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Upper Crusts: Fabulous Ways To Use Bread

 

by Sheilah Kaufman

Review

The author of many popular and successful cookbooks, culinary expert Sheilah Kaufman draws upon her many years of experience and expertise in "Upper Crusts: Fabulous Ways To Use Bread" to compile recipes that incorporate a variety of different breads into wonderful appetizers, soups, salads, main courses, and deserts. These unique and gourmet level dishes range from Cherry and Goat Cheese Strudel; Creamy Garlic Soup; Etta's Cornbread Pudding; and Chocolate-Chocolate Bread Pudding with White Chocolate Sauce; to Baked French Toast with Blueberries; Apple Charlotte with Apricot Sauce, from the White House; Parmesan Cheese Sticks; and Chickpeas with Toasted Bread and Hummus. "Upper Crusts" is a unique recipe collection that can be confidently recommended for any kitchen cook wanting to expand the menu for daily family meals as well as elegant dining occasions.
Midwest Book Review, Oregon, WI (Amazon.com)


Book Description

BREAD IS BACK! (Did it ever really go away?) Popular cookbook author, food editor, and cooking instructor Sheilah Kaufman presents a new collection of scrumptious, easy-to-prepare recipes that use bread as an ingredient in everything from appetizers to desserts for festive celebrations and intimate family meals. In UPPER CRUSTS, Sheilah has put her recipes for timeless classics and comfort foods like bread pudding and French toast (with daring new spins on these perennial crowd pleasers) as well as innovative entrées, soups, appetizers, salads, vegetables, and desserts, all with an international flair. Also featured are favorite recipes (all made with bread, of course) from renowned chefs like Patrick O'Connell of the Inn at Little Washington, Michel Richard of Washington, DC's Citronelle, Henry Haller of White House fame, and Aulie Bunyarataphan of Bangkok Joe's, to name a few. Dust off your hands and put the flour away - this is NOT a bread-baking book. Most of these delectable recipes: · use store-bought bread to create quick and delicious dishes for everyday dining or special occasions · can be assembled in less than 30 minutes · can be made ahead and frozen, a necessity for today's busy cooks · feature creative ways to use leftover and fresh bread · provide dozens of cooking tips, plus fun tidbits on the history of the world's staff of life.
 

 

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