American Country Cookbook Southeast Edition (PC, CD-ROM) Lifestyle Software Group - 1997 USA, Canada Release
American Country Cookbook Southeast Edition
|Publisher(s)||Lifestyle Software Group|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
Description from the packaging.
Over 400 Authentic Recipes
CD multimedia edition
The witty commentary and down-to-earth tales of the cooks and characters of An American Country Cookbook bring the warm charm of the southeast to life. In this collection, over 60 cooks from across the southeast share their families' recipes and stories with you, and in the process, have created a new Southern classic.
These heritage recipes document the customs and traditions of the families from which they originate. As you are drawn into the lives and traditions recipe contributors, you'll discover for yourself places such as Scratchankle, Alabama, Frogmore Island, South Carolina and Molasses Junction, Florida. But wherever you find yourself, you will always feel at home.
- Over 400 classic Southern recipes such as Apalachicola River Catfish Stew, Shrimp and Okra Gravy, Seafood Gumbo, Buttermilk Fried Chicken, Twisted Collards, Cornbread, Blackberry Jam Cake and Apple Cobbler.
- Preplanned menus for special gatherings include Menus for Men, Suppertime!, Holidays, Breakfast and Brunch, Sunday Dinner and Ladies Luncheon.
- Cooking basics with video and audio step-by-step instructions. Learn how to prepare a pie crust, biscuits and bread, all from scratch! Discover the secret to seasoning a cast-iron skillet.
- Multimedia features bring the recipes to life, with audio, video and photographs.
- Cross-indexed Search and Sort features allow selection by any combination of cuisine, course, meal, level of effort, preparation time, temperature, occasion, key ingredient and more. Easy graphic search features help you find recipes in seconds.
- Nutritional makeovers to reduce the fat and cholesterol in some perennial favorites in the collection.
Links to Micro Kitchen Companion Version 3.0 or higher to merge the recipes with thousands of others for meal planning purposes.
As you explore An American Country Cookbook, you will discover the common themes throughout these recipes, such as watching someone cook is the best way to learn to cook. Learn from Kuhl Brown of Little Rock, Arkansas, as he demonstrates how long to cook collards: "Until they're as tender as mother's love."
An American Country Cookbook combines dishes for you that bring to mind classic southern gatherings. Fixed Menus features Menus for Men, Ladies Luncheon, Sunday Dinner, Breakfast and Lunch, Holidays and Suppertime! To help you plan your special occasions and get togethers.
Keeping these traditional ways alive in today's fast paced lifestyle is another lesson gleaned from An American Country Cookbook. Cooking Basics highlights techniques that are commonly passed from one generation to the next so you can start some "new" traditions in your own family.
American Country Portraits provides insight into a way of life- an in-depth view of tales and truths of life in rural America. Sometimes humorous, sometimes poignant and stirring, these stories of past generations and today's descendents will bring you a step closer to the roots of this rich and colorful part of the American landscape.
Will a cow really eat a peanut butter and jelly sandwich?
Join Beck Webb as he describes his adventures of growing up in coastal South Carolina. Were he and his boyhood friends really given an island?
Fin out why the fresh coconut cake that Roy Huff of Mobile, Alabama took to the family's Easter dinner was… brown!
What cooking disaster has Karen Robinson of Line Bluff, Arkansas kept secret for almost twenty years?
Delight in the rich diversity of An American Country Cookbook.
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