Jim Fobel's casseroles : tasty recipes for everyday living & casual entertaining (Book, 1997) [WorldCat.org]
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Jim Fobel's casseroles : tasty recipes for everyday living & casual entertaining

Author: Jim Fobel
Publisher: New York : Clarkson Potter/Publishers, ©1997.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Any protege of the late James Beard deserves more than a touch of notice--which, judging from Fobel's previous five cookbooks and at least one award, has already been accrued. Number six is sure to join the stable of library favorites, centering as it does on pure and simple casseroles. Some of the 100 or so dishes are familiar comfort foods with a few changes, such as chicken potpie with a bacon crust. Others
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jim Fobel
ISBN: 0517704560 9780517704561
OCLC Number: 35990369
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xii, 195 pages ; 22 cm
Other Titles: Casseroles
Responsibility: by Jim Fobel.

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Any protege of the late James Beard deserves more than a touch of notice--which, judging from Fobel's previous five cookbooks and at least one award, has already been accrued. Number six is sure to join the stable of library favorites, centering as it does on pure and simple casseroles. Some of the 100 or so dishes are familiar comfort foods with a few changes, such as chicken potpie with a bacon crust. Others represent more unusual variations on a theme, such as a potato-cheddar kugel without noodles or raisins. Accompanying text imparts information about pan equivalents and instructions for freezing; typical of the author's treatment is his debate about appropriate ingredients for a tuna casserole. Canned or fresh tuna? Cream-of-mushroom soup or a substitute? (The issue is easily solved by the creation of two recipes.) - Barbara Jacobs; 192p-

COOKERY It's hard to believe, as Pierce's introduction states, that our average personal consumption of chicken is 72 pounds a year, but Americans certainly do like chicken. Home cooks are always looking for new chicken recipes, and here are dozens. The majority are simple and quick to prepare, but there are also some slightly more ambitious dishes, too. For most collections.Busy cooks will also welcome Fobel's Big Flavors (LJ 2/15/95) homey casseroles. Fobel likes food that tastes like something, so he marinates the black beans for Tamale Pie in lemon juice and sherry and tops his Shepherd's Pie with scallion mashed potatoes. There are more contemporary casseroles, too, and all of them can be made ahead and reheated. For most collections.-

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