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Blue Book Guide to Preserving
Blue BookThe Ball Blue Book® Guide to Preserving is the ultimate guide to fresh preserving.
Cook's Illustrated 2007
America's Test KitchenThis Book cover is 2006 but is 2007 edition
Cook's Illustrated 2008
America's Test KitchenThis fun food filled book has absolutley nothing wrong with it. Its beautifull , and full of delicious pictures! Shop from thousands of books in our Amazon store. St. Vincent DePaul is a non-profit charity that has a mission to help any person in need. The funds we receive are used exclusively to further this mission. The society of St. Vincent DePaul has been offering aid to those in need for 176 years, and was nominated for the 2008 Nobel Peace Award. The total amount of assistance provided in our area in 2007 is $659,689. We have served 64541 people in Snohomish county alone in 2009. We offer the best in customer service and back every sale with that promise! Please help support our efforts with your purchase. We have sold and shipped several hundred books and always take care of our customers. Our objective is to ship fast and satisfy every customer who visits our store. Please help us establish a reputation that assures others of our guarantee of satisfaction. If you have a title for which you have been looking, email us with the request and we will get back to you. Thank You!
Cook's Illustrated 2009
America's Test KitchenPerfect for long-term reference, the Cook's Illustrated 2009 Annual contains all six of the 2009 issues bound in one cloth-covered edition. Bound inside you'll also find an invaluable 2009 Recipe and Article Index to help search a year's worth of test kitchen recipes and cooking information- fast! Attractive enough for a library, the case-bound construction makes it a sturdy tool for the real world of the kitchen. Featured Discoveries from 2009 include: We grilled more than 200 ears of corn to perfect this backyard version of Mexican Grilled Corn. One of Mexico's most popular street foods is grilled corn on the cob slathered in spices and cheese. We were stumped by how to achieve juicy corn with smoky grilled flavor without overcooking the kernels. The best way to sweeten our quick tomato sauce was to add onions! Is it possible to transform canned tomatoes into an easy, quick, bright, fresh-tasting sauce in the time it takes to boil pasta? We tried dozens of sauces by adding the usual suspects like tomato paste and wine, yet our tasters were still demanding a, richer, sweeter sauce. The secret to tender Italian Grilled Chicken? And because Cook's Illustrated magazine is 100% Advertising-Free, you can count on our equipment ratings and ingredient tastings to be completely objective. Are Aunt Jemima, Mrs. Butterworth and Hungry Jack welcome breakfast guests? Most supermarket "pancake syrups" contain no maple at all, but plenty of high fructose corn syrup. Genuine maple syrup costs as much as one dollar per ounce, compared to a mere 14 cents per ounce for imitation syrup. So is true maple syrup worth the extra dough? We tasted four brands that were genuine maple syrup and five made from corn syrup. Does your expensive pan-seared steak deserve an expensive skillet?
Cook's Illustrated 2010
America's Test Kitchen
Cook's Illustrated 2011
America's Test Kitchenbook, used cook book
Cook's Illustrated 2012
America's Test Kitchen
Fiesta: The Homer Laughlin China Company's Colorful Dinnerware
Jeffrey B. SnyderThis bright and colorful guide presents a sweeping survey of the Homer Laughlin China Company's most popular dinnerware-Fiesta Ware. These brilliantly colored, inexpensive dishes helped brighten The Depression when they were introduced in 1936, and are avidly collected today. Hundreds of color photographs chronicle Fiesta's many forms, from the most common to much sought-after rarities, and the dazzling spectrum of glaze colors which adorn them. Also included in the text is a history of the Homer Laughlin Company and examples of their manufacturer's marks. Updated values are provided for the various wares, along with an index and bibliography.
The Complete Book of Small-Batch Preserving: Over 300 Recipes to Use Year-Round
Ellie Topp, Margaret HowardThe easiest and safest methods for making delectable preserves in small batches — all year long.

"Takes the pressure off cooks who don't have much time... but still want to savor the season's bounty."
-Chicago Tribune (Review of the prior edition)

The Complete Book of Small-Batch Preserving takes the guesswork out of home preserving. Both beginners and pros can make the most of fresh fruits and vegetables when these are readily available and inexpensive. Because these recipes require a minimum of time and fuss, home cooks will enjoy creating the preserves almost as much as everyone will enjoy tasting them.

Included are both traditional and new recipes. Detailed instructions provide the safest and latest processing methods. Some recipes are suitable for microwaves. A brand new chapter features freezer preserving as an alternative to the traditional methods. The more than 300 enticing recipes include: Jams, jellies and low-sugar spreadsConserves, butters and curdsPickles, relishes and chutneysSalsas, mustards and marinadesFlavored oilsDessert sauces, syrups and liqueurs.

With delectable recipes and professional tips, The Complete Book of Small-Batch Preserving is the ideal guide for anyone who craves home-made preserves but doesn't want to spend all day in the kitchen.