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by Anne Byrn

  • ISBN: 0761146407
  • Category: Cookbooks
  • Author: Anne Byrn
  • Subcategory: Quick & Easy
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Workman Publishing Company (October 26, 2007)
  • Pages: 528 pages
  • FB2 size: 1761 kb
  • EPUB size: 1876 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 140
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What Can I Bring?Cookbook. Published by Thriftbooks. Anne Byrn does it again! She makes entertaining less stressful and very enjoyable

What Can I Bring?Cookbook. com User, 11 years ago. This is a book I wish I'd had when my kids were young. So many times I could have used this. But now my husband belongs to clubs which from time to time we have a potluck and this is very, very, helpful. Anne Byrn does it again! She makes entertaining less stressful and very enjoyable. I have already tried a bunch of the appetizers as well as main courses and friends and family requested the recipes. It's so easy to double up and/or do ahead with her tips and how-tos.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Anne Byrn, an inspired cook, problem solver, and bestselling author of The Cake Mix Doctor cookbook and other books with over . million copies in print, knows exactly how to answer the question.

The "what can I bring" cookbook has many great ideas for bring along foods. The lady Byrn has a good feel for this kind of foods

It has more than 200 recipes, and there is a very good variety of recipes, including vegetarian ones or ones that could be easily made vegetarian/vegan. The "what can I bring" cookbook has many great ideas for bring along foods. The lady Byrn has a good feel for this kind of foods. The Gorgonzla cheeseball was a special hit at several potlucks I took it to, along with my family gathering at Xmas time.

What Can I Bring? Cookbook.

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Results from Google Books. Anne Byrn, an inspired cook, problem solver, and bestselling author of The Cake Mix Doctor cookbook and other books. The One Cookbook Every Southerner Will Wan. outhern Living to the rescue! We can think of one cookbook that will please even the pickiest (er, most selective) Southerner on your list. Manufacturer: Workman Publishing Company Release date: 10 November 2007 ISBN-10 : 0761143920 ISBN-13: 9780761143925.

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Potlucks and picnics, dinner parties and church socials, fundraisers, toasts to the teacher, reunions, cookouts—it's the busy age of shared meals, which means with every invitation comes the question: " What can I bring?" Anne Byrn, an inspired cook, problem solver, and bestselling author of The Cake Mix Doctor cookbook and other books with over 2.6 million copies in print, knows exactly how to answer the question. Cutting through menu block—a condition familiar to everyone who cooks—here are over 200 delicious suggestions for crowd-pleasing food that’s designed to travel. There are finger foods, canapes, and "trios"—Trio of Marinated Goat Cheese, Asian Summer Rolls with a Trio of Sauces, Trio of Pastry-Wrapped Camemberts. 25 surprising salads: White Corn Salad with Fresh Thyme, Asparagus and Grilled Peppers with Asian Soy Dressing. Main dishes for a party, from Southern-Style Pulled Pork to Creamy White Bean and Spinach Lasagne. Desserts (of course, 25 of them), and a full chapter of loaves and other gifts from the kitchen, including Chocolate Sour Cherry Bread and Sun-Cooked Peach Preserves. Each recipe comes with Tote Notes (how best to transport the dish), Big Batch (how to multiply the dish), and When You Arrive (how to put the finishing touches on the dish). Plus there are "Grab & Gos"—super-quick recipes—for each section, etiquette tips for working in someone else's kitchen, and a "Notes" area for each recipe, to jot down tips and log in when you made the dish and for what occasion, so you don't repeat yourself.
Reviews about What Can I Bring? Cookbook (7):
Dakora
This cookbook marks a departure from Ann Byrn's mainstay of "cake doctor" -- books about improving on ready-mixes for better results. It's more like a regular cookbook, with the emphasis on party food -- buffets, picnics, church suppers and such. Not bad, but not up to the equal of her "Cake Doctor" series.
Flamekiller
I'm a good cook and baker, but every time I have to bring something to a get-together, I end up obsessing over what to bring. I fall back on the same old things so much that I get bored, even though people seem to enjoy what I bring. Recently, I have been asked to bring food for various organizations/activities--probably at least once a month. This book, which is under $20.00, is well worth the price. It has more than 200 recipes, and there is a very good variety of recipes, including vegetarian ones or ones that could be easily made vegetarian/vegan. That's important to me because I have a vegetarian daughter. It is great that the author provides information on how to increase the amount of servings if practical, and provides a time-line of how long to expect to take to make the dish. Her notes on "how to tote" the dishes are helpful, since getting the dish there intact is important. There are some recipes at the end of the book for gift-giving and they will be wonderful for Christmas gifts. I like that the author did all my trial-and-error work for me--testing what goes over well at a pot-luck, is fairly simply to make, and travels well. I want to buy more of her books after purchasing this one, because her recipes are "real life, without too many exotic ingredients, and food that people would actually eat.
Daizil
The "what can I bring" cookbook has many great ideas for bring along foods. The lady Byrn has a good feel for this kind of foods. The Gorgonzla cheeseball was a special hit at several potlucks I took it to, along with my family gathering at Xmas time. The book is laid out by types, salads, apptizers, etc. I downloaded it on to my Kindle from the Amazon website, great when someone askes what is in this? As my Kindle goes every where with me, great to have a book ready anywhere you are stuck.
Painshade
This is an excellent book for anyone who goes to the occasional pot luck and has no idea what to take. There are many easy items to make that are not so heavy to carry to your destination. I am very please with the book, I first got it from my local library and decided it was one I wanted to own.
Gandree
This book answers a lot of questions regarding the etiquette of bringing food, or hosting a party where folks bring food; the presentation of the food; items to convey your food in, etc. I'm not a very adventurous cook but I do like to do my part when it comes to pot-lucks and helping out with showers, so I found this book to be extremely helpful!
Mori
Many of these recipes are not new, but that's OK. My bigger gripe is that so many of them, especially the appetizers and salads, call for cilantro and are rather Tex-Mex. That means they are of limited use to me, because I just don't do Tex-Mex cooking very often. The extra pages and menu ideas mentioned by other reviewers are annoying on a Kindle. Still, the recipe for turkey burgers looks good, and I have been searching for one. So I guess I got my money's worth. Glad I didn't pay full price.
ChallengeMine
My wife has a copy of this cookbook, and she's always using it when someone pops in at the last moment, or when time gets away from her. We bought this to give to a cousin who is in the same situation. The recipes are easy and tasty, and healthy as well.
The 18 Minute Salmon recipe is worth the cookbook in itself! I have given this book as gifts many times, and the recipients love it, as do I. Great suggestions on transporting as well as great recipes.

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