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As American as Apple Pie
As American as Apple Pie
Author: Phillip Stephen Schulz
Presents twelve variations, from the traditional to the unique interpretation, of twenty different favorite dishes, for a total of 240 delicious, easy-to-make recipes for familiar American cuisine.
ISBN-13: 9780517150344
ISBN-10: 0517150344
Publication Date: 1/21/1997
Pages: 400
  • Currently 4.5/5 Stars.

4.5 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Wings
Book Type: Hardcover
Members Wishing: 0
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This is a wonderful cookbook, filled with so many variations of favorites, and it is a joy to read.
240 recipes and each one begins with a story of origin of recipe or a few comments by author...

For example:
"Good friends, good food, good wine, and good weather - doth a good picnic make."

or... HEAVENLY BEEF PIE WITH DEVILISHLY RICH MASHED POTATO TOPPING says "The following dish is of mixed heritage. Not shepherd's pie, but a combination of two freely adapted Alice B. Toklas recipes that make an entirely new French connection.

or SARATOGA "SURPRISE" LOAF says "this recipe is a verison of a meat loaf I tasted many years ago at a diner on the road to Saratoga Springs in New York. The loaf, striped with green and red peppers, had a secret ingredient according to the chef. You guessed it - oatmeal.


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