U.S.A. Cookbook by Sheila Lukins

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After traveling across the country for three years, Sheila Lukins, the co-author of The Silver Palate cookbooks and The New Basics Cookbook and author of All Around the World Cookbook, set to work tasting, interpreting, and making magic in over 600 recipes. Here are Mashed Yukon Golds, a Stovetop Clambake, Vegetable Jambalaya, Bing Cherry Chutney, Peachy Keen Pie. Quesadillas with duck and caramelized onions, a burger stuffed with Maytag blue cheese, gazpacho made with both fresh and roasted vegetables, crab cakes sumptuous with lobster meat, orange zest, and mace. It's a star-spangled celebration.


About Sheila Lukins

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Sheila Lukins is one of America's best-known and best-loved food writers. She was cofounder of The Silver Palate take-out shop, which inspired a series of cookbooks and food products that changed the way we eat. She is the food editor of "Parade" magazine and lives in New York City. Peter Kaminsky is the author of Fishing for Dummies and The Fly Fisherman's Guide to the Meaning of Life. He has published in dozens of mainstream and outdoor periodicals, from The New York Times to Field & Stream. He lives in Brooklyn, New York. Photographer Melanie Acevedo lives and works in New York City. She loves to cook, eat, and photograph food (especially Italian).
Published January 4, 1997 by Workman Publishing Company. 624 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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Following up 1994's All Around the World Cookbook, the energetic Lukins, coauthor of the Silver Palate cookbooks, here assembles some 600 domestic recipes, collected during 50 trips around the country.

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