The New York Times Heritage Cookbook, 1972, By Jean Hewitt Illustrated Hardcover Book With Dust Jacket, 804 Pages, Published By G P Putnam S Sons. I bought this book for one dollar at a garage sale, and it rapidly became my favorite cookbook, especially for deserts It has all kinds of fascinating ideas for making baked goods healthy I tend to substitute white whole wheat for whole wheat pastry flour, but that a recent addition to the pantry
This is an excellent cook book In 1972, the NTTimes sent people across the U.S to see what people were eating regionally The best recipes were selected for inclusion in this cookbook There are some really great recipes I ve used it several t
If I had to keep just one cookbook, it would be this one Some of our favorite family recipes have come from it s well worn pages. Lots of reginal food There are a few sour dough recipes which are worth the book Some other very unusual recipes I am still digging though this book it has so much to offer. This is may all time favorite cookbook All the recipes I have ever tried came out perfectly Many our now family favorites I love it so much I give it as gifts to everyone I know.
- The New York Times Heritage Cook Book
- Jean Hewitt
- 27 January 2018 Jean Hewitt