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How to cook a turkey : and all the other trimmings /

Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Newtown, CT : Taunton Press, c2007Description: 234 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781561589593 (alk. paper) :; 1561589594 (alk. paper).Title notes: $19.95 11-2007 (db)Uniform titles: Taunton's fine cooking.Subject(s): Cookery (Turkey) | Thanksgiving cookeryOnline resources: Table of contents only
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

How to Cook a Turkey* is meant to be holiday survival guide for a wide range of home cooks: first timers who have no idea where to even begin; more experienced cooks who, nonetheless, forget every year what temperature to cook their turkey at and for how long; and cooks of all levels who like the idea of having one compact holiday handbook of recipes and how-to information specific to their circumstances.<br> The book contains 100 recipes for everything from appetizers to desserts (including an entire chapter on pies), as well as lots of information on everything to do with turkeys (buying info, thawing times, oven temperatures, cook times), as well as on stuffing and making gravy.

$19.95 11-2007 (db)

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • How to Survive Thanksgiving (or Any Other Holiday) (p. 2)
  • Appetizers (p. 10)
  • Soups, Salads & Cranberry Sauce (p. 26)
  • Turkey, Stuffing & Gravy (p. 45)
  • Vegetables (p. 96)
  • Potatoes & Grains (p. 122)
  • Pies & Tarts (p. 144)
  • Desserts (p. 176)
  • Continuing the Feast (p. 210)
  • Contributors (p. 228)
  • Index (p. 230)

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Library Journal Review

Thanksgiving is the one holiday when many noncooks attempt to put together a big meal for friends and family, and this new title from the editors of Fine Cooking magazine should help alleviate some of the stress. It opens with a chapter on "How To Survive Thanksgiving (or Any Other Holiday)," followed by 100 recipes from appetizers to desserts. There are dozens of color photographs, including numerous step-by-step series, and there are boxes on ingredients and techniques, as well as make-ahead information. Rick Rodgers's Thanksgiving 101 is the standard on the subject, but this cookbook is also recommended for most collections. (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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