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A cookbook of a New England region with historical facts and lore. What is the difference between a crisp and a cobbler? Want to impress your friends, make a quick weekend dinner or holiday meal? Did you know that not all apples are created equal for baking or that lobster tails are a quick and cheaper way to have the king of seafood? A Connecticut Kitchen offers simple and quick meals within your budget from the pantry and grocer.
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The author is a Registered Dietitian with a culinary background, who loves to share cooking and the years of growing up with orchards and good food in her state. Cooking is inspirational, easy and can be budget friendly. With fall in the air, cinnamon and apples are on everyone's baking list and in summer, corn, berries and zucchini are on the menu. Dee has a thing for the past- Ben Franklin was a foodie, liked cornmeal, blueberries and apples - he knew what was healthy way back then. On the other hand, Puritans ate dessert for breakfast with cider. Take old fashioned fare and modern day palates, and a cookbook was written. When not working with patients to improve their health through diet therapy, Dee is busy keeping her culinary roots alive with cooking and writing on her food blog, rdgroceryguru.com.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1483925048