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Synopsis: Frugal cooks in search of creative and satisfying recipes will find these pages an inspiration for trimming expenses while adding to their dining pleasure. This handy and humorous guide to using the leftover treasures lying in kitchen cupboards or deep within the refrigerator contains an index to over 200 leftover ingredients. Droll commentary and whimsical drawings add to the cookbook?s fun. The authors hail from Wisconsin. Cheese, local produce, beer, farm eggs, sausage, and venison there beckon to be consumed. But if the authors? food sensibilities come from sourcing local products, their culinary desires are grounded in New Orleans culture?soups, sauces, and seasonings. The cookbook?s recipes are a North-South marriage to be savored and enjoyed.
About the Author: Susan Young Hoffman, a retired reading specialist, spends time promoting literacy, pretending to be an artist, and gardening. Les Hoffman, a retired biochemist, pursues his interests in brewing, jazz, and scientific education. Both have been featured cooks in the WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL. The couple resides in Madison, Wisconsin.
Title: Leftovers for Les$: Taking Advantage of What...
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Book Condition: Good
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