THE PEANUT COOKBOOK