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"The cast-iron skillet, that sturdy, versatile, traditional kitchen workhorse, is being rediscovered by today's savvy home cooks. It is an essential multitasker that 85% of us own but far fewer of us reach for daily, mostly because we have one or two recipes we use it for and that's it. Enter the experts at America's Test Kitchen, who have perfected the classic dishes everyone knows and loves (steak, perfect fried eggs, cornbread) but have also developed 120 surprising, and inspiring recipes (skillet apple pie, pizza, cinnamon swirl bread) that will move your cast iron to the front of the cabinet."
Learn to cook it all in cast iron! The cast-iron skillet is a sturdy, versatile, traditional kitchen workhorse that 85% of us own but far fewer of us reach for daily, mostly because we have one or two recipes we use it for and otherwise it stays in the back of the cabinet. In this new cookbook, the editors of Cook's Country will show you everything you need to know about cast-iron cookware and the many (and often surprising) dishes you can cook and bake in this multitasker of a pan, from the classic dishes everyone knows and loves like steak, perfect fried eggs, and cornbread, to innovative and inspiring recipes like skillet apple pie, pizza, and cinnamon swirl bread. Learn about this cast iron's history and what makes it uniquely American and let us show you how to shop for, season, care for, and clean this perfect pan.
An introduction to the benefits of cooking with cast iron cookware furnishes more than 150 recipes--including main and side dishes, breads, and desserts--that demonstrate the versatility of cast iron, featuring such delectable treats as Pan-Fried Catfish, Mexican Rise with Annatto and Avocado, Bananas Foster, and Red Pepper Gorgonzola Bread Pudding. Original.
Warm, crumbly cornbread. Chicken sizzling in the pan. Childhood memories filled with delicious, home-cooked dishes and your family there to enjoy it with you. Cast iron's popularity faded in the '70s—replaced by chemically processed cookware—but today's cooks are reigniting a passion for wholesome cast-iron-cooked meals. This ain't your grandma's kitchen—caring for and cooking with cast iron is easy, healthy, and totally Pinterest worthy. In Modern Cast Iron, self-proclaimed cast-iron connoisseur Ashley L. Jones recaptures the ease and joy of cooking with cast-iron cookware. Jones introduces readers to the best brands and types of cast-iron cookware to fulfill any cook's needs. She offers detailed tips and tricks for rescuing old, rusted pans and keeping them properly seasoned, and she shares recommendations for the best cooking oil for every recipe. With Jones's help, both experienced and beginner cooks will be able to rival grandma's cooking. Chock-full of stories from Jones's own childhood growing up with cast-iron meals, as well as recipe after tantalizing recipe—from breakfast quiche to gluten-free meals and beautiful blueberry cobbler—Modern Cast Iron explores the countless ways that cast iron benefits health and happiness. A comprehensive guide to all things cast iron and home-style cookin', Modern Cast Iron offers a new way for cooks to spice up the kitchen using all-natural tools and ingredients.
Use a Dutch oven in your kitchen or over hot coals to bake breads and desserts, simmer soups, or roast meats and vegetables. With new meal ideas and new color photography, Dutch Oven & Cast Iron Cooking, Revised and Expanded Edition offers complete instructions for using the classic Dutch oven to cook mouthwatering food that practically slides out of the pan. More than 100 recipes are provided for breakfast, breads, main dishes, side dishes, and desserts. Includes valuable tips for seasoning, cleaning, drying and storing cast iron cookware. Perfect for any camp enthusiast, most recipes include instructions for both indoor and outdoor cooking methods.
In some cooking circles, cast iron gets a bad rep – people think it's old-fashioned, heavy, and hard to take care of. And really, how often do folks nowadays need to hitch up a mule and wagon and leave civilization and Teflon-coated sauté pans behind? True, cast iron is old; it's been around since the Middle Ages. And it is heavy. No one can dispute that even a small, cast-iron pot has a heft to it that no other cookware has. Nevertheless, cast-iron cookware has a place in today's kitchens, and that doesn’t mean simply hanging on the wall for decoration. Cast iron has much to offer modern-day cooks; it's easy to use, easy to care for, economical, versatile, and durable, and let's face it, it has a nostalgic appeal that no other cookware has. But more compelling than all those reasons is that it's a great cookware that makes great food. In fact, most cast-iron cooks will tell you that food cooked in cast iron tastes better than food cooked in anything else! Cast-Iron Cooking For Dummies is for those cooks who may want to inject a little adventure and variety into their cooking. If you've never even thought of using cast-iron cookware, or you have a few cast-iron pots lying around, you'll discover all you need to know about making great food using cast iron. Here just a sampling of what you'll find in Cast-Iron Cooking For Dummies: Selecting the right cast-iron cookware for you Seasoning a new cast-iron pan Caring for your cast-iron cookware Discovering techniques to enhance your cast-iron cooking Enjoying cast-iron cooking in the Great Outdoors Tons of delicious recipes, from main and side dishes to desserts and international dishes Top Ten lists on ways to make your cast-iron cookware last longer, the best dishes suited for cast iron, and tips for achieving success in cast-iron cooking So, whether you're a cooking novice or an experienced chef, you can find plenty of enjoyment from cooking with cast iron – and Cast-Iron Cooking For Dummies can show you the way.
