The Best American Recipes 2001-2002 by Fran McCullough

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The Best American Recipes has rapidly gained respect as the most discriminating, inspiring, and genuinely useful collection available — truly the year’s best. This volume ranges further afield than ever, and with glorious results. Series editor Fran McCullough turns to a health insurance newsletter for a versatile side dish, to a women’s magazine for a family supper, to a travel Web site for a spectacular brunch, and to all the leading cookbooks and magazines.
 

About Fran McCullough

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Fran McCullough has been an editor at Harper and Row, Dial Press, and Bantam, where she discovered such major cookbook authors as Deborah Madison, Diana Kennedy, Paula Wolfert, Martha Rose Shulman, and Colman Andrews. She is a coauthor of Great Food Without Fuss, which won a James Beard Award, and the author of the best-selling Low-Carb Cookbook, The Good Fat Cookbook, and Living Low-Carb.
 
Published October 30, 1999 by Rux Martin/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. 228 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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The second volume in this new series starts out with a snappy list of the year's trends in food that names the potato Vegetable of the Year and slow roasting the hottest technique. Recipes, drawn

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