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Heirloom Cooking With the Brass Sisters

Cooking / Cooking / Courses & Dishes / General

Date de parution: January 6th 2014

Heirloom Cooking With the Brass Sisters

Recipes You Remember and Love

Authors of Heirloom Baking and James Beard Award finalists Marilynn and Sheila Brass launched a whole new cookbook category with their “heirloom” baking recipes. Now they turn their culinary skills to the rest of the menu, presenting delicious, savory, and timeless heirloom dishes collected over decades and updated for the modern kitchen.

Marilynn and Sheila Brass have spent a lifetime collecting handwritten “manuscript cookbooks” and “living recipes.” Heirloom Cooking collects and skillfully updates 135 of the very best of these, which together represent nearly 100 years of the best-loved and most delicious dishes from all over North America. The oldest recipes date back to the late 1800s, and every decade and a wide variety of ethnicities are captured here.

The book is divided into sections including Starters; Salads; Vegetables; Breads; Main Dishes including Lamb, Beef, Veal, Pork, Fish, Chicken, and Turkey; Vegetarian; and — of course — Dessert. As they did in Heirloom Baking, the Brass sisters include the wonderful stories behind the recipes, and once again, lush photography is provided by Andy Ryan.
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USD: $15.99  /  CAD: $19.99

Page Count: 285

ISBN-13: 9781603763646

What's Inside

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"Sisters Marilynn and Sheila Brass have revived dozens of recipes that represent decades of home-cooked comfort food?presenting [an] edible history in this handsome volume."

"Their cooking expertise is difficult to dispute."
"We fell in love with the Brass Sisters at first sight?.[Heirloom Cooking] reads more like an exploration of a cookbook from your grandma?s attic, full of warm memories and cozy notations."

"If you have a hankering for cherished old-time recipes, you?ll appreciate the new "Heirloom Cooking with the Brass Sisters?a fun nostalgic read ? and doable recipes, too."

Selected "Best Outside the Box" cookbook! "One look at [The Brass Sisters?] book and them on the cover and we know we?d like to be cooking in the kitchen with them."
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