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eBook Jan Karon's Mitford Cookbook and Kitchen Reader download ISBN: 014311817X
Author: Martha McIntosh,Jan Karon
Publisher: Penguin Books (September 28, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 364
ePub: 1366 kb
Fb2: 1511 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Cooking
Subcategory: Cooking Education and Reference

Based on Jan Karon's Mitford series, the Mitford Cookbook is a rich collection of recipes featured in her Mitford novels. The Mitford Cookbook is the frosting on the cake after having read every Mitford Series book written. What a joy to read them.

Based on Jan Karon's Mitford series, the Mitford Cookbook is a rich collection of recipes featured in her Mitford novels. For those not familiar with the Mitford series, the stories revolve around Father Tim's parish in Mitford, North Carolina, and the townsfolk that he comes to know and love. Food plays a central role in many stories, including Esther's famous orange marmalade cake. the characters come alive and I felt like I knew them all personally.

It has over 150 recipes revolving around food from each of the Mitford books. You'll find Sadie Baxter's Apple Pie, Puny's Gazpacho, and Emma's Pork Roast. Also included are Jan's special recipes along with her mother's and grandmother's famous biscuits

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Jan Karon's Mitford Cookbook & Kitchen Reader is a charming companion to the Mitford series that will have readers clamoring to bring into their own kitchens the aromas and flavors that swirl within the little town with the bi. .

Jan Karon's Mitford Cookbook & Kitchen Reader is a charming companion to the Mitford series that will have readers clamoring to bring into their own kitchens the aromas and flavors that swirl within the little town with the big heart. 0641944381 (ISBN13: 9780641944383).

Jan Karon is the author of nine Mitford novels: At Home in Mitford; A Light .

Her children’s books include Miss Fannie’s Hat; Jeremy: The Tale of an Honest Bunny; Violet Comes to Stay; and Violet Goes to the Country. Published by the Penguin Group.

Автор: Karon Jan Название: Jan Karon& Mitford Cookbook and Kitchen Reader .

Along with 150 fabulous recipes are Jans personal reminiscences, dozens fo beloved scenes from each of the Mitford books, jokes, cooking tips, blessings, and a wonderful story never before published in the novels.

Mitford Cookbook and Kitchen Reader. Millions of Mitford fans around the world will agree it s easy to put on a pound or two reading a Mitford novel. Scene after scene of the bestselling series colorful characters enjoying tantalizing dishes can immediately start a craving. Then, before you know it, you ve read several pages by the glow of the refrigerator lightbulb.

Jan Karon is the New York Times–bestselling author of twenty-three books, including the Mitford novels, the Father Tim novels, a popular cookbook .

Jan Karon is the New York Times–bestselling author of twenty-three books, including the Mitford novels, the Father Tim novels, a popular cookbook, and several books for children. She lives near Mr. Jefferson’s Monticello, a World Heritage site in Central Virginia. SOMEWHERE SAFE WITH SOMEBODY GOOD is the tenth Mitford book.

Jan Karon's Mitford Cookbook & Kitchen Reader. For your enjoyment is this very nice cookbook titled Jan Karon's Mitford Cookbook & Kitchen Reader. This one is rated a very strong B+. Item CB-21. ISBN : 0- 670- 03239- 5 Of Pages: 363 Color Pictures: Yes Hard or Soft Cover: Hard.

Jan karon lifetime video. A look at the life of the beloved New York Times bestselling author of the Mitford Series, the timeless Mitford Cookbook and Kitchen Reader, and BATHED IN PRAYER, Father Tim’s Prayers, Sermons, and Reflections from the Mitford Series. 13 November at 06:27 ·. Putnam Books. A good time was definitely had by all.

A collection of beautiful anedotes, delicious recipes, and memorable scenes from the Mitford books by #1 New York Times bestselling author Jan Karon.Millions of readers have discovered the delights of a trip to Mitford, and they've all found themselves hankering for mouthwatering dishes like Father Tim's Rector's Meatloaf and Esther Bolick's outrageously delicious Orange Marmalade Cake. Now, Jan Karon makes it easy to satisfy all these cravings and many more. Along with 150 fabulous recipes are Jan's personal reminiscences, dozens fo beloved scenes from each of the Mitford books, jokes, cooking tips, blessings, and a wonderful story never before published in the novels. For readers and cooks alike, Jan Karon's Mitford Cookbook & Kitchen Reader is a veritable feast.“[Jan Karon's] wonderful cookbook is like a souvenir scrapbook to be dipped into time and again. The real world should be as good as Mitford.”—The Cleveland Plain Dealer
Comments: (7)
Molotok
Based on Jan Karon's Mitford series, the Mitford Cookbook is a rich collection of recipes featured in her Mitford novels. For those not familiar with the Mitford series, the stories revolve around Father Tim's parish in Mitford, North Carolina, and the townsfolk that he comes to know and love. Food plays a central role in many stories, including Esther's famous orange marmalade cake. Numerous fans kept asking Jan for recipes, and she had to work in reverse, hiring chefs to create recipes based on her books.

