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In honor of the magazine's 125th anniversary, here is the revised and expanded edition of Good Housekeeping's trusty cook's companion! Filled with 1,275 delicious recipes, this indispensable kitchen reference also offers dependable information on cooking techniques, tools, ingredients, food handling, and nutrition.
In addition to popular favorites like Southern Fried Chicken and Strawberry Shortcake, there are 168 new recipes attuned to today's lifestyles, all-new chapters devoted to Canning and Freezing, ideas for holiday celebrations, and mouthwatering new photography.
And, as always, every recipe has been triple-tested and perfected for ease, reliability, and great taste in the famed Good Housekeeping Test Kitchens.
The Good Housekeeping Research Institute has been a source of dependable information and a consumer advocate since 1900. As Good Housekeeping magazine's food director, Susan Westmoreland, who edited The Good Housekeeping Cookbook, is entrusted with the management of the renowned test kitchens. A trained chef who studied at cooking schools abroad and in the United States, she first learned to cook in her mother's Italian kitchen. In 2001, Westmoreland was named The James Beard Foundation's Editor of the Year.
"Good Housekeeping is well known for its colorful photos and easy-to-follow recipes, and this 125th anniversary edition is no exception. The introduction includes information on equipment, measuring, cutting, and storing. A photographically illustrated vegetable guide covers availability, peak season months, storing, preparing, cooking, and eating. Step-by-step photos (such as cutting up a raw chicken) will make this an essential resource for beginning cooks. With recipes to wow guests as well as perfect family meals, this is highly recommended." --Library Journal (STARRED REVIEW)