Cooking Under Cover by Linda Griffith
One-Pot Wonders- A Treasury of Soups, Stews, Braises and Casseroles

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Once considered humble fare, braised lamb shanks, richly flavored French Stew, and spicy Cajan gumbos have become cornerstones of sophisticated restaurant menus. At home, too, whether for family or company, few dinners are easier or more welcome than a one-pot meal, which can bubble along unattended and be served in the same dish. This mouthwatering collection by the James Beard Award-winning authors of the bestseller Onions, Onions, Onions contains over 200 stylish recipes for everything from appetizers to deserts.

About Linda Griffith

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Linda Griffith, a food and wine writer, makes regular TV and radio appearances, and her articles appear in such magazines as Food & Wine. She lives in Cleveland, Ohio. Linda and Fred Griffith are the authors of five previous cookbooks, including "Onions, Onions, Onions," winner of a James Beard Award, "Cooking Under Cover, "and "Garlic, Garlic," "Garlic," Linda Griffith writes regularly about food and wine and also conducts a food and wine forum on Cleveland Live, a major Web site promoting northeastern Ohio. Fred Griffith has done more live television than anyone in history. His two-hour program," Morning Exchange," ran for twenty-seven years in Cleveland. He continues to do daily television, writes a newspaper column, and speaks often on public issues. They live in Cleveland, Ohio. Richardson is an award-winning photographer.
Published October 15, 1996 by Houghton Mifflin. 352 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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