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by Jean Hewitt

eBook The New York Times Natural Foods Cookbook epub
  • ISBN: 0380412284
  • Author: Jean Hewitt
  • Genre: Cookbooks
  • Subcategory: Cooking by Ingredient
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Avon Books (1972)
  • Pages: 434 pages
  • ePUB size: 1474 kb
  • FB2 size 1421 kb
  • Formats doc lrf lrf mbr


Natural Foods Cookbook. The New York Times Cook Book. The book is a compilation of NY Times reader's submissions for cooking with non-processed foods.

Natural Foods Cookbook. Nuff said for folks interested in improving the quality of their diets.

The book is a compilation of NY Times reader's submissions for cooking with non-processed foods. It is worth the price of the book for the buttermilk roll recipe alone. Not all of the recipes are vegetarian, but there are still many and they are delicious. This cookbook is chock-ful of wonderful healthy recipes. It is worth the price of the book for the buttermilk roll recipe alone

The book is a compilation of NY Times reader's submissions for cooking with non-processed foods.

The New York Times Na. .We refer to this cookbook simply as "the book".Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. I got my first copy of this great cookbook in 1972, not long after it was published.

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Start by marking The 'New York Times' natural foods cookbook as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Read by Jean Hewitt. This was the first, and only, cook book I owned from age 16 - 35. It's where I learned all the basic cooking techniques not passed on by Home Ec or my mother (although talented, hers was a somewhat limited repertoire. Things like - bread: proofing yeast, kneading, rising & "punching down" dough, various formulations when using less glutinous flours such as rye & pumpernickel; bagels: using potato water & parboiling in sugar water; how to cut butter into flour and roll out pie dough.

Playing hostess + cooking from my cookbook collection in Charleston, SC. Charleston, .

Rev. ed. published as: The New York times new natural foods cookbook. Completely rev. and updated.

New York, Quadrangle Books; Collection. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; americana. Rev. Bibliography: p. -421.

This book gave me the confidence to become a gourmet cook. No cookbook, media or otherwise, is as engaging and practical for the home cook as Amanda Hesser's "The Essential New York Times Cookbook. Highly recommended! Frank Costantini.

Food Stylist: Rebecca Jurkevich. Usha Prabakaran’s 20-year-old cookbook, crammed with recipes from home cooks, is simple and self-published. But it has become a cult classic in India. By Tejal Rao. Hungry City. A Roast Chicken With Even More Crispy Bits. You can rub your bird down with salt, or you can try Melissa Clark’s latest trick for an exterior that crackles like a potato chip. Current Job: Award-Winning Chef. Education: University of IHOP.

The New York Times New Natural Foods Cookbook – Jean Hewitt – (c)1982. 1972 The New York Times Heritage Cook Book by Jean Hewitt - Classic Recipes from Around the United States - Vintage 1970s Cookbook.

Recipes for preparing fresh, natural and unrefined foods. Meat dishes place emphasis on economy cuts. Includes recipes for good-tasting snacks and beverages, cookies and condies, baby food and preserves,relishes & spreads.
Comments: (7)
Tar
I literally wore out my first NY Times Natural Foods Cookbook, and was thrilled to find a replacement. This used volume was in excellent condition, and the person who gave it up for resale for whatever reason should feel satisfied that it is well appreciated.

The book is a compilation of NY Times reader's submissions for cooking with non-processed foods. 'Nuff said for folks interested in improving the quality of their diets.

One of my favorite recipes is for buckwheat pancakes. Another is for Logan Bread ("one 2x2 inch square is enough to sustain a man for a day," so the contributor says - which I will not claim is totally accurate, although I have made many batches of Logan Bread for backpacking and winter camping trips).

I expect to get many years of use out of this cookbook.
Jonariara
This is an Excellent cookbook for those interested in wholesome and healthy cooking. I like all others here purchased this book many years ago. I recently replaced my old paperback with a hardback copy and came here looking for one as a gift. The bread and vegetarian recipes can't be beat, and there are many. This is a much sought after edition ~ if you find it available better snatch it up!
Shem
I wore out my old paperback copy of this book. It is an oldie, but a goodie and mine split in two at the page of my best potato latke recipe. After all those Hanukkah parties with raves about my potato pancakes, I felt I deserved the hardback version.
Asyasya
Unfortunately the cookbook had been revised from the original and missing some of my favorite recipes. My fault for not looking more closely before purchase.
Aloo
This is NOT the original New York Times Natural Foods Cookbook, it's the "New" one or the second one they came out with. A lot of the original recipes are gone, like the awesome banana bread.
Hatе&love
Purchased this for a family member whose own book was being held togeher by clips and rubber bands from overuse. Absolutely swears by this cookbook but could not find another as it is out of print. I offered to get her a new one just knowing Amazon would come to the rescue. It did and I got her the book. She is thrilled that I found it and she is happily cooking all her favorites with the pages all intact. She is a vegetarian and loves this book. As for me, the banana nut bread with whole wheat and yogurt is awesome.
Ffan
I used to have this book many years ago and liked it. I lost it at some point so I was replacing it. There are a lot of good recipes and helpful information
This cookbook is chock-ful of wonderful healthy recipes. It is worth the price of the book for the buttermilk roll recipe alone. I had a paperback copy I bought at a health food store in the mid 70s and was so happy to find a hard back copy on Amazon as my old copy was getting way too fragile and needs to be given a place of honor in my old delicate book shelf. Not all of the recipes are vegetarian, but there are still many and they are delicious.
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