|Re: coho cookbook?||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Raymond D. Gasser (raygasserdelphi.com)|
|Date: Wed, 14 Jan 1998 21:38:15 -0600|
At 02:44 PM 1/14/98 -0600, fassnach [at] ssc.wisc.edu wrote: > One thing that could be of help here are recipes from other groups. >In thinking about this a little bit more, it also occurred to me that >if a coho cookbook were available, it would give new groups something >to start with, instead of their having to figure out for themselves >how long it takes the pasta to cook (stove and pot-size dependent, I'm >sure), how long to allow for stir frying, -- or just what kind of >meals work and which ones don't. > Is there a coho cookbook available anywhere? >Stephanie Fassnacht >Village Cohousing >Madison WI > Best I've seen is "Moosewood Restaurant Cooks For A Crowd"from the Moosewood Restaurant, a pretty well-known mostly vegetarian & fish restaurant that happens to be about 2-1/2 miles from us. It gives recipes for 24 people at a time and tells you all the tricks of expanding recipes for more people. It's not always "double everything for twice as many people". It gives measurements in both weight & volume, talks about nutritional needs, menu planning for seasonal availability, etc. Publisher is John Wiley & sons, Inc. and it's probably available at most large or alternative bookstores. cove price is$34.95 US. It's probably used for half or more of our CH meals. Ray Gasser EcoVillage at Ithaca
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