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The art of preserving--brought right up-to-date! Sweet or tangy, to spread on bread, eat on the side, or spice up a dish: these 250 recipes for preserves of every description shrug off the gingham-clad image traditionally associated with jam making. From fresh and fruity conserves to sweet and sour chutney, they'll all add zing to a meal. Along with definitions of every variation--including fruit cheese, mincemeat, glacéd fruit, and vegetables in oil--there are "watchpoints" that warn you about common mistakes and help assure your preserve will come out just right. And, there are a range of delicious recipes in which preserves figure as the main ingredient. Just imagine biting into a yummy tangerine marmalade soufflé for dessert, or the taste of warm duck salad with blackberry dressing. Ordinary sausages and potatoes become out of this world when paired with plum and red onion confit. The pictures on every page will simply make your mouth water!
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Spring is the time to plan for fall preserving, so Reader's Digest's May publication of Sensational Preserves is right on target. Over 250 recipes by British cookbook writer Hilaire Walden include such standards as Strawberry Jam and Ginger and Peach Chutney, along with pickles (Indian Pickled Onions), beverages (Tangerine Ratafia, with gin or vodka) and dishes to use them in (Pheasant and Elderberry Casserole). The clear text is further illuminated by David Gill's tempting color photos.
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Book Description Conran, 2000. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111840910585
Book Description Conran. PAPERBACK. Condition: New. 1840910585 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.1682781