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FINE COOKING, based in Newtown Connecticut, features friendly, hands-on advice from America's culinary experts and provides inspiration and how-to information that enables cooks of all levels to be more confident and creative in the kitchen.

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Taunton Press (September 4, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1600858279
  • ISBN-13: 978-1600858277
  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 7 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #898,839 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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This paperback book called "Thanksgiving Cookbook" is identical to the 2007 hard-cover cookbook by the same publisher, which is entitled "How to Cook A Turkey." The titles and covers are different, but the content is the same.
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I always wanted an all-encompassing cookbook with favorites for Thanksgiving, so I was happy I got a chance to read/review this one. I am happy to say that I liked it so much that I ordered a print copy (which arrived today). I Love it.

From the editors of Fine Cooking Magazine, this book was originally released in 2012. Some of the topics covered in this one are: avoiding dinner disasters (like a frozen bird); helpful techniques; make a head strategies; (6) different ways to cook a turkey; leftover and recipe options and a baking section.

There are lots of appetizers to try: I'm planning on trying: Crostini with Beef and horseradish cream, and a Cranberry and Pear salsa from this book. I also will experiment with a few new sides before Thanksgiving and a Triple Chocolate Cheesecake.

There are also plenty of soups, salads and gravies; many veggie dishes and sides; different kinds of potato, stuffing and gravy options and desserts to die for -- pies, tarts and more. I liked the section on "continuing the feast", with plenty of ideas for leftovers as well.

Great illustrations and simple to understand recipes for even novice cooks. Worth Buying.
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My best recipes come from Fine Cooking, but didn't see much I like in this book, it is more the modern style of cooking. If you are looking for a great cheesecake recipe or instructions go to their web page
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These were such a good price that I bought enough for my friends to use as table favors for our fall gathering. I'm going to wrap a fall ribbon around them, attach some fall leaves and a pine cone.. i think they will be pleased - I sure am. Great buy, great book.
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Turkey time is coming for people in the United States with Thanksgiving… is it time to find a few new recipes for the main meal as well as what to do with the inevitable afters? Of course, you don't need to be American to possibly find much of interest in this book!

Guidance is given at the start for those who have not had to host a Thanksgiving feast, yet it could be worth casting an eye over for everybody as it might yield a few hints, tips or new ideas that you hadn't considered before. Then it is straight onto the recipes, split between appetisers; soups, salads and cranberry sauce; turkey, stuffing and gravy; vegetables; potatoes & grains; pies & tarts: desserts and finally what to do with the remains… You need to look through this book sequentially at least once to get the most out of it as some of the hints and tips can be found tucked in-between recipes and thus easy to overlook if you are not careful.

This book was particularly interesting to this reviewer, who has never celebrated a Thanksgiving feast but as a Brit Turkey is a traditional Christmas Day staple, as there were many new and quite exciting recipes to try. Of course, if you have a family tradition of only making your meal in a certain way you might overcome some resistance but it could be worth a try! In fact many of these recipes will be eminently suitable for any time of the year so it is unfortunate that many might just pull this book out for Thanksgiving and not consult it again for another 11-and-a-half months.

The recipes are very clearly written, informative and take things in a logical, structured manner including telling you what to make ahead of time and when.
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I'm still digging magnificent recipes out of this, and I didn't bother to review it for months. This is a marvelous book and a wonderful resource. It's basically the only Holiday cookbook you'd ever need. I highly recommend it!
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Maybe you look forward to Thanksgiving with dread. Perhaps you'd rather suffer dental surgery than take to the kitchen to prepare an extensive, complicated holiday meal. Maybe you do everything possible to ingratiate yourself with family or friends so you can be the guest and not the host or hostess ... not responsible for all those time-consuming preparations.

Or maybe you love the holidays and start counting down to Thanksgiving and Christmas with the Christmas-in-July sales events. You're the one who opens the doors of your home and your kitchen to a dozen or more guests with whom you're thrilled to share the flavorful, hard-won fruits of your labors. You spend all year collecting new recipes to use and squirreling away appropriate decorations to whip out the moment Halloween is over.

Good news: I have a Thanksgiving cookbook (though recipes can apply to any time of the year and any holiday) that addresses both of you.

The editors of Fine Cooking present the FINE COOKING THANKSGIVING COOKBOOK, your one-stop save for new recipe ideas, step-by-step how-to instructions, innumerable tips, and wisdom for what to do if something should go wrong.

Consider it the only cookbook you'll ever need for all the Thanksgiving basics, from how big a turkey you'll need to what to do with the giblets (yes, you'll learn what those are, too, if you're unfamiliar). Thanksgiving will never be so simple.

Follow the carefully crafted directions, so detailed and approachable and so chock full of things to remember and watch for that even a beginning cook will be able to tackle any of the recipes, to create any of the included recipes (and there are dozens from which to choose).
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