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A Parchment Paper Thanksgiving: A Holiday Sampler Menu from the Parchment Paper Cookbook [Kindle Edition]

Brette Sember
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Book Description

Forget those dirty pots and pans this holiday season - getting a great turkey dinner on the table is as easy as pie with parchment paper! In A Parchment Paper Thanksgiving award-winning author and food writer Brette Sember shows you how parchment paper cooking can revolutionize the way you cook a holiday feast. Save time, money, and sanity!



Product Details

  • File Size: 220 KB
  • Print Length: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Adams Media (November 10, 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0065KVEAE
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #238,775 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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38 of 44 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars This is more of a sampler, with 7 recipes in all November 16, 2011
By Lauren
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Note: I have edited my review somewhat, as the author/publisher of the cookbook has updated the preview, so it now shows the actual Thanksgiving mini-cook-book you will get, instead of the full-size one that was previously pictured. Thank you, Hiya, for updating the photo - I think that makes a difference in people's expectations. Glad to know someone "was listening"

I was pretty excited when I saw this up for free for Kindle, as I have recently started using parchment paper for my baking (LOVE it! Breads, buns, cookies, bars, all work GREAT with parchment paper and there is almost no clean-up!)

This book seems to be a kind of "sampler" version of the full-size cook by the same author, here: The Parchment Paper Cookbook: 180 Healthy, Fast, Delicious Dishes!. It includes 7 recipes in all (see list below). Most seem to lean towards the "gourmet" type dishes, more than the basic, somewhat simple "Old-fashioned" Thanksgiving dishes that are more traditional.

The info on folding parchment paper and making little packets with it, to use for cooking even "wet" dishes is very helpful and a great technique that I will try with some of my own recipes, as I love the no-mess, minimal clean-up that you have when you cook with parchment paper.

I think my kids (even though they're teen-agers!) might enjoy getting their own little "packet" of food, just for something a little different, and kind of fun - almost like a camping trip/cook-out, but am fairly sure that they (and myself and husband as well) wouldn't be so crazy about most of the recipes (except for, perhaps, the Rustic Apple Tart and Easy Indian Corn Pudding.
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16 of 24 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Free is a good thing November 16, 2011
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I picked up this Kindle recipe book when it was offered for free. Thank goodness I didn't pay even the nominal 99 cents --- but since this offering appears to be a teaser for "The Parchment Paper Cookbook" with 180 recipes, it will save me the cost of THAT book ($9.87 for the Kindle version on today's amazon dot com)

There are seven recipes in this free offering . . . 1 appetizer, 1 turkey, 4 side dishes, and 1 dessert. However, what the author offers in this book is a way for cooks to look outside of how they may normally do a recipe and incorporate parchment paper. While I think that's a great idea, it is perhaps worthy of a blog entry, I'm not sure that it needs a "cookbook" --- especially when the only difference between these recipes and something one might find in one of the many wonderful foodie/cooking blogs is "place parchment paper on a baking sheet" or "cover a baking sheet with a piece of parchment paper". Also, I think there should be a reference back to the instructions in the front of the book for the recipes that end with "fold the parchment and bake for xx minutes" --- otherwise one is left wondering "fold how?"

The recipes look interesting, although in the "sweet potatoes gone light" the author calls them "sweet potatoes" in both the title and the ingredients list, but then refers to them as "yams" in the instructions. Many cooks WILL know that "sweet potatoes" and "yams" are interchangeable in recipes, but this could be confusing to a novice cook.

Again, this book was free, so it may (or may not) be worth the download . . . I think that it will probably go to my archives and not reside on my Kindle --- and in the meantime, I think I'll head over to David Lebovitz, the Bitten Word, Annie's Eats or one of the many other food blogs that I have bookmarked for some ideas. I did a quick google before posting this review, and find that the author does have a blog . . . you may want to check it out at nopotcooking dot com.
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3.0 out of 5 stars It wasn't what I was expecting August 8, 2013
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It could have been better but what can you expect for something that is free. I haven't tried any of the recipes because none of them appealed to me.
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5.0 out of 5 stars loved it December 29, 2012
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Great book and very informative.
Book is written well with ability to keep the reader interested in the many topics.
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3.0 out of 5 stars A Parchment Paper THANKSGIVING by Brette Sember November 21, 2012
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A Parchment Paper THANKSGIVING by Brette Sember
A Holiday Sampler Menu from the Parchment Paper Cookbook
Recipes are for the big Thanksgiving dinner and how using parchment paper the cleanup is so easy. Recipes for a family of
four are included and a bit different than the traditional side dishes.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Modern vs. Traditional recipes April 10, 2012
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I downloaded the book for my Kindle I-Pad Version.
At first glance, and then make the first general reading, I must say that recipes have been published "modern" for the day of thanksgiving, and this has advantages and disadvantages, depending on the audience that consumes it. Muchoas I have friends who prefer traditional meals for these dates, but surely there will be people who like to change some traditions. The time and sales to determine where the balance is tilted.

They develop some useful techniques. For example, the way it explains the use of baking parchment paper (parchment paper).

It would be nice a further description. Not because some authors still do not explain the content of the books they publish.

Let's clear we want to know what you are buying before you pay.

Recipes that my children will never eat:
Appetizers Spinach Artichoke Pie
Turkey with tarragon, rosemary and cranberries
Brussels sprouts with pumpkin seed oil and walnuts
Roasted carrots, parsnips, and Rutabaga with Maple Syrup
Sweet Lite Gone
Rustic Apple Tart
Indian Corn Pudding easy

Some recipes may be useful, but the content and layout of the book, description, and other elements can be greatly improved.
Lots of text and few pictures.
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More About the Author

Brette Sember is a former attorney and author of more than 40 books about topics such as food (The Parchment Paper Cookbook, The Organized Kitchen, and The Muffin Tin Cookbook), parenting (How to Parent with Your Ex, Unmarried with Children), travel (The Gluten-Free Guide to Travel), business (the Essential Supervisor's Handbook, Bad Apples: How to Manage Difficult Employees), credit (The Complete Credit Repair Kit), health (Plus-Size Pregnancy, The Practical Pregnancy Planner), seniors' right (The Complete Legal Guide to Senior Care, Seniors' Rights) and divorce (The Complete Divorce Guide, The No-Fight Divorce Book, The Divorce Organizer & Planner). She is also co-author of several textbooks.

Sember is also a ghostwriter, book doctor, social media manager, editor, and content provider.

Her web site is www.BretteSember.com. She blogs at http://PuttingItAllontheTable.com.

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