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The Kansas Cookbook: Recipes from the Heartland The Kansas Cookbook: Recipes from the Heartland by Frank Carey, Jayni Naas
This is a wonderful historical recipe book from the Kansas Heartland. As you read the recipes, you actually can visualize how these early pioneers took the available foods and made delicious recipes for their families. These favorite recipes still are used widely today, as noted by descendants who submitted them to the Careys for use in this popular book on Kansas cooking.
Best of the Best from the Great Plains Best of the Best from the Great Plains: Selected Recipes from Cookbooks of North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Kansas by Gwen McKee (Editor), Barbara Moseley (Editor), Tupper England (Illustrator)
The Best of the Best From the Great Plains is one of Quail Ridge Press' acclaimed Best of the Best State Cookbook Series continuing the tradition of preserving America's food heritage. From the Badlands and the Black Hills, around Mount Rushmore and along the Oregon Trail, eighty-eight cookbooks from these Great Plains states have contributed their favorite recipes to make up this impressive collection. Included are favorite recipes that will be made over and over again once you've tried the likes of Flint Ridge Pheasant, Cow Punching Chili and Dumplings, Orange Roughy Almondine, God's Country White Chocolate Cheesecake with Raspberry Sauce, Lollipop Cookies, or Walking Tacos.
Favorite Recipes Favorite Recipes by Kathleen Kelly
35 Years of Kansas Prizewinners from the Wichita Eagle.
A Midwest Gardener's Cookbook A Midwest Gardener's Cookbook by Marian K. Towne with illustrations by Ellen Walsh
A Midwest Gardener's Cookbook, the product of fifty years of cookery according to seasonal principles, contains recipes for 94 different fruits, vegetables, and herbs (including such wild crops as mulberries, pawpaws, and violets), locally grown and used at their peak of flavor and freshness. Take it with you as you stroll through the local farmer's market, or consult it after bringing in the harvest from your own garden. If it's Spring and the mint is up, what could be more delicious than a Yogurt-Mint Marinade for shish kebab, or a dish of Minted Citrus Carrots? Under Summer, you'll find unusual and tasty ideas for everything from blueberries to zucchini. In Autumn, make Towne's easy and inexpensive Apple Coffee Cake, or stir up a batch of her Mennonite-style Apple Butter. In the section for Winter, you'll find recipes for kale, leeks, and other winter vegetables, hints for growing herbs indoors, and much more.

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