The Casserole Queen's Cookbook

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Click for availability and more information The Casserole Queen's Cookbook, by Crystal Cook
 
Recently while channel surfing, I landed on a "Throwdown" episode with Bobby Flay challenging two women from Austin Texas that were famous for their chicken pot pies. I was curious to find out more about these women, and was thrilled to find out they have released a book called The Casserole Queens Cookbook. Authors Crystal Cook and Sandy Pullock put the "kitch" in kitchen by presenting mouth-watering one dish made from scratch meals that give a nostalgic nod to the 50's and 60's.

With the authors on the cover dressed in vintage clothing, this book has over 100 one-dish recipes that are sure to satisfy even the pickiest eater. The chapter named "Fun for the Whole Family" includes recipes for Meatball Casserole, Royal Cottage Pie, and their signature "World's Greatest Chicken Pot Pie". The "Savory Gourmet" chapter includes "Osso Bucco Fit For A Queen", Coq au Vin, Beef Burgundy, and "Pimpin' Paella". There are even breakfast casseroles such as Bed and Breakfast Casserole, Smokin' Strata, and Blueberry Coffee Cake. There are lots of tips and helpful hints so that you can stock up your freezer with these go-to meals. I truly enjoyed this cookbook and have tried many of the recipes. The meals have been met with rave reviews by my family, and have also resurrected many happy memories of meals from another era.
-Debbie

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