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Entertaining with Bluegrass Winners Cookbook: New Recipes and Menus from Kentucky's Legendary Horse Farms

 

by Edward L Bowen

Book Description
Kentucky hospitality is showcased in this updated edition of the beloved cookbook that has had 20 printings and sales of more than 100,000 copies. From a formal winter dinner to a post Kentucky Derby brunch, Bluegrass hostesses share their recipes and family traditions for every season and occasion. Includes farm histories written by racing historian Edward L. Bowen and more than 100 color photos.

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"Entertaining With Bluegrass Winners"
is a compendium of recipes contributed by bluegrass hostesses who share their favorite dishes along with their family traditions for every season of the year and every special occasion from a formal winter dinner to a Derby-day brunch. Featuring new recipes and menus from Kentucky's legendary horse farms.

"Entertaining With Bluegrass Winners" offers thoroughly 'kitchen cook friendly' dishes that range from Fried Green Tomatoes; Cheese Wafers with Pecans; Marinated Cucumber Sandwiches; and Artichoke Soup; to Fireside Venison Chili; Goat Cheese Salad with Pancetta, Dried Cherry, and Port Dressing; Bacon-Wrapped Water Chestnuts; and Banana Cake with Caramel Icing.

Organized by Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter, each recipe is part of a menu from a distinguished horse farm. Very nicely illustrated throughout with more than one hundred color photographs, "Entertaining With Bluegrass Winners" is a unique and prized addition to any personal and community library cookbook collection.
Midwest Book Review, Oregon, Wisconsin (Amazon.com)

 

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