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The Everything Cast-Iron Cookbook

Cinnamon Cooper

Publisher: Everything

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Summary

Every chef worth her skillet knows cast iron beats nonstick every time! In The Everything Cast-Iron Cookbook, you'll learn how easy it is to create healthy and delicious recipes with these versatile pans. Food writer and cast-iron enthusiast Cinnamon Cooper shows you how to make 300 mouth-watering recipes, including:Quinoa and Beef-Stuffed Acorn SquashSeared and Roasted Pork BellySmoked Turkey ChiliRoasted Tomatillo and Green Chili SauceIcelandic Sugar-Glazed PotatoesShrimp and Avocado Pasta with a Tequila Tomato SauceFresh Fig MuffinsUpside-Down Apple Pie From fried chicken as scrumptious as Grandma's to spicy exotic Palak Paneer, these recipes will satisfy all year long. And this cookbook guides you though purchasing, seasoning, and cleaning your cast-iron pans. Cooking with cast iron proves what once was old is new again!
Available since: 05/18/2010.
Print length: 306 pages.

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