, tweaked, and re-tested.
Learn to make Green Olivata, Salmon Pastrami, Chocolate-Filled Bread Rolls, Real Crumpets, Harissa, Glorious Garlic & Hot Pepper Jelly, and Chocolate-Mocha Truffles with Rum. Plus, custom charcuterie, seafood sausages and pates, breadstuffs and barbecue fixin's, chutneys, candies, spice rubs, salsas, bagels, biscotti, and more. Selection of the Book-of-the-Month Club.
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WHAT'S GOOD TO EAT
Luscious spreads and crusty breads, zesty salsas and sauces. Sweets and savories of every kind. From award-winning author Helen Witty comes a celebration of the good stuff, those surprisingly easy to make delicacies that turn a nibble into a party and add an unforgettable touch of grace to every meal. Unlocking a lifetime of culinary expertise in over 300 recipes, Mrs. Witty introduces both the new specialties-from biscotti to preserved lemons-and such enduring favorites as Nesselrode Sauce, Real Crumpets, Chicken Liver Mousse, and Mushroom Ketchup. May your cupboard runneth over.
Helen Witty is the author of numerous cookbooks, including FANCY PANTRY and (as co-author) BETTER THAN STORE-BOUGHT, and is a contributor to Gourmet, Food & Wine, Family Circle and other magazines. She's won two prestigious Tastemaker/IACP/Seagram awards for cookbook excellence.
A FANCY PANTRY WITHOUT FANCY WORK
Dried Tomato Pesto
Three-Pepper Roasted Salsa
Gingery Rhubarb Chutney
Asian Chili & Garlic Paste
Three-Flavor Oil for Stir-Frying
Jamaican Jerk Rub
Tart Pickled Cherries
Small White Cheeses in Olive Oil & Herbs
Tomato Jam with Ginger & Coriander
A Note to Fans of FANCY PANTRY:
Since FANCY PANTRY was published in 1986, Mrs. Witty has never stopped creating new recipes for delectable edibles, or updating those she couldn't live without. THE GOOD STUFF COOKBOOK is the result.About the Author:
Helen Witty's books have been three-time winners of the prestigious Tastemaker Award and the James Beard Award Nomination and she has published many articles in magazines on cooking. A former editor at Cusine and Food & Wine magazines, Helen is also the suthor of Better Than Store Bought, Mrs. Witty's Monster Cookies and Fancy Pantry. She lives on eastern Long Island, New York with her husband, Richard, a stickler for tasting all her own recipes.
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Book Description Workman Publishing Company, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0761102876
Book Description Workman Publishing Company, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110761102876
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