“Home cooks will turn to this edition for years to come.”—Publishers WeeklyA cornerstone in the brand’s renowned triple-tested recipe collections, this entirely new, photo-packed edition embraces today’s food and dietary trends and continues to be the most trusted kitchen companion for novice and expert home cooks alike. Welcome the newest edition of Good Housekeeping’s spectacular cookbook! Featuring 1,200 recipes and hundreds of stunning photos, this indispensable volume fulfills the magazine’s mission of making cooking a delight—and success—for every home cook, at every level, every single time. Whether you’re rushing to get family dinner on the table on a busy weekday, preparing a leisurely meal on the weekend, or putting together something special for a party or holiday, you’ll find just the right dish to fit the occasion—including plenty of delicious gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan fare, as well as one-pot meals, and grilled options. Enjoy Strawberry Cheesecake Flapjacks or a Spanish Potato Omelet for brunch. Warm up a cold day with Tomato Soup with Cupid Croutons, Clam Chowder, or Caldo Verde. Dig into Quick Quesadillas (with Perfect Guacamole, of course), Ropa Vieja, Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding, Herbed Skillet Chicken, Wiener Schitzel, Easy Shrimp and Grits, Easiest-Ever Spinach Lasagna, or Penne with Vodka Sauce. And don’t forget the drinks—including a Strawberry Iced Tea or a Berry Bellini—and a dessert to top it off, including a Sticky Toffee Bundt Cake and Classic Apple Pie. As always, you get proven tips from the Good Housekeeping Test Kitchen on everything from choosing the perfect pots and pans to serving suggestions and ingredient spotlights!
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About the Author
Susan Westmoreland is Culinary Director of Good Housekeeping. Media appearances include the TODAY show, Good Morning America, Food Network and Cooking Channel shows, NPR’s All Things Considered, and The Connected Table. She is a member of the Kitchen Cabinet at Smithsonian Museum of American History and has served on the Board of Directors of Les Dames d'Escoffier and the New York Women’s Culinary Alliance. In 2001, Susan was named The James Beard Foundation’s Editor of the Year. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.