Tagged: ‘casseroles’

Cooking for a Crowd: Moroccan Chicken with Dried Fruit and Olives

Moroccan cuisine is influenced by Spanish and French cooking techniques and their main dish meat and vegetable casserole stews are called tagines, which has become a household word in the culinary circles. It is also the name of the traditional baking dish.

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Slow Cooker Cassoulet

Cassoulet is a dish that typlifies French home and bistro cooking and has somewhat of a legendary status among gourmands. As for most French cooking, it is a regional dish originally from the South West that has become popular all over the country and is standard bistro fare, or even bought canned.

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Not Your Mother’s® Casseroles

Generations of home cooks have turned to the casserole when in need of a quick and easy dinner. These assemble-and-bake meals recall memories of canned vegetables, boxed cheese and condensed soups. No more! In Faith Durand’s new book, you will find more than 200 recipes that bring together the simplicity of the one-pot meal with fresh and healthy ingredients to create casseroles that are decidedly “not your mother’s.”

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Faith Durand

Faith Durand is the managing editor of The Kitchn, the cooking section of ApartmentTherapy.com, an acclaimed lifestyle website and online community. Not Your Mother’s® Casseroles is her first book. She is an avid home cook, gardener, and lover of dinner parties. Durand lives in Columbus, Ohio, with her husband.

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