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We're lucky to have so many convenient ways to produce the wonderful comfort foods we love, with all the flavors we remember from Grandma's kitchen. Got all day? Go low & slow with a slow cooker. Treat your family to slow-simmered flavors...fork-tender pot roasts, tummy-warming soups, cheesy side dishes and more. Short on time or just looking for something new? With an ele We're lucky to have so many convenient ways to produce the wonderful comfort foods we love, with all the flavors we remember from Grandma's kitchen. Got all day? Go low & slow with a slow cooker. Treat your family to slow-simmered flavors...fork-tender pot roasts, tummy-warming soups, cheesy side dishes and more. Short on time or just looking for something new? With an electric pressure cooker, you can cook up all your family's favorite dishes in a fraction of the time...chicken & dumplings, barbecue pulled pork, even down-home green beans that taste like they cooked all day. Anything a slow cooker can do, a pressure cooker can do, and so much more. Make all those other appliances in your kitchen earn their keep too! Your microwave can do more than pop popcorn, like main-dish casseroles, speedy sides and more. Countertop griddles can grill sandwiches, of course, but can also grill a juicy chicken breast to top a hearty salad. Cook chicken fingers and fries to crisp, golden perfection, using a countertop deep fryer. And from your waffle maker, turn out ooey-gooey cheese sandwiches and even warm fresh-baked cookies...who knew? In Modern Kitchen: Old-Fashioned Flavor, you'll find more than 200 recipes from home cooks just like yourself, plus plenty of useful tips for making the most of all those handy kitchen appliances.


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We're lucky to have so many convenient ways to produce the wonderful comfort foods we love, with all the flavors we remember from Grandma's kitchen. Got all day? Go low & slow with a slow cooker. Treat your family to slow-simmered flavors...fork-tender pot roasts, tummy-warming soups, cheesy side dishes and more. Short on time or just looking for something new? With an ele We're lucky to have so many convenient ways to produce the wonderful comfort foods we love, with all the flavors we remember from Grandma's kitchen. Got all day? Go low & slow with a slow cooker. Treat your family to slow-simmered flavors...fork-tender pot roasts, tummy-warming soups, cheesy side dishes and more. Short on time or just looking for something new? With an electric pressure cooker, you can cook up all your family's favorite dishes in a fraction of the time...chicken & dumplings, barbecue pulled pork, even down-home green beans that taste like they cooked all day. Anything a slow cooker can do, a pressure cooker can do, and so much more. Make all those other appliances in your kitchen earn their keep too! Your microwave can do more than pop popcorn, like main-dish casseroles, speedy sides and more. Countertop griddles can grill sandwiches, of course, but can also grill a juicy chicken breast to top a hearty salad. Cook chicken fingers and fries to crisp, golden perfection, using a countertop deep fryer. And from your waffle maker, turn out ooey-gooey cheese sandwiches and even warm fresh-baked cookies...who knew? In Modern Kitchen: Old-Fashioned Flavor, you'll find more than 200 recipes from home cooks just like yourself, plus plenty of useful tips for making the most of all those handy kitchen appliances.

53 review for Modern Kitchen, Old-Fashioned Flavors (Everyday Cookbook Collection)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Anne Wingate

    Lots to Love in this One I am not supposed to be buying books right now.. But this one was irresistible. I go through a new cookbook quickly, marking the recipes I might use. I marked much.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    Enjoyable Some yummy-sounding recipes. I’ve had several Gooseberry Patch cookbooks over the years and this one looks like it has several tasty recipes. Can’t wait to give them a try.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sandra

    Disappointed I make my choices from the table of contents in recipe books. This book did not list the individual recipes. This book as it is set up is useless. The recipes may be good. I will never know because I will not go through the book page by page.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Tracy Tibbels

    Several good ideas There are some excellent new (to me) recipes,as well as some fun variations on old standards Anxious to try them out.

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    Mike Wimsatt

    Good real recipes that real people cook.

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