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Better Homes & Gardens Ultimate Casseroles Book "More Than 400 Comfort Food Classics" Reviews

JustPJ

Where's the taste?

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Pros: great photography, loads of recipe ideas, easy to find ingredients, good nutritional information

Cons: recipes need adding to make tasty

Casseroles have had a bad reputation over the years.  Personally I love a good casserole.  Those one dish wonders are not only a time saver for the busy homemaker they are a nutritious often delicious concoction of goodness.  I sincerely doubt most of us can honestly say that they grew up without eating a casserole or two that their mother placed on the table.  Why is it then, that we, as a culture of foodies, have taken such a poor view of this dish?   I’ll tell you! DULL AND BORING!  Many casseroles are just that, dull and boring.  They are thrown together leftovers, as a rule, put into the same dish and wet down with a can or two of creamed...
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