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Mary Engelbreit's Fan Fare Cookbook: 120 Family Favorite Recipes Hardcover-spiral – June 8, 2010
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The section pages are all the same artwork and there is scattered art throughout. I find the format and colors very appealing.
The sections are as follows:
appetizers & beverages
breakfasts & breads
soups & stews
salads & sides
main dishes (perhaps too many chicken dishes)
desserts...all in all a sizable collection of family-tried-and-true recipes!
This is a nice cookbook for both young and old chefs.
Fan Fare is accented by Mary's colorful and delightful drawings, which makes the Fan Fare Cookbook extra charming. There is a wide range of recipes, including oldies but goodies, such as Old Settler's Beans or new trends, like the 5 Minute Mug Cake, perfect for "sudden chocolate cravings". My favorite meal to make from Fan Fare is Beef Barley Soup, Pumpkin Bread and Lemon Squares for dessert. All of the recipes are delicious and I know many of them will be come my own family traditions, too!
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I thought there would be more of Marys pictures but there is not ;/Published 15 months ago by Chelsea Martin
Huge ME fan. I bought this for a friend's Christmas present who is another ME fan and I was absolutely delighted.Published on January 17, 2014 by Florence L Portera
I not only enjoy the recipes in this book, but the illustrations are wonderful. Have a few of Mary's books and I'm never disappointed.Published on January 7, 2013 by Sandy Kring