The funny things is that we Europeans hardly ever look for new recipes towards America. The late Antoine Beaudain (I don't know if I wrote his name right) changed all that, at least for me. I new about the creo aspects of American cooking, but when I started reading the American woman's cook book, I new I stroke GOLD. The book is easy and fun to read. Anyone interested in more variation in her/his kitchen, should read this book and join the group of fans.
December 15, 2009 Subject:
American Woman's Cook Book (1939)
This is the book my mother lived by when it came to cooking for the family "army" when all 30 of them showed up for the Christmas Eve Party at our house. Her two sisters had this book as well, so they did some of the cooking and baking to keep Mom from having to do all the cooking in her tiny kitchen. And, as for entertaining, this book still has it all when it comes to table settings and where the water and wine glasses have to go