Blue Ribbon Recipes (Spiral) by Greenman, Barbara
Spiral; Published 3/1/2007; 400 Pages; ISBN 9781579126988
Item #143201 Hurry, Only 13 In Stock!-
Ships from Jessica's Biscuit in 1-2 business days. Gift wrap is available for this item.
IMPORTANT HOLIDAY SHIPPING DEADLINES
This item has a longer processing time than most. To receive this item by Christmas please place your order no later than:
12/02/2013 with Media Mail
12/11/2013 with Fedex
12/17/2013 with Express
FREE SHIPPING OFFER - Select cookbooks ship free when you spend over $25 on cookbooks in a single order. Offer is valid only for cookbooks shipping from Jessica's Biscuit. Offer excludes orders shipping internationally. Please select USPS Media Mail.
You may also like…
- $34.99 $24.95
- $185.00 $99.95
Blue Ribbon Recipes is the ultimate collection of recipes from across the U.S.A. Created and tested by some of the best cooks ever—America’s home cooks—each tasty dish is a proven award-winner from one of the country’s many highly competitive state or county fair cooking competitions.
The recipes are simple to make and include something for everyone, from appetizers and salads to main dishes and entrees, from breads and pastries to desserts and preserves. Regional dishes encourage readers to sample favorites from every corner of America, including Bayou Breakfast Casserole, Corn-Jalapeño Fritters, Green Chile Whiskey Stew, Kansas City Beef, Balsamic Chicken with Peach Glaze, Lemonade Marmalade, Triple Layer Mud Pie, Maine Blueberry Pie, Cappuccino Cheesecake, and Molasses Sugar Cookies. Entertaining features throughout share with readers some state fair history and facts and give the recipes for such favorite fair foods as corn dogs, soft pretzels, and funnel cakes.
Filled with local flavor and handsomely illustrated with original illustrations of the food and ingredients, Blue Ribbon Recipes is a winner—and the perfect addition to every home kitchen.
All Purpose Best Sellers
- $29.99 $24.95
Rather than simply buttering-and-flouring your cake pans, and worrying that your cake will stick, go one step further: butter your pan, then cut out a round circle of parchment paper and place it inside the pan. Then, butter and flour the paper. When you cake comes out, simply peel off the paper and you're done.