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The Cook's Country Cookbook: Regional and Heirloom Favorites Tested and Reimagined for Today's Home Cooks
The Cook's Country Cookbook: Regional and Heirloom Favorites Tested and Reimagined for Today's Home Cooks
Welcome to Cook's Country - a place where you'll learn what's cooking in kitchens across America. This debut collection from the editors of Cook's Country magazine celebrates the landscape of American home cooking from yesterday and today. In the tradition of great American cookbooks like The Fannie Farmer Cookbook and The Settlement Cookbook, The Cook's Country Cookbook is, at its core, a wide-ranging, comprehensive collection chock-full of beloved classics like roast chicken, beef stew, biscuits, blueberry pie, and more. In addition, the editors of Cook's Country magazine have also reached back in time to revive old favorites to suit modern tastes and lifestyles. Here you'll find Chicken Divan without the soup mix - only tender chicken crisp broccoli blanketed in a velvety cheese sauce. You'll learn that it's possible to serve a from-scratch comfort food classic like meatloaf on a weeknight when time is tight: our mini-meatloaves cook in a fraction of the time of traditional versions.
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Chicken Divan
Chicken Divan
you will need: 4 chicken breasts, cubed 1/2 large onion, chopped 1 pound chopped fresh broccoli 1 (10.75 ounce) can condensed cream of chicken soup 1/3 cup of milk 1/2 cup sour cream 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese, divided 2 tablespoon butter, melted 4 tablespoons dried bread crumbs (I used italian) preparation: preheat oven to 450 F place pat of butter in skillet, heat cook chicken and onion in skillet until cooked through and onions are tender place broccoli in a saucepan with enough water to cover bring to a boil and cook five minutes (or until tender) and drain mix soup, milk, sour cream, and 1/2 cup cheese together add broccoli and chicken to soup mixture, stir to coat well place in 9 inch pie pan spread remaining 1/2 cup cheese on top mix the melted butter and bread crumbs, sprinkle over top cook: bake in the preheated oven for 15 minutes, or until bubbly and lightly browned serve: serve just on its is THAT GOOD
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Best of Craig Claiborne: 1,000 Recipes from His New York Times Food Columns and Four of His Classic Cookbooks
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As food editor of The New York Times from the late fifties to the late eighties, Craig Claiborne has shared his passion for food with readers through his columns and more than twenty cookbooks. For this new collection, Claiborne's longtime editor, Joan Whitman, has selected the best recipes from Craig Claiborne's The New New York Times Cookbook (co-authored with Pierre Franey) and three other classic cookbooks, Cooking with Craig Claiborne and Pierre Franey, Craig Claiborne's Southern Cooking, and Craig Claiborne's Gourmet Diet.

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From the late 1950s through the '80s, Craig Claiborne was the food editor of The New York Times. As such, he was instrumental in acquainting Americans with the world's great dishes in recipes that worked. These appeared not only in his columns but also in the landmark cookbooks he authored, including The New York Times Cook Book and the Craig Claiborne's Favorites series. The Best of Craig Claiborne, written with longtime collaborator Pierre Franey, culls more than 1,000 of these recipes--dishes created by celebrated chefs and accomplished amateurs who famously trekked to Claiborne's home to share their cooking expertise. Claiborne fans and cooks wanting a globe-spanning selection of outstanding recipes will welcome the book.
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