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Canal House Cooking Volume N° 2: Fall & Holiday [Kindle Edition]

Christopher Hirsheimer , Melissa Hamilton
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)

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Book Description

CANAL HOUSE COOKING, VOLUME N° 2, FALL & HOLIDAY is filled with recipes that will make you want to run into the kitchen and start cooking. It is a collection of our favorite fall and holiday recipes. We are home cooks writing about home cooking for other home cooks. Our recipes are easy to prepare, and completely doable for the novice and experienced cook alike. Foods of the holidays are classics, tied to tradition and memory. We cook our grandmothers’, aunts’, and mothers’ recipes to bring them to life and invite the people we miss to the table again. For us, it wouldn’t be a holiday without Neenie’s Sourdough-Sage Stuffing, or Jim’s Roast Capon, or Peggy’s Grand Marnier Soufflé. But no matter what your menu, the most important thing is to join together for a meal and share the intimacy of the table.     

Canal House Cooking, Volume N° 2, Fall & Holiday is the second book of our award-winning series of seasonal recipes. We publish three volumes a year: Summer, Fall & Holiday, and Winter & Spring, each filled with delicious recipes for you from us. Cook all year long with Canal House Cooking!

72 delicious triple-tested recipes

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  • Editorial Reviews

    Review

    Canal House Cooking, now in its second of three issues per year, is a serialized cookbook, one that comprises unpretentious but inspiring recipes, photographs, stories, and quotations that are well
    suited to the home cook who revels in the simple pleasures of the table, not to mention a good read by the fire.” — The Editors, Saveur

    “Usually when I see “charming” and “self-published” in the same sentence, I run quickly in the opposite direction. But Canal House Cooking, a charming new self-published cookbook by Christopher Hirsheimer and Melissa Hamilton, has me running to the kitchen instead.” —John Willoughby, Gourmet

    “Full of practical advice and handsome photography, this is just the kind of well-designed serial cookbook that an enthusiastic cook—seasoned or new—will treasure.”—Ed Behr, The Art of Eating

    About the Author

    Christopher Hirsheimer served as food and design editor for Metropolitan Home magazine, and was one of the founders of Saveur magazine, where she was executive editor. She is a writer and a photographer.

    Melissa Hamilton cofounded the restaurant Hamilton’s Grill Room in Lambertville, New Jersey, where she served as executive chef. She worked at Martha Stewart Living, Cook’s Illustrated, and at Saveur as the food editor.

    Product Details

    • File Size: 2602 KB
    • Print Length: 113 pages
    • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0615318304
    • Publisher: Canal House (July 19, 2011)
    • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
    • Language: English
    • ASIN: B005CORIAO
    • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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    • Word Wise: Not Enabled
    • Lending: Enabled
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #165,962 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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    21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    Format:Paperback
    When last we left Christopher Hirsheimer and Melissa Hamilton, they had triumphantly self-published Canal House Cooking Volume No. 1 --- and we had adopted it as our never-fail summer cookbook. Now our tans have faded, the leaves have fallen and they're back with Canal House Cooking Volume No. 2, the second of their three-times-yearly seasonal cookbooks.

    I could not be more surprised.

    For those just tuning in, the Hirsheimer/Hamilton collaboration is a classic, on the order of Lennon/McCartney --- they're completely complementary talents. Hirsheimer's photographs are food porn of the highest order; on the side of her photography career, she was executive editor of Saveur and co-authored four cookbooks. Hamilton co-founded our favorite restaurant in Lambertville, New Jersey, and worked with Martha Stewart and Cook's Illustrated. In 2007, they acquired a red brick studio overlooking a canal in Lambertville --- just across the river from the artist-and-tourist colony of New Hope, Pennsylvania --- and became missionaries for a special brand of cookbook: "home cooking, by home cooks for home cooks."

