Cast Iron Cooking For Dummies Paperback – Oct 31 2003
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Packed with cast-iron cooking tips, tricks, and recipes
Become a cast-iron chef in no time the fun and easy way®!
Unlock the secrets of cast-iron cooking at home or in the great outdoors with this easy-to-use cookbook and guide! Youll find everything you need to buy and use cast-iron pots and pans, plus more than 100 tempting recipes from classics like Fried Chicken and Buttermilk Biscuits to modern dishes like Apricot-Ginger Glazed Pork Rib Roast and more.
Discover how to:
- Choose the right cast-iron cookware for you
- Season, clean, and care for cast-iron pots and pans
- Whip up tasty cast-iron main dishes, sides, and sweets
- Cook with cast iron indoors and outdoors
- Rescue and restore old or worn cast iron
The Dummies Way
- Explanations in plain English
- "Get in, get out" information
- Icons and other navigational aids
- Tear-out cheat sheet
- Top ten lists
- A dash of humor and fun
About the Author
Tracy Barr is the coauthor of Adoption For Dummies and Latin For Dummies. Lodge Manufacturing is Americas oldest family-owned cookware manufacturer and the sole domestic cast-iron cookware foundry.
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Overall, the recipes are good but do use more bacon fat and butter than I would like. Every recipe is accompanied by its nutritional information so you can decide if you need to substitute some of the ingredients or not. The hushpuppies recipe has slightly more than 50% of its calories come from fat so let the cook beware.
Definitely buy this book if your are new to cast iron cooking. If you are a pro, I might hold off as the book will probably be too introductory.
After purchasing "Cast Iron Cooking for Dummies", which addresses the care and use of cast iron cookware in addition to recipes, and in-door/out-door use suggestions, my husband has become the guru of cast iron... and has prepared many delectible food dishes.
The book has 305 pages of information, extensively covering meats - poultry and fowl - fish and seafood - stews, chowders, and gumbos - vegetables and side dishes - desserts - cornbreads - biscuits and muffins - other breads - sauces, condiments, and marinades - outdoor cooking - game animals - and fun foods.
I haven't read this book myself, but my husband did... and has amazed me, even reminded me - of how good food cooked in cast iron can taste.
This must be an amazing book.Cast Iron Cooking for Dummies