There are thousands of cookbooks but only a select few end up as
timeless. We favor the ones that are instructional and not just recipes.
Browse for books at Cooking, Food, and Wine or try our recommendations.
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This book explains where the cuts of meat come from, proper cooking techniques for each cut, storage, grading, preparation, and how to select meat. There are plenty of recipes for each; designed for the home chef.
A kitchen staple. Over 1,400 inspirations and how-tos. Reading it
will improve anyone's cooking skills. Paula Deen and Sara Moulton
recommend it. Readers give it the highest rating possible.
Saves time, and more important, could save a dinner.
Some books never go out of style. Winning the Julia Child cookbook
award in 1995, this has become a classic in the area of roasting. Along
with delectable meats, there are recipes for over 100 vegetable dishes.
We have used this book many times both as a reference and a source of
dinners. One of my favorites is roasted chicken.
Also included is preparing and roasting game.
On Food and Cooking is a wealth of information on all facets of
Nothing smells better than bread baking in the oven (or bread
machine). After wearing out the recipes that came with my bread machine,
it was time to venture out into uncharted waters.
Who doesn't like Chinese takeout? Homemade Chinese is even better!
One of my favorites is Char Sui.