Thanksgiving (groseille Patch Classics Cook, brochures, n ° 6)

Thanksgiving (groseille Patch Classics Cook, brochures, n ° 6)

 Thanksgiving (groseille Patch Classics Cook, brochures, n ° 6)

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    3 Responses to Thanksgiving (groseille Patch Classics Cook, brochures, n ° 6)

    1. Em says:
      7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
      4.0 out of 5 stars
      From a non-cook, October 14, 2011
      By 
      Em

      Looking through this cookbook, I realized that I can’t think of anything that I have at Thanksgiving dinner that isn’t somewhere in this book. In fact, with turkey and ham recipes, I think any holiday meal could be prepared from this selection. From cider& tea, to breakfast sweets, to baked casserole sides, clear through pie & what to do with leftovers, this book has some of everything. These recipes do include some level of pre-packaged convenience, things like pound cake mix, frozen shredded hash browns, canned pumpkin). The ingredients are pretty straightforward – lots of milk, butter, flour & eggs. Leeks, and orange/lemon zest are about the most untypical ingredients I could find.

      If I had to find something to improve, it would be an occasional lack of detail in the instructions. Cinnamon rolls, for example: “Let dough rise in a lightly oiled bowl until double in bulk.” How long does that take? Should I make the dough the night before? Does it go in the fridge, or on the counter, do I cover it, or leave it uncovered? I imagine that anyone who has ever made something with yeast in it might know the answer to those questions, but as a non-cook, I’d love to have a little more detail.

      Also included are several quick n easy tips, that remind me a little of Martha Stewart. “Hollowed-out artichokes make beautiful votives!” “Create a cornucopia of fruits, nuts, colorful leaves and dried herbs in a big wooden bowl… a quick & easy Autumn centerpiece.”

      All in all, it looks like a pretty good cookbook for a novice cook. A great starting point for preparing any holiday dinner.

      Recipes: Pumpkin Coffeecake, Cinnamon Rolls, Spiced Apple Tea, Orange Apple Cider, Glazed Sliced Pecans, Pumpkin Dip (cream cheese dip for apples), Cheesy Cauliflower, Baked Cream Corn, Yam & Apple Bake, Vanilla-Glazed Sweet Potatoes, Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Roast Turkey & Gravy, Apple Cider Turkey, Herbed Rice Pilaf, Make-Ahead Dinner Rolls, Triple Cranberry Sauce, Cranberry Relish, Homestyle Stuffing, Green Bean Supreme, Heavenly Potatoes, Cheddar Biscuits with Garlic Butter, Country Glazed Ham, Creamy Butternut Soup, Pumpkin Farmer’s Casserole, Banana & Walnut Bread, Perfectly Pecan Pie, Maple Indian Pudding, Harvest Apple Cheesecake, Sweet Pumpkin Bread, Caramel Brownies, Old Fashioned Spicy Pumpkin Pie, Cinnamon Hot Chocolate, Chocolate-Chip Oatmeal Cookies, Day-After Turkey Muffin Cups, Ham ‘n Turkey Casserole, Turkey Rice Casserole, Turkey Pot Pie, Hearty Turkey Soup

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    2. Kimberly McCallie "Kim - A Well-Seasoned Life... says:
      15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
      4.0 out of 5 stars
      Get in the mood for Thanksgiving!, October 10, 2011
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      From Thanksgiving morning breakfast to ideas for leftovers, this little book packs in a lot of delicious-looking recipes. I’m a fan of Thanksgiving side dishes so I’m attracted to the herbed rice pilaf and the creamy corn casserole. I love the idea of homemade cranberry sauce and this book contains two recipes for the sauce. I’m really in the mood for Thanksgiving now.

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    3. Serene says:
      30 of 32 people found the following review helpful
      4.0 out of 5 stars
      Nice, small cookbook, May 6, 2011
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      Serene (Marina, CA, United States) –
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      Gooseberry Patch is one of my favorite companies. A while back, they often produced little cookbooks on a variety of topics. This is one of them. If you are expecting a large book, be forewarned, there are only 24 selected recipes in this book. The Kindle version, however is nicely formatted with good hyperlinks to each recipe, and cute clip art added to make the pages look less barren.

      While I didn’t find a lot that I was eager to cook in this booklet, I do think the Pumpkin Coffeecake sounds really good and I have bookmarked it, and it is certainly worth a gaze if you are looking for inspiration for thanksgiving.

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