The Classic Hoosier Cookbook
Published by: Indiana University Press
Long before there were television channels devoted to cooking or eating strange new food, the art of cooking could be found right in your own hometown. Beloved and at last back in print, The Classic Hoosier Cookbook is a treasure trove of mouthwatering recipes handed down from generation to generation by Hoosiers across the state. This cookbook has it all: the best biscuits ever; delicious casseroles for every occasion; page after page of tasty, time-tested desserts; and a zillion ways to turn beef, pork, and poultry into truly memorable feasts. There's everything from an elegant Salmon Newburg to Polly's Squirrel Roast, always "best to eat while still hot enough to burn your hands," to making dandelion wine from scratch (be patient), and don't dare miss that astonishing recipe for Sugar Cream Pie, first made in 1816!
This is a timeless compendium for everyone, showing us food as it used to be and how it should be prepared. The nearly 1200 recipes in The Classic Hoosier Cookbook will intrigue, entertain, and satisfy all.
Table of Contents
Foreword by Mary E. Fuqua
Appetizers and Beverages
Soups, Stews, and Chowders
Salads and Salad Dressings
Beef and Pork
Poultry, Fish, and Wild Game
Cheese, Eggs, and Meat Accompaniments
Cereals and Pastas
Breads, Rolls, and Sandwiches
Cakes and Cake Frostings
Cookies and Candy
Cooking for a Crowd
This cookbook is unbeatable if you want retro comfort food." ~Bloom Magazine
""...an extensive compilation of the very best of Indiana cookery...The recipes printed here are often the first printing of secret ingredients that have been passed down from generation to generation by word of mouth or on tattered scraps of worn paper." - Indianapolis Home and Garden.
"It is a cookbook to use, not just to own. But, even if you care nothing about cooking, the final chapter on Old-Time 'Receipts' is worth perusal just for the fun of it." - Herald-Telephone (Bloomington).
"The Hoosier Cookbook is one to add to your treasured volumes and to pass down to a daughter or granddaughter." – The South Bend Tribune"
It is a cookbook to use, not just to own. But, even if you care nothing about cooking, the final chapter on Old-Time 'Receipts' is worth perusal just for the fun of it." ~Herald-Telephone
An extensive compilation of the very best of Indiana cookery." ~Indianapolis Home and Garden
The Hoosier Cookbook is one to add to your treasured volumes and to pass down . . ." ~The South Bend Tribune