Love Of Cooking: 4th of July (Love of Cooking: Holiday Series) Kindle Edition
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Some of the recipes you will find in this cookbook include:
Easy Pulled Pork Mag's Fav
Aunt Sharon's Mac and Cheese
Candy Filled Brownies
The Zesty Grilled Chicken is simply boneless, skinless chicken breasts and a bottle of Italian Dressing. The recipe has been featured in Kraft advertising for at least 20 years.
The Kickin' Party Mix sounds horrid. Oyster crackers, Cheez-Its, roasted peanuts and pretzels mixed with two packages of ranch dressing mix and two cups of canola oil, then left to soak up the oil for two and a half hours.
Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies calls for margarine, as do Candy-Filled Brownies. Apparently they didn't get the memo about the margarine.
The Easy Pulled Pork and the Joann's Brisket sound interesting. I'm pretty picky about both of those things, and I smoke them which is a very time-consuming job. However, the authors make the point that both of these dishes can be cooked ahead of time, the pork in a slow-cooker and the brisket in the oven, and won't take up room on the grill when it is needed for other things. I can see how helpful that would be for a large gathering.
The Peach Cobbler recipe called for two cups of fresh peaches, and a total of two cups of sugar. To me that sounds like an awful lot of sugar for that dessert.
The Spiced Tea Punch sounds pretty good, and the Red, White & Bleu Chip Dip sounds delicious.
There are no pictures and no nutritional information but most of the recipes have reasonably clear instructions.
I have already made the Broccoli and Raisin Salad and it was delicious. I was looking for a good recipe to use broccoli in salad and this one is simple, easy and best of all it tastes great. I will certainly be making it again, not just for July 1st!
Then I spotted a recipe for peach cobbler and realized I hadn't made one of those for years so decided to try out Maggie's version. It was superb. My husband thought he'd died and gone to heaven eating it. And he reminded me that I shouldn't wait so long before making one again. I can highly recommend that recipe for sure.
All Maggie's recipes are excellent. She puts such care into developing her books and recipes and I have tried many of them and they have all been great recpies. They are easy to make and delicious to eat...now that's a winning combination.
If you want to have a great 4th of July celebration, get this book. If you just like good recipes then it's a great book to own.
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But it's annoying that they for e you to review a book when u haven't started reading it yet- in order to read it so that rates it one star so far.Published on March 16, 2013 by Mom in NJ
When I found this cookbook back in June I was determined to make a recipe for the 4th of July. So the recipe I made today was the Classic Cheese Ball although I adapted it to make... Read morePublished on July 4, 2012 by Rebecca of Amazon
With lots of cookbooks in the store, I wondered what is new that I would get from Magies book. Well, I was up for a suprise. Read morePublished on July 4, 2012 by Lubowa.M.Planet
Every time Maggie Brooks publishes a new book, I grab it. The reason I grab it is because her recipes are not the same old same old ones that you find in a lot of cookbooks. Read morePublished on June 23, 2012 by Kat
Made the chedder & bacon stuffed burger today for lunch and man was that good. Going to make them up for Fathers Day when everybody gets together.Published on June 12, 2012 by sheepfarmer