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Cooking Light Cooking Through the Seasons: An Everyday Guide to Enjoying the Freshest Food by Cooking Light Magazine

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  • Citrusy rhubarb sorbet

    • Christine on October 30, 2012

      Not my favorite sorbet recipe I've ever made, but it wasn't bad either. I definitely had to leave it out to soften a bit before serving, as mine got some icy crystallization.

  • Mixed citrus marmalade

    • ccmcooks on February 05, 2014


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  • ISBN 10 0848733193
  • ISBN 13 9780848733193
  • Published Apr 05 2010
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 400
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Oxmoor House, Incorporated
  • Imprint Oxmoor House, Incorporated

Publishers Text

Cook your way through the year, and enjoy the finest ingredients each season has to offer with Cooking Light Cooking through the Seasons.

As your authority on seasonal cooking, this complete cookbook highlights each season and shows you how to incorporate the finest produce available into your home-cooked meals. You'll find helpful tips on how to handle and prepare choice ingredients, plus excellent suggestions for flavor companions. With over 250 recipes to choose from, you'll never be far from a delicious season-inspired meal.

All the recipes that fill the pages of this book have been tested and approved by the Cooking Light Test Kitchens staff to ensure that they're not only healthy and easy to prepare, but that they also have the all-important "yum factor."

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