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Grandma's Simple Cookbook:OMG EZ 120 Recipes (English Edition) von [Montanye, Mary Jo]
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Discover How Grandma Kept It Simple Using These EZ Recipes & Basic Ingredients Found In Every Kitchen!


Grandma's Simple Cookbook delivers 120 easy to follow recipes from a generation raised to value time spent in the kitchen with friends and family. 

Pass on the legacy, equip the next generation with the key to the kitchen. Encourage restoration of JOY in the kitchen with these EZ Recipes!


Produktinformation

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 246 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 132 Seiten
  • Verlag: Mary Jo Montanye (23. Februar 2013)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00BKNAYS4
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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HASH(0xa00ff5b8) von 5 Sternen YUM, YUM! 9. März 2013
Von The RioB Family - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I am in love with this cookbook. First of all, the beginning of the book holds sweet sentiments and valuable tricks of cooking southern food. It begins with a dedication to the author's grandmother who sounds like a wonderful, lovable woman. Apparently she passed along the art of EASY southern cooking to this author, along with many of these awesome recipes. The book then goes into some really great tricks of cooking southern food. It's kinda like having a coach right in the kitchen with you.
Now, for the heart of the matter - the recipes. It does not disappoint! This book is stuffed full of delightful southern recipes - you'll never run out of fun things to try in your kitchen. The recipes are presented in an easy to follow manner, which is really important for me, since I'm not the world's most experienced cook. From sweets to relish to southern sides and main dishes (and MORE) this has it all. Really one of the best southern cookbooks I've come across.
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HASH(0xa2ce530c) von 5 Sternen Some Good Recipes, Some Incomplete, and Some Dangerous Ones 12. August 2014
Von Nyssa - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
The recipes in this book were supposedly handed down from grandmother to granddaughter and then later transcribed into this book. Looking at the ingredients lists and instructions, I can well believe this.

The book starts out with remembrances of the author's grandmother plus some handed-down wisdom about a few spices and herbs. Tucked at the end of this section is a translation of the oven temperatures from slow, moderate, and so forth used in the recipes into actual temperature ranges in Fahrenheit degrees and a note that when the recipes refer to sweet or rich milk, that whole milk should be used. It would have been less confusing simply to have adjusted the narrative in each of the recipes to reflect these notes to avoid confusion.

There are some good recipes tucked into this book such as the ones for Chocolate Waffles and Apple Sauce Cake. I've seen many recipes for Soft Molasses Cookies, but this is the first one I've checked out that includes mashed potato in the ingredients list. I can see where it would add moistness to the cookies, but I don't know how brave I am about trying this one out.

Some recipes seem to be missing ingredients or have ingredients referenced in the instructions that do not appear on the ingredient lists. An example of this is the recipe for Chicken 'N' Dumplings that instructs the cook to "Boil your chicken, vegetables (carrots, celery, onions) spices and bouillon in about 4 quarts of water" yet the ingredients list does not mention the vegetables, spices, or bouillon at all so no amounts for any of them are provided.

Then we turn to the recipes that could be dangerous. There are many recipes for jams, conserves, chutneys, relishes and pickles with the note from the author that:

"Conserves and Jams should be poured while boiling hot into hot sterilized jars or glasses and as soon as cooled covered with hot paraffin, or lids."

Similar instructions are given at the end of each of the chutney, relish, and pickle recipes to "Pour into hot sterilized glasses and when cool cover."

No! These should all be processed in a boiling water bath after sealing the jars to prevent the very real possibility of contamination and spoilage. I remember when the paraffin method was used for home jams and jellies, and I also remember having to occasionally scrape mold off the top of the jams. This method of preserving has been discontinued for safety reasons. Check out the sections of the USDA or University of Georgia websites about proper home canning procedures and why they are necessary, or simply refrigerate the jams and conserves and plan to use them up within a couple of weeks. Please don't risk the safety of your family and friends.

If you read carefully and use some common sense, you may find a few worthwhile recipes in this book, but avoid the potentially dangerous ones as noted.
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HASH(0xa2bbd858) von 5 Sternen Old-fashioned Southern-style recipes 12. April 2014
Von A customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
Author Mary Jo Montanye has compiled a nice selection of southern-style recipes in her cookbook Grandma's Simple Cookbook: OMG EZ 120 Recipes. I do wish Montanye had left the term "OMG" out of her book title has it could be a reference to God. Of course she could have meant Oh My Gosh...

Another picky thing I found interesting was the name Welch Rarebit. Welch Rarebit usually goes by the name of Welsh Rarebit or Welsh Rabbit not Welch Rarebit.

I enjoyed reading her introduction which seemed to be written in poetic form. The introduction was lovely and added charm to her cookbook.

As to the recipes: You will find numerous old-fashioned recipes such as:

Chicken 'N' Dumplings
Roast Duck
Coconut Butter Drops
Pineapple Jam
Stewed Rhubarb and Figs
Scalloped Strawberries
Tomato Chutney
Mother's Apple Pie
Squirrel Potatoes

There is an interactive table of contents making navigation easy.

Recommend with caveats given.
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HASH(0xa2bbd594) von 5 Sternen Great, Unusual Recipes plus Health Education! 3. Juli 2013
Von Boomy Tokan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
The book begins with an interesting story about the authors Grandma as well as some useful life lessons. It then gives you a good list of recipes, cooking and serving information.

This book, not informs you of what to cook but provides good health education too.

One of the reasons I love reviewing cook books is the knowledge I gain from such efforts.
Did you know the following (I did not know)
* TId Bits: Spices add flavor and also have great healing properties. Find the ones that benefit you and your families' seasonal needs. Health benefits of:
* Ginger - Sprinkle on hot cereal, in orange or carrot juice. Why? Ginger improves digestion, helps with inflammation, and is beneficial in soothing colds, coughs, sore throats, congestion, headaches, toothache.

Two more thoughts:
Must try these - Pineapple jam as well Rice omelette
Most unusual for me - Egg and asparagus

If you are looking for a cook book to take you out of your comfort zone; then read this book.
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HASH(0xa2bbdbe8) von 5 Sternen Just like gramma would make 6. März 2013
Von fish illustrator lucid-hawaii.com - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This is definitely gramma's cookbook! American comfort food made simple. The first recipe in the book is chicken and dumplings which the author talks about in the intro, I can't wait to try it...Other classic recipes include: Johnny cakes, piccalilli, Hungarian goulash, cranberry conserves and coconut cream pie...but I really like the candied carrots and the escalloped bananas! The intro is really sweet and includes a a few words about the author's grandmother, the obvious source of the recipes.
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