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The Supper Book

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Great ideas and recipes for supper, that often neglected but increasingly practical evening meal that includes lighter fare and smaller portions. Try Eggplant Filled with Roasted Veggies, Persimmon-Pear Salad, Posole Salad Soup, more.
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Published May 7th 1995 by Random House Value Publishing (first published 1992)
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Stacy
Apr 26, 2011 Stacy rated it really liked it
Shelves: cookbooks
This book, from the author of The Fannie Farmer Cookbook, is a little like having some basic cooking classes with your grandma, or great-grandma (depending on your age). It hearkens back to a simpler time, and many of the recipes here would be suitable for beginner cooks.

I love Ms. Cunningham's philosophy of supper:

"I love supper... Sitting down to one dish, with bread, butter, and a desert, can put the world back into a pleasant perspective...

Supper is more a state of mind than a meal bound by
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Emilie
Jul 31, 2013 Emilie rated it liked it
Some of the recipes lack common sense... Or cooking sense. For instance on page 31 there is a recipe for "Sharon's lentil salsa soup" and lists garlic, carrots and onions in that order to be sautéed. The garlic should go in last, not first unless you want to burn them!
Anyway, I've tried a few of the recipes and all have been pretty good but lacking some sense.
Claire
Feb 04, 2008 Claire rated it liked it
A philosophy of cooking that I liked. Not so keen on all her recipes, though...
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Marion Cunningham was born in Southern California in 1922, and now lives in Walnut Creek. She was responsible for the revision of The Fannie Farmer Cookbook and is the author of The Breakfast Book, and Cooking with Children. She travels frequently throughout the country giving cooking demonstrations (some with James Beard), has contributed articles to "Bon Appetit," "Food & Wine," and "Gour ...more
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