Josie McCarthy's Favorite TV Recipes Cookbook - WRCA-TV

Josie McCarthy's Favorite TV Recipes Cookbook brings you recipes from her WRCA-TV shows. With 250 dishes in all, McCarthy offers easy-to-prepare options for all kinds of delicious meals along with tips and tricks, and instruction. This vintage cookbook find was published in 1958. 


Format: Hardcover with dust jacket and plastic protective sleeve, 250 pages. 

Copyright: 1958 

Publisher: Prentice-Hall, Inc. 

Author: Josie McCarthy 

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Description: Josie McCarthy receives thousands of requests for the recipes she demonstrates on her daily WRCA-TV appearances. This book is a collection of the all-time favorites according to audience response ... more than 250 of the mouth-watering dishes her fans most frequently request. 

Josie's recipes make standard foods something special. Such imaginative treats as Lemonade Fried Chicken, Roast Loin of Pork Floridian, Fish Fillets Thermidor, and Steamed Zucchini With Salami are just a few of the ideas you can use to add new glamor to regular fare and to win compliments from your family or your guests. 

Or choose from the many tasty dishes which are impressive and unusual, yet simple to prepare with Josie's explicit directions. This tantalizing variety includes Shrimp Gumbo, Chicken, Ham and Noodle Stew, Greek Meat Balls In Egg And Lemon Sauce, Million Dollar Cheese Cake, South American Lemon Dessert Pancakes, Black Mushroom Soup Au Chablis, and Italian Easter Sausage Pie. 

You'll also find such old-fashioned delights as Dreamy, Creamy Potato Salad, Chicken Salad, Pickled Eggs, and Creamy Rice Pudding, as well as the favorite dishes of Jinx McCrary, Joseph Schildkraut, Mrs. Louis Armstrong and other well-known personalities. 

Comments and basic instructions introduce each of the eight general recipe sections: Soups, Vegetables, Fish, Poultry, Meat, Eggs and Cheese, Salads, and Desserts. In addition, there are many handy tips and shortcuts for cooking procedures ... a "tear-less" way to peel onions, an easy method for removing fat from broth or soup, the secret of baking an even pie shell, and advice on cooking utensils. Other useful references are time- tables for broiling, frying, or roasting all cuts of meats. 

Josie McCarthy's Favorite TV Recipes is a collection of luscious delights for any cook who wants something different to make a meal a special occasion -- and what cook doesn't? 


Condition: Dust jacket has small tears. Further good condition. 

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