Potlucks and picnics, dinner parties and church socials, fundraisers, toasts to the teacher, reunions, cookoutsait's the busy age of shared meals, which means with every invitation comes the question: q What can I bring?q Anne Byrn, an inspired cook, problem solver, and bestselling author of The Cake Mix Doctor cookbook and other books with over 2.6 million copies in print, knows exactly how to answer the question. Cutting through menu blockaa condition familiar to everyone who cooksahere are over 200 delicious suggestions for crowd-pleasing food thatas designed to travel. There are finger foods, canapes, and qtriosqaTrio of Marinated Goat Cheese, Asian Summer Rolls with a Trio of Sauces, Trio of Pastry-Wrapped Camemberts. 25 surprising salads: White Corn Salad with Fresh Thyme, Asparagus and Grilled Peppers with Asian Soy Dressing. Main dishes for a party, from Southern-Style Pulled Pork to Creamy White Bean and Spinach Lasagne. Desserts (of course, 25 of them), and a full chapter of loaves and other gifts from the kitchen, including Chocolate Sour Cherry Bread and Sun-Cooked Peach Preserves. Each recipe comes with Tote Notes (how best to transport the dish), Big Batch (how to multiply the dish), and When You Arrive (how to put the finishing touches on the dish). Plus there are qGrab a Gosqasuper-quick recipesafor each section, etiquette tips for working in someone else's kitchen, and a qNotesq area for each recipe, to jot down tips and log in when you made the dish and for what occasion, so you don't repeat yourself.Keep an eye on the smoke; when it begins to die down after about 40 minutes you will need to add the remaining wood chips. 5. Remove the ... BIG BATCH: As long as you have the wood chips, the time, and the salmon, you can turn out batch after batch of thisfor a large gathering. Youa#39;ll ... This pActAc begins with a chunk of smoked fish that youa#39;ll find vacuum-packed at the fish counter of the supermarket.
|Title||:||What Can I Bring? Cookbook|
|Publisher||:||Workman Publishing - 2007-11-10|