Canadian Living Cooks Step By Step by Daphna Rabinovitch

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Cuisine Canada Cookbook of the Year 2000

Developed, tested and perfected in the Canadian Living Test Kitchen, Canadian Living™ Cooks Step-by-Step introduces home cooks of all levels to a world of flavours, techniques, methods and ingredients. This one-of-a-kind cookbook contains a selection of fabulous new recipes, fully illustrated cooking lessons, entertaining ideas, nutritional tips, recipe analysis, menu plans, short-cuts, charts, substitution boxes and a glossary.

With diverse and flavourful recipes such as Mushroom Red Pepper Puffs and Gazpacho, Smoky Tex-Mex Ribs, Salmon Strudels and Easy Garden Risotto, you'll find dishes for everything from quick family suppers to elegant dinner parties -- and a spectacular array of dessert recipes such as Orange Crème Brulee, Tarte Tatin and Chocolate Banana Cake.

Each of the 80 cooking lessons is illustrated with carefully selected step-by-step photographs, invaluable for novice cooks, but useful too for experienced cooks who will delight in having difficult techniques demystified. Master the art of rolling sushi, piping choux pastry or folding phyllo. Find out the difference between grilling and broiling, braising and poaching.

A Canadian Living™ cookbook is always a delight and this one is no exception.
 

About Daphna Rabinovitch

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Daphna Rabinovitch has been with Canadian Living™ for ten years, first as Test Kitchen Director, and since 1997, as Associate Food Director. She is also one of the hosts of Canadian Living Cooks, now showing on Food Network Canada.
 
Published January 1, 1999 by Telemedia Publishing / Random House Canada.
Genres: Cooking.
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