From the late 1930s, Duncan Hines was known as America's first national food critic and his guidebooks pointed travelers to the best restaurants. Along the way, Hines made countless restaurants famous and began publishing an annual cookbook that brought many of their recipies to the home kitchen. Long out of print, Mercer University Press has proudly revived these culinary classics. 800-637-2378, ext 2880 800-342-0841, ext 2880 www.mupress.org Mercer University Press, 6316 Peake Rd, Macon GA 31210... I cook the eggs. Take a sauce pan and into it put butter or bacon drippings so that when melted there will be about a quarter of an inch of fat in the bottom. ... When they are done, they look like poached eggs, and are they good! If you want toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Adventures in Good Cooking and the Art of Carving in the Home|
|Author||:||Duncan Hines, Louis Hatchett|
|Publisher||:||Mercer University Press - 2002-11-01|