Not only does the Mitford Cookbook contain important starring recipes, but it also includes beautifully staged food photographs, illustrations, snippets taken from the various novels that complement each recipe, a previously unpublished Mitford story, kitchen hints from Karon, her own kitchen memories of her grandmother, and vintage family photos that really make this a keepsake.

The recipes range from comfort food (Father Tim's meatloaf, Puny's macaroni and cheese, Mama's biscuits) to Southern staples (fried okra, cornbread, fried chicken, greens) to more upscale creations such as Helene's roast poulet with currants, buche de noel, and roasted red pepper rouille with cracked pepper toast. The ingredients and instructions are clearly laid out, with the number of servings in the upper corner of the page. This is comfort food at its best, and the numerous blessings and prayers sprinkled throughout make it food for the soul as well as the stomach.

This is a beautiful gift for fans of the Mitford books or anyone who appreciates a beautiful, practical, and easy-to-use cookbook. It's as much fun to read the various excerpts as it is to sample the recipes (Esther's showstopping orange marmalade cake is definitely worth the work; a friend made it for my birthday this year, and it was divine), and will become a cherished keepsake in your family.
Ariseym
I was surprised and pleased at the size of this cookbook. It is over an inch thick and has heavy, glossy pages, which seem less likely to become stained with the occasional cooking splatter.

I am more of an armchair chef than a real cook, and I bought this book because I love the Mitford characters and story. I wasn't disappointed. The day after getting this in the mail, I sat down for three hours and just read the stories that go along with each recipe, read Jan Karon's notes and sidebars about cooking, the characters, and life, and looked at the mouthwatering recipes, vowing to try some.

I love that most of them are totally simple and anyone can do them (barring the marmalade cake, which you will need to have both a well-stocked kitchen and a whole day set aside to bake), like Father Tim's Meatloaf (Old Faithful) or the three very different (yet still simple) apple pie recipes (made with Sadie Baxters of course!).

So as a cookbook, it gets five stars, and as a Mitford reader, it also surprisingly gets five stars. There is even more text than recipe, and that makes it a true pleasure to relive some of our favorite Mitford moments and imagine bringing the characters to life by preparing their recipes.
Tat
The Mitford Cookbook is the frosting on the cake after having read every Mitford Series book written. What a joy to read them . . . the characters come alive and I felt like I knew them all personally. Buying the cookbook has been so much fun to see what exactly went into the recipes of these delightful characters. My favorite thus far is "Father Tim's Company Stew" made with lamb. It was abolutely the best stew I've ever tasted and my husband agreed it was a big hit. I would definitely serve it to company. In fact, beef stew can't compare with this recipe. I am an avid cook and belong to a cooking group the past several years, and many of these recipes I will be sharing with them.

Another mention are the excerpts taken from the series books that adds more enjoyment when purusing the cookbook. I hope you love it as much as I do, and I'm sure it will be even more special to those who have read the Mitford Series.
Gom
You probably read the whole Mitford Series before thinking of buying this book. Well, this book is a treasure. It is beautifully written and beautifully edited and illustrated. The recipes are good too! But somehow not the focal point of the book. The focus is still on the many varied characters Jan Karon created in her Mitford Series. I didn't put this book in my bookcase with all my other cookbooks. No, I keep it on my coffeetable where I can pick it up and read a favorite tale, or espiode in the characters lives that have grown dear to me. This book has a warm place in my heart, and as a Southern woman, these recipes are very familiar to me. Like I'm reading my grandmother's cookbook.
Alsantrius
As in many southern community social settings, food is a mainstay of Mitford. The residents' interests, status, involvement and experiences are enveloped into a culinary story and cookbook that will bring joy to your life and table.
Zinnthi
I liked the recipe for Esther’s Orange Marmelade Cake. I prepared and served it to rave reviews. The book is comprehensive in the recipe offerings accompanied by stories. My least favorite thing about the book is that the recipes could never be termed healthy. They just taste good.
Uafrmaine
Love this cookbook, as well as the series. I have my own copy and just bought this one for a friend. She's gonna love it!
I was a pleasure to read about the recipes for the food I had been reading about in the books-i'm going to try some.