Published privately around 1950, Cooking a la Francaise is a collection of recipes "designed to solve some of the culinary problems of the hostess who would like to rely less on the cocktails and more on the food to stimulate and delight her guests. They have been chosen by one, who being French and brought up in France, has long been familiar with the merits of French cooking." this small cookbook preceeds Julia Child's Mastering the Art of French Cooking by 10 years."
Mimi Wilson and Mary Beth Lagerborg are back with a brand new book that features their Once-A-Month Cooking technique guaranteed to save time and money. Filled with all-new cycles - two one-month cycles, two two-week cycles, and three speciality cycles: gourmet, summer, and gluten-free - their trademark method remains the same: You shop for an entire cycle all at once, buying in bulk and saving money. You do all the food prep for the cycle the next day, freezing and refrigerating what needs to be kept cold, stocking the pantry when appropriate. Then, as the family assembles for mealtime, you do some quick finishing and it's ready - fast and delicious Once-a-Month Cooking Family Favorites has something for every kind of eater and includes such soon-to-be favourites as:
Her microwave titles are widely acclaimed as the definitive guides to this increasingly popular method of cooking. "Microwave Cooking Times At A Glance" provides easy-to-follow instructions so that you can produce easy-to-devour meals the whole family will enjoy - especially the cook whose time spent in the kitchen is instantly minimised!