    In No. 1, the ingredients are few and the recipes are simple. With reason: They're working largely with vegetables in season. The surprise of No. 2 is that it's a seasonal book, and the season is filled with holidays --- Thanksgiving, Christmas & New Year's. And that calls for them to trade jeans for party frocks and get a little...fancy.

    The good news: They have not forgotten their mantra. There may be more ingredients, there may be more steps in the preparation, but the results are out of all proportion to the effort. And there are plenty of entry-level recipes that are pure home cooking: turkey, cranberry sauce, sweet potato pie.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Very down-to-earth December 21, 2011
    By S. Dahl
    Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
    I wasn't sure what to expect, as I have never seen Canal House Cooking before. However, I was very pleased to find detailed recipes for a wide variety of foods as well as menus for both Thanksgiving and Christmas feasts. The recipes do not require lots of trips to tiny specialty markets - they rely on staples that are reliably found in most full sized grocery stores (or your garden!). Some recipes have pictures...but I do wish every recipe had a photograph. All in all it was a great find and I am pleased with the down-to-earth nature of this cookbook.
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    27 of 36 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars I REALLY wanted to like this cookbook, but.... September 27, 2012
    By Mary
    Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
    Let me start off by saying my husand and I are 47 and 41 years old, respectively. I am a vegetarian (no poultry, fish or seafood, but I am not a vegan), and my husband is a meat eater. We have no children, and like to entertain, often trying out new recipes and using our guests as "guinea pigs". While we are certainly not high-class gourmet chefs, we can be adventurous in our food choices and are usually pretty successful in creating delicious cuisine. I have been searching for a new cookbook to give me new inspiration. I had never heard of the Canal House Cookbooks, until I was reading a magazine interview with a known celebrity, and she thought these books were the best thing since sliced bread! After following up with the reviews on Amazon, I figured I couldn't go wrong. I received the book last week, sat down with a cup of tea on my comfy couch, ready to be inspired by the recipes and dazzled by the amazing photography that supposedly graced this book. I really, really wanted to like it. But, I was majorly disappointed. The book started off good, with the Welcome to Canal House page. Very descriptive, I could picture myself in this kitchen, with the wood stove burning, overlooking the canal, delicicious aromas coming from the apartment sized old-fashioned stove...you get the picture. The first "chapter" is a 2 page read called Getting Drunk, by Coleman Andrews. I have no idea who Coleman Andrews is, and wasn't sure if the story was supposed to be funny, or factual or both, but it basically was about his drinking habits, alcohol in general, how it feels to be drunk, driving drunk, the smell of liquor, etc. I just didnt' "get" the whole article, and the 2 cocktail receipes that followed, were not appealing to me (Negroni and Jack Manhattan). Read more ›
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent November 15, 2011
    Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
    This was my first Canal House book and I was very pleased with the recipes featured. It's a very warm book and I appreciated the way it was bound, which makes it easier to travel with. Great book, looking forward to all future volumes!!
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    5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent addition to my cookbook collection September 22, 2010
    By indiana
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    Canal House Cooking is like having a best friend who is a fabulous cook and shares her recipes with you!
    The recipe using duck eggs was the first I have ever seen anything about using them, and we have plenty every spring.
    My only critism is that I would have liked the book to lay flat when opened for ease of use when cooking.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars Okay June 21, 2013
    Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
    I like this book but don't love it. The recipes all sound wonderful the book just doesnt engage me the way many of my favorites do.
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    4.0 out of 5 stars An honest cookbook :) December 11, 2014
    By roxiNet
    Format:Kindle Edition
    What an honest cookbook! It's simple and straightforward from beginning to the very end. Home cooks writing for home cooks is so appreciated - I loved a few recipes so far (making them) - my favorites Rosti & Pommes Ana since I can't seem to be creative when it comes to potatoes! I also want to try most recipes, especially the duck recipes because I can never seem to find simple ones except for Canal House. Including a chapter called "Pears, apples & chocolate" (how can you go wrong?!) made this cookbook really exciting for me to study :)
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