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Betty Crocker's International Cookbook By Betty Crocker,

  • Title: Betty Crocker's International Cookbook
  • Author: Betty Crocker
  • ISBN: 9780394504537
  • Page: 102
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Hardcover 372 pages Publisher Random House 1st edition September 12, 1980 Language English ISBN 10 0394504534 ISBN 13 978 0394504537 Product Dimensions 10.1 x 8.1 x 1.1 inches Shipping Weight 3.2 pounds
    Betty Crocker s International Cookbook Hardcover pages Publisher Random House st edition September Language English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions x x inches Shipping Weight poun

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    1. This was my first cookbook, and at the time the recipes seemed so exotic I m not sure how many of them I cooked, but I have many pages marked off as something I d like to make Looking back on it now, either I ve become worldly or cuisine has come a long way or both Growing up, I never cooked with coconut milk or curry spices or vegetables like artichokes or capers Now these items are fairly commonplace to me Some of the recipes are still pretty exotic for my tastes, but it ll be fun to try some [...]

    2. When I was growing up my mother would make the pasticcio recipe from this book I adored it Who would have thought cinnamon and parmesan cheese makes such a delicious topping Peppered with dishes from a wide variety of cuisines the recipes may not be the most authentic but they are perfect for the home cook.

    3. I was given the original edition as a gift Without a doubt the cookbook that I go to the most I m not sure how later editions are, but I ve been through than one copy of the first Dishes are indezed by the country, by the ingredients, or by name Also includes all sorts of how to s , such as how to peel core a pineapple, make your own curry powder, etc.

    4. It s rather My First Cookbook , but all the same the pictures, font, and layout are very homey and comforting and unlike some older books, the recipes are fairly authentic and not bastardized for Western palates I learned how to make lefse from this book

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