New York Times Heritage Cookbook: Over 2,000 of America’s Favorite Recipes

Contains more than 2,100 authentic heirloom recipes from six different regions of the United States, and highlights such tasty dishes as Louisiana Shrimp Gumbo, Cape Cod Clam Chowder, Pan-Fried Oregon Trout, and Pennsylvania Dutch Shoofly Pie.

Contains more than 2,100 authentic heirloom recipes from six different regions of the United States, and highlights such tasty dishes as Louisiana Shrimp Gumbo, Cape Cod Clam Chowder, Pan-Fried Oregon Trout, and Pennsylvania Dutch Shoofly Pie.

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James N. Palik says:

An old favorite An old favorite with many useful recipes.

VW says:

Ten Stars! If I had to choose a cookbook to take with me to a desert island, the NY Times Heritage Cookbook would be on the short list. I have used my copy since the 1980s. The cover is gone and also some of the pages. And it has split in two and is held together with a rubber band. If I ever want a chili to take to a potluck, this book has the perfect recipe. I should say “recipes.” In fact, there are multiple recipes for anything you can think of. Thank you Cleto Hernandez and Nelson! I have made Veronica’s Christmas cookies every year since I bought the book and am baking some as I write this review (It is May. I freeze them until Christmas, to avoid last minute stress) I have often wondered who Veronica is, I would so like to thank her. I have also made the Banana Fruitcakes every year. I soak them in sherry and people have actually asked for second cakes! I have even adapted it for my diabetic friend. The list of thank yous goes on and on and on… In any case, I was delighted to…

Christine DeGroate says:

Book came quickly and was in very good condition. For the book For the seller:Book came quickly and was in very good condition.For the book: It is worth buying for some of the recipies and the history that goes with them. Traditional recipies from around the world adapted to where the imigrants settled here in the States. At one point it goes into detail on how to kill your chickens and wild game. When reading you realize that there was no waste with food. Everything was utilized.

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