103 of 106 people found the following review helpful
on May 8, 1999
This cookbook is perfect for any casserole lover! The chapters include, "Hearty Meat Casseroles", "Chicken and Seafood Casseroles", "International Favorites", "Side Dishes and Vegetables", "Soup-Er Easy", "Can Do Casseroles", and "Breakfast and Brunch". The recipes not only taste great, but they are easy to make! You'll have a hard time deciding which casserole to make first! I have over 300 cookbooks, and this one is definitely one of my favorites!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on September 29, 2005
This is one of a series of very fine cookbooks in the "Nitty Gritty" line. They may be familiar to owners of bread machines (I got one included in mine which is how I learned about these fine little books). CASSEROLES is a great addition and can usually produce a suprisingly good meal with suprisingly little work! The recipes are clear, straight-forward, and use things that are usually on hand. And when you get visitors, they will minimize the time in the kitchen while maximizing times with guests. As a result I have had to give away several copies to friends who keep asking "...how did you make that great chicken"? And the easy answer is see page 116!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on February 9, 2014
It's a casserole...but that doesn't mean it has to suck. No these are basic recipes and have a good start...I would recommend immediately modifying some of them to suit your needs, but the foundation of the casserole and necessary ingredients are here and will get you started in making your own versions that will satisfy your taste buds. I've added noodles to non-noodle dishes and changed up the veggie additions in others depending on what's on hand...all in all good stuff.