Our American Heritage Cookbook Recipes From the Open Hearth to the Modern Kitchen

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How to roast meat the old-fashioned way using open-hearth cooking, includes information on roasting instead of baking, cooking in a fireplace and open-hearth recipes. Our American Heritage Cookbook: Recipes From the Open Hearth to the Modern Kitchen by Hugh Gowan, Judy Gowan, et al.

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The Open Hearth: A Colonial Cookbook The authentic recipes are from some of the earliest days of our country’s history. There are more than 60 recipes in the book. Everything from one pot meals to deserts. You will also find some very interesting information on the history of cooking during this time period.

All recipes can be easily prepared in the modern kitchen.

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Hugh Gowan, Judy Gowan, Joe Campbell. avg rating — 0 ratings — published Want to Read /5(2). The authors emphasize the appliances and techniques that make open-hearth cooking realistic in today's homes where the fireplace is not in the kitchen.

The authors explain the art of building a good cooking fire and maintaining the three basic temperatures - low, medium and high - needed to prepare almost all foods, and suggest ways to keep the Reviews: The strength of this book is that it is more a cultural history of early American cooking than a collection of recipes.

In fact, about two-thirds of the book is devoted to explanations of the tools and process of cooking in early America. A tin kitchen, by the way, was “a cylindrical tin box, open on one side, which sat in front of fire.

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Here is an except from the introduction. Hearth cooking flavors food from the fire. Learn how to cook on an open hearth, an ancient, practical and enjoyable culinary tradition. Our cookbook serves up more than all-time favorite recipes for the foods you grew up with.

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Callahan, Home Economics Editor, Sunset Magazine. Recipes in this book are as modern as. This is a beautiful reproduction of the first ever American cookbook, with recipes using ingredients unique to America.

While the recipes contained in this book are not what would be normally produced in a modern American kitchen, they provide a valuable insight into the changes of 4/5(31). Course Side Dishes 84 Cuisine American 51 Course Desserts or Baked Goods 48 Main Ingredient Potatoes 47 Main Ingredient Vegetables 47 Recipe Type Make Ahead One-Pan Turkey Breast and Stuffing Published: August   Sweet-Potato Waffles (Early American recipe popular in the 's) Preparation time: 15 to 20 minutes Cooking time: 1 hour on open hearth or use an electric waffle iron 4 eggs 2 cups milk 1.

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