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by Jayni Naas,Frank Carey

Category: Regional and International
Subcategory: Food and Cooking
Author: Jayni Naas,Frank Carey
ISBN: 0700604189
ISBN13: 978-0700604180
Language: English
Publisher: University Press of Kansas; First Edition edition (November 10, 1989)
Pages: 488
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ePub eBook: 1158 kb
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This book feels fresh in every way-from the locally-sourced ingredients to the Kansas-centric recipes. I can't wait to start eating!"-Marci Penner, Kansas Sampler Foundation. Frank and Jayni Carey have been a team in the kitchen since they first met. Together, they've authored two cookbooks: The Kansas Cookbook: Recipes from the Heartland (Kansas) and The Easier You Make It, the Better It Tastes! Jayni also authored The Best of Jayni’s Kitchen, featuring recipes from her cooking show on WOW Channel 6 in Lawrence, Kansas, and has taught cooking classes on a variety of cuisines.

As reported in Newsweek, in various food magazines, and in the pages of major American newspapers, the Heartland is being rediscovered-and along with it, wholesome Midwestern cooking. The trend, part of a larger fascination with regionalism, has led authors Frank Carey and Jayni Naas to a celebration of Kansas cooking.

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Frank's recipe for Pork Tenderloin with Poached Apples and Bacon served with potato pancakes.

Frank's recipe for Pork Tenderloin with Poached Apples and Bacon served with potato pancakes. This is George Laughead of Lawrence and Dodge City. I grew up in Dodge, as did my father and my grandfather, who was on the first city commission. My.

Results from Google Books . In The Kansas Cookbook, Carey and Naas present more than 400 delicious recipes that reflect the state's history, its ethnic diversity, and its agriculture. Now that the Heartland has taken its place in the culinary spotlight, The Kansas Cookbook is sure to bring many hours of browsing, cooking, and eating pleasure to all with a passion for good food.

Recipes from the Heartland. A blend of fine food and folklore, this book will capture the hearts, minds, and stomachs of Kansans. Frank Carey and Jayni Naas. As reported in Newsweek, in various food magazines, and in the pages of major American newspapers, the Heartland is being rediscovered-and along with it, wholesome Midwestern cooking. Rex Buchanan, coauthor of Roadside Kansas.

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As reported in Newsweek, in various food magazines, and in the pages of major American newspapers, the Heartland is being rediscovered—and along with it, wholesome Midwestern cooking. The trend, part of a larger fascination with regionalism, has led authors Frank Carey and Jayni Naas to a celebration of Kansas cooking. In The Kansas Cookbook, Carey and Naas present more than 400 delicious recipes that reflect the state's history, its ethnic diversity, and its agriculture.No more hot turkey sandwiches on Wonder bread or Iceberg lettuce awash in orange dressing—the stereotypes of Midwestern food—the recipes presented here include such tasty delights as morel mushroom turnovers, "cure-all" chicken soup, sirloin steak with midwest marinade, shepherd pie, Lou Belle's best-ever meat loaf, country-style ribs with barbecue sauce, Czech sausage, Parson's pan-fried chicken, fried pheasant, catfish grilled in corn husks, Drukla noodles, Bohne berogge, farmer's corn casserole, candied sweet potatoes, savory squash cobbler, German baked beans, sweet and sour cabbage slaw, black bean salad, Sunflower State whole wheat bread, oatmeal spice muffins, whole wheat buttermilk biscuits, apple butter, dandelion jelly, jalapeno pepper relish, pioneer apple pie, black walnut pie, Mennonite wedding cake, persimmon pudding, kolaches, Swedish ginger cookies—and much more!Many of the recipes have been contributed by more than 150 cooks from around the state and represent years of fine-tuning family favorites in countless kitchens. Others are Carey and Naas's innovative adaptations of historic recipes or new creations that make use of indigenous ingredients. All have been tested—and tasted. The food is simple, honest fare: no glitz, no razzle-dazzle, just good taste.Each recipe is accompanied by an historical note, a personal comment or reminiscence from its contributor, or a serving suggestion. The Kansas Cookbook is illustrated with nearly 100 line drawings by Robin M. Nance, a freelance artist living in Birmingham, Alabama.Food evokes memories of the past and inspires friendships. Now that the Heartland has taken its place in the culinary spotlight, The Kansas Cookbook is sure to bring many hours of browsing, cooking, and eating pleasure to all with a passion for good food.
Comments to eBook The Kansas Cookbook: Recipes from the Heartland
Iphonedivorced
Every single recipe is a winner. You can't go wrong with this cookbook. We have a large library of cookbooks, and this is the one we repeatedly use. No filler recipes in this book. 100% incredible dishes. Great gift book!
Zut
Wonderful cookbook for gift for someone who likes to explore different types of cooking or something specific to Kansas!!
Samulkree
The original publication was in loose leaves with spiral backing not bounded like this new ones. That makes reading while cooking difficult. It could had been a lot easier if it was reproduced in the same manner as the old book itself. Nonetheless the contents are excellent recipes , very easy to follow and taste yummy.....very healthy too.
Grinin
nice!
Samugor
When I moved from Kansas to England back in 1998 I wanted to bring something with me to remind me of the home I was leaving behind. I also wanted to be able to introduce my new family to the wide range of delicious foods which could be found in Kansas.

My solution was to buy a copy of the Kansas Cookbook.

I have used it over and over again since then. The cover was torn off and lost ages ago because it was spiral-bound, but that doesn't matter to me. It's inner pages are covered with splotches and splashes from dripping spoons, and riddled with hand-written notes as I have made notes about measurements and cooking times, and the occasional substitution as I come across ingredients that can't be found here in the UK.

If you are looking for simple recipes for good, home cooking that will remind you of home then this is the cookbook you need. No fuss, no fluff, just basic home cooking, from the Heart.
Nalmetus
America's heartland foods range from comforting (oven baked chicken, potato cakes) to ethnic (grilled sweet potato sticks, Swedish rye bread) to unusual (amaranth muffins, pawpaw bread).
The recipe for black walnut pie make your mouth water. I'm partial to it and the corn puffs recipes as they were contributed by my step-grandmother. Carey collected the recipes from noted cooks all over Kansas from Topeka to Fredonia to Coffeyville to Dodge City.
Yummy!
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