Item description for Best-Ever Casseroles Cookbook (Gooseberry Patch) by Gooseberry Patch...
Overview A Gooseberry Patch Exclusive... Perfect addition to a busy mom's library, this cookbook is filled with time-trimming recipes! Fix dishes for any occasion that everyone will love. Best of all, it features plenty of time-saving tips and ideas for making hearty homestyle meals to enjoy with family & friends.
Publishers Description It seems we re all crazy for casseroles Homestyle and all-American, the oven-to-table recipes in Best-Ever Casseroles are the dishes we grew up loving tried & true favorites we want to share with our families today. Take a peek inside Country Coffee Cake and Baked Apple Pancake can easily be popped into the oven and if you like breakfast with a little more kick, make Zesty Sausage Burritos. Chicken Mozzarella and Beef & Potato Casserole are ideal for toting to potlucks. And kids will love Cheeseburger & Fries Casserole and Betty-getti even the name makes us giggle Oven-Bake Ragout and Homestyle Pork Chops will have everyone asking for seconds, while Dilly Tuna Casserole and Deep Sea Delight are deliciously easy to prepare. Our veggie casseroles are chock-full of flavor Tangy Corn Casserole and Summery Herbed Tomato Pie are so tasty No matter what the occasion dinner for a new mom, a family reunion or neighborhood block party, the recipes in Best-Ever Casseroles are simply delicious and always welcome. Let's get cooking Hardcover, 224 pages. (9-1/4" x 6-1/2")"
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.25" Width: 7.25" Height: 0.84" Weight: 0.98 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2006
Publisher Gooseberry Patch
Edition 5., Neu Bearb.
ISBN 1931890757 ISBN13 9781931890755 UPC 820744830752
Availability 0 units.
More About Gooseberry Patch
Back in 1984, we were two moms living next door to each other in the little town of Delaware, Ohio. Since our kids were still little, we were looking for a way to do what we loved and stay home with them too. We had always shared a love of home cooking and making memories with family & friends and so, after many a conversation over the backyard fence, Gooseberry Patch was born.
We put together our first catalog at our kitchen tables and from that very first mailing, we found an immediate connection with our customers. It wasn’t long before we began receiving letters, photos and recipes from these new friends. In 1992, we published our very first cookbook, compiled from hundreds of these recipes and, the rest, as they say, is history. As the children grew, so did their "little" business. They now have their own building in the country, filled to the brim with kitchenware, gourmet goodies, enamelware, bowls and their own very successful line of cookbooks, and calendars.
Gooseberry Patch currently resides in Delaware, in the state of Ohio.
Reviews - What do customers think about Best-Ever Casseroles Cookbook (Gooseberry Patch)?
My favorite Gooseberry Patch book Jan 1, 2008
First, let me say that I am a HUGE Gooseberry Patch fan. Currently I own six of their books: Slow Cooker Recipes, Best-Ever Casseroles, What's for Dinner?, Come on Over, One-Pot Meals and From Grandma's Kitchen. I just LOVE the books. The recipes are very easy, not too fancy, don't take long and always taste good. They are easy to read and the spiral binding keeps the books open flat. I think out of all of the books, I have only made one thing that I didn't care for. They are just great, great books to have around and I love the little tips on each page, the way that every book is broken up by meats and categories and just all of the other little helpful charts and equivalents that are in each book. In my opinion, they are just great additions to any cookbook collection and I love having them in my kitchen.
I have probably used this one more than any other GP book that I have. I have made Finnish Pancakes, Baked Apple Pancake, Amish Baked Oatmeal, Nutty French Toast Bake, Broccoli-Chicken Lasagna, Dilly Tuna Casserole, and Mom's Broccoli Casserole, and all were fantastic. The recipes are laid out well, easy to prepare and the ingredients are basic and not hard to find. Most of the stuff you probably already have in your refrigerator or pantry. The breakfast dishes I have made are fantastic and a lot of them can be made the night before so you can pop them in the oven when you wake up, which is awesome for a lazy weekend. And everything reheats perfectly which makes for great leftovers to take to work during the week.
Now, are they gourmet? No. There are a PLETHORA of other casserole books out there that are if you are looking for something that will take you two hours to prepare before you even get it in the oven (like the crab and artichoke casserole I made last night from another book). But if you are looking for a nice, basic casserole book without too many processed soups and that won't take you too much time to prepare, this is a very good one.
Way to go, Gooseberry Patch!
This is a great casserole book!!!! Jun 1, 2007
This is a great casserole book!!!! I LOVE casseroles & this cookbook has SO many recipes. Truly a good choice to buy!
casserole lover heaven Jan 11, 2007
This book is full of recipes that are new to me. My family loves casseroles and these are great.
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I just love Gooseberry Patch books and so does my best friend whom I bought this for, for Christmas. However, the day it arrived, I had to go through it and used one of the recipes for supper that evening. Almost kept it for myself!
I'm a Collector... Oct 24, 2006
of Gooseberry Patch cookbooks because I really like (most) of them. This one is no exception. It is filled with recipes that real people really cook, with ingredients you probably have on hand most of the time. It is rare to make one of these recipes and not have it turn out well.
And, I like this cookbook because it is readable. It's fun to sit down and read all the "Serve It Up With Style" suggestions, things like making herbal tea without even boiling water or creating personalized votives to brighten up dinnertime. Quick, easy, fun.
The book is not just dinner casseroles, either. It begins with breakfast and brunch, then has 5 more chapters, each devoted to a different main ingredient--poultry, seafood, beef, pork or vegetable. In the back, there are casserole and baking pan measurements, quick fix casseroles, basic lists for pantry and refrigerator and casserole equivalents (i.e, 1 medium potato = 1 cup).