Item description for Christmas Cooking for Dummies by Dede Wilson & Geoff Wilson...
Look no further for tips and recipes for whipping up a dazzling array of delicious holiday meals -- without stress
Christmas is the biggest holiday of the year -- and Americans traditionally love to celebrate the season with food, food, and more food. This easy guide shows cooks of every generation how to plan and prepare scrumptious seasonal treats. It includes: 100 delicious recipes for hassle-free holiday meals, including Warm White Bean Dip, Four-CheeseSpinach Lasagne, and Chocolate Truffle TartTips, checklists, and charts, plus step-by-step guides and shopping lists for special holiday meals, including a Christmas Tree-Trimming PartyA special section on Christmas decorating and food gifts from the kitchen16 pages of color photos featuring holiday meal recipes and kitchen-made gifts and decorations
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Studio: For Dummies
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.24" Width: 7.52" Height: 0.85" Weight: 1.46 lbs.
Release Date Sep 29, 2001
Publisher For Dummies
ISBN 0764554077 ISBN13 9780764554070 UPC 785555087125
Availability 0 units.
More About Dede Wilson & Geoff Wilson
Dede Wilson, CCP, contributes to Bon Appetit and Pastry and Design magazine and to NBC's Todayshow. She is also the Food and Entertaining expert for CanDoWoman.com.
Dede Wilson currently resides in Greenfield, in the state of Massachusetts. Dede Wilson was born in 1937.
Reviews - What do customers think about Christmas Cooking for Dummies?
FOR EVERYONE'S FIRST CHRISTMAS FEAST! Nov 2, 2001
If this is the first Christmas you have actually had to prepare the festive feast, this book is for you. It even tells you what to do with that odd-shaped turkey, like which side is up and which side is down, how to truss the critter up and where the stuffing goes. My son-in-law, who loves to cook but is lacking a lot in patience and aptitude, shocked the heck out of our entire family the first year he married my daughter, by coming to the dining room table with chain saw in hand and commenced to carve the Christmas turkey! Considering my children were raised in a rather conservative, refined environment, this event certainly left many mouths hanging open at the dining room table! How I wish this book had been published about ten years ago. (He is still cooking and basting, by the way, but has traded the chain saw for less ominous utensils.)
Like all the "Dummy" books, this one will bring a chuckle or two but at the same time save the reader from making some drastic mistakes when preparing the Christmas feast. For all novices to the Christmas kitchen, this book is for you and worth a five-star rating.