The Yankee magazine cookbook
Yankee Magazine was founded in 1935 and is based in Dublin, New Hampshire, United States. It is a bimonthly magazine devoted to New England travel, home, food and features. With a paid circulation of 317,000 and a total readership of nearly 2 million, it is published by Yankee Publishing Incorporated (YPI), one of the few remaining family-owned and independent magazine publishers in the United States. This was the first book they published with a collection of over 265 hearty, home-style dishes ranging from soups and stews to meats, seafood, game, and desserts. The recipes are easy to follow and include such New England favorites as Parker House Rolls, Oyster Stew, Boston Baked Beans, rock Cornish Game Hens, Jonny cake, Cider Sherbert, Deviled Crab, and Strawberry Shortcake. there are northeast Indian recipes (such as "Henry Melix's Wampanoag Clam Pie") and tips on such regional specialties as lobster, cornbread, venison, rabbit, and cooking with snow. In addition to its complete, step-by-step cooking instructions with special tips and hints from some of New England's most experienced cook, THE YANKEE MAGAZINE COOKBOOK is filled with information about New England's cherished cooking. What is scrod? What is the difference between slumps, grunts, and pan-dowdys? What's the old-fashioned way to clarify stock? Where did chowder come from?: This is a cookbook with that distinctive Yankee accent, salted with old-fashioned line-cuts and with the anecdotes, aphorisms, folklore, and history that characterize "Yankee" magazine - a combination that makes for good reading, as well as good eating.
Specifications of The Yankee magazine cookbook
|Publisher||Harper & Row|
|Number Of Pages||195|
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