Mary Meade's Magic Recipes for the Electric Blender
Mary Meade's Magic Recipes for the Electric Blender is a vintage cookbook filled with 500 recipes for your blender. Inside you'll find much more than beverages. You'll find everything from soups to breads to entrees and desserts.
Format: Hardcover, 256 pages
Copyright: 1956. New revised edition
Publisher: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc.
Author: Ruth Ellen Church
Description: Since this book was first published in 1952, it has become the standard guide to "cooking with a blender." Now thoroughly revised, it includes even more uses of the electric blender because of the two-speed improvement in latest models.
Here are more than 500 recipes of incomparable "gourmet" flavors and textures (many would be impossible by any other method), all easily achieved with this versatile kitchen appliance. There are dishes so palate-tingling, yet so practical, that you will serve them again and again. There are dozens of suggestions for adding sparkling delight and variety to everyday menus.
Recipes are easy to find. Both chapters and recipes within chapters are in alphabetical order. This is a cookbook with "personality." The author makes some informal comment about every recipe. Mary Meade's name is synonymous with delicious cooking. Her famous food columns are read daily and have been followed by thousands of readers for many years. Her recent book, Mary Meade's Kitchen Companion, was an immediate "best seller."
This book represents the latest, most up-to-the-minute research on blender-cooking. The author has had access to the recipe research of blender manufacturers against which to check her personal tests. Mrs. Church, who is a homemaker as well as a professional home economist, is enthusiastic about the blender-method for preparing family meals and company refreshments in the average American household.
Condition: No jacket. Good condition.