Small-batch, one-pot dishes to share with close friends and family! In Cast-Iron Cooking for Two, Joanna Pruess celebrates the enduring appeal of cast-iron cooking and the countless twosomes who love sharing home-cooked food. Her 75 easy and flavorful recipes feature versatile cast-iron skillets that are the right size for people cooking for two (or three), whether they be empty nesters, college students, or just anyone who is not feeding a group. From Spicy Beer-Battered Shrimp with Remoulade Sauce to Homey Oven-Roasted Chicken Thighs and Legs with Pan Gravy to Orange-Sesame Shortbread Cookies, you’ll find dishes that are perfect for any occasion when it’s just the two of youؙ—or maybe even a few! Date night, Sunday morning with a couple of kids, or a casual drop-in dinner for a close friend. Real ingredients that are easily accessible, along with a smattering of high-quality convenience foods (think prepared pesto, pumpkin pie spice mix), help the home cook save time, money, and cupboard and counter space. Home cooks are discovering the cast-iron pan, popular for centuries, as a tool for economical, easy, elemental ways to cook. Pruess includes a section about caring for pans and debunking some commonly held myths about cooking with cast-iron. Joanna invites the cook to get creative, mix and match, and buck tradition: Buckwheat Crêpes with Smoked Salmon can be served for breakfast, brunch, or even dinner. Blackberry Cobbler with Candied Ginger and Oat Streusel Topping could even become a celebratory breakfast instead of a dessert. And some of the side dishes, such as Roasted Corn Pancakes with Cherry Tomato Salsa and Sweet Potato Pancakes with Brussels Sprouts Slaw, could be the center of a light dinner or lunch. There’s something for everyone—and their closest friends and family—in Pruess’s latest, Cast-Iron Cooking for Two.
With a motto of, “We have more fun than anyone,” Sisters on the Fly member Irene Rawlings introduces readers to the culinary comfort of cooking with cast iron inside Cast-Iron Cooking with Sisters on the Fly. Harkening back to the days of car travel before the interstate highway system made it easy to get to today’s popular camping spots, Irene offers heirloom and contemporary recipes presented alongside engaging stories and action photos of kindred Sisters cooking deliciously flavorful meals with readily available ingredients over campfires and at their home ranges. Special to this collection, Rawlings explores the basics of cooking with cast iron for 100 tasty main dishes, delectable sides and appetizers, scrumptious biscuits and breads, to-die-for desserts, and luscious libations. From Un-Stuffed Cabbage and Camp Dutch Oven Roast to Chicken-Cashew Pasta Salad, Sweet Potato Biscuits, and Miss Verbena’s Pimento Cheese, as well as favorites including Cowgirl Bean Bake and Bertie’s Quick Peach Cobbler, Cast-Iron Cooking with Sisters on the Fly is a photographic cookbook travelogue complete with informative sidebars covering everything from poison ivy to a broken heart, along with tips for purchasing, seasoning, cooking with, and caring for cast iron. Share in the Sisters’ love of cooking with cast iron inside Cast-Iron Cooking with Sisters on the Fly.
Stylish and functional cast-iron cookware is prized for its versatility, durability, and exceptional heating capabilities. Now home cooks can get the most out of their cast-iron collection with over 40 recipes for the Dutch oven, skillet, and more. Whether it’s your grandmother’s well-seasoned black skillet or the brightly colored enameled pot you received as a wedding present, cast iron is the perfect choice for nearly any cooking task. You can use a Dutch oven to slow-simmer chicken until meltingly tender; a heavy frying pan to sear steaks to a juicy, browned finish; a ridged stove-top grill pan to cook golden and oozing cheese sandwiches; and a sturdy roasting pan to caramelize sweet root vegetables in the oven. Organized by type of cookware, each chapter shows the many ways to use these popular pots and pans, adored by professional chefs and home cooks alike. More than 40 tempting recipes are included, many of which boast beautiful, full-color photographs. From a hearty vegetable frittata and spicy beef chili to comforting lemon-herb chicken and decadent chocolate bread pudding, this book offers recipes for every meal of the day. Sample Recipes: Dutch Ovens & Braisers Olive oil–braised potatoes with herbs Brussels sprouts with bacon & onions Herbed beef stew Southern-style fried chicken Garlic-braised chicken Asian-style braised short ribs Rustic walnut no-knead bread Berry cobbler Frying Pans Tomato, arugula & goat cheese frittata Dutch baby with cinnamon pears Zucchini fritters with herbed yogurt Jalapeño-cheddar corn bread Grill Pans Summer vegetables with balsamic Fish tacos with mango salsa Chicken under a brick Three-cheese panini Peaches with cardamom honey Baking, Roasting & Gratin Pans Breakfast strata Potato & chard gratin Macaroni & cheese with bread crumbs Meat lasagna Rhubarb & apple crumble
For years, the Dutch oven has been popular on the grill and barbecue scene, and cooking with the "black pots" over an open fire has become a fashionable cult; it is a symbol of the Wild West, freedom and adventure. Bothe shows you how to cook over open flames in a Dutch over, from roasts and casseroles to desserts and breads.