Cook's Country Best Lost Suppers

Cook s Country Best Lost Suppers In an effort to preserve old fashioned meals Cook s Country magazine asked its readers to submit their favorite dinnertime recipes Out of thousands of submissions the magazine s test kitchen tested

  • Title: Cook's Country Best Lost Suppers
  • Author: Cook's Country Magazine
  • ISBN: 9781933615448
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In an effort to preserve old fashioned meals, Cook s Country magazine asked its readers to submit their favorite dinnertime recipes Out of thousands of submissions, the magazine s test kitchen tested and perfected the best to present in this collection.

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      Published :2019-03-07T21:06:15+00:00

    About "Cook's Country Magazine"

    1. Cook's Country Magazine

      In 1993, Mr Kimball relaunched Cook s Magazine, which he founded in 1980, serving as the publisher and editorial director, as Cook s Illustrated, and recently founded Cook s Country Magazine Mr Kimball serves as publisher and editor of both magazines Mr Kimball also serves as the host of America s Test Kitchen, a public television cooking show now in its seventh season Mr Kimball is a regular contributor to The CBS Early Show, and has been written up in many publications including The New Yorker, the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, People Magazine, The New York Times Book Review, The Washington Post, and The Los Angeles Times He is also the author of The Cook s Bible, The Yellow Farmhouse Cookbook, Dear Charlie Christopher Award Winner , The Dessert Bible, and The Kitchen Detective He lives in both Boston and Vermont with his wife, Adrienne, daughters Whitney, Caroline, and Emily, and his son Charles.

    392 thoughts on “Cook's Country Best Lost Suppers”

    1. I was surprised to like this book. I thought it would all be horrible casseroles that get served at church dinners. And, though many are casseroles, they are really good. I tried the Salmagundi Bake (sp?), the Creamy Chicken Pan Pie, and Aunt Fanny's Macaroni Soup with Meatballs. I'm not sure I got all the names right as I'm trying to write from memory. But all three were delightful. Cook's Illustrated does it again!


    2. While I am a huge fan of COok's Illustrated and America's Test Kitchen, this magazine doe snot do it for me. I got this out to see if maybe I was wrong about htat--the recipes are just a little too 1950's for me--I did write down the Sicilian Meatloaf, and the Shrimp Salad into my journal so will try a couple, but would not recommend this cookbook unless you are trying to recapture something lost--these are not meals that shriek of my childhood.


    3. You can't rate this too poorly, because there are some good recipes and they're, of course, test-kitchened.But they're certainly not LOST recipes. Any person who doesn't hate casseroles has at least half of these in their recipe box already.If you want ACTUAL lost recipes, you should visit the University of Iowa's Szathmary cookbook collection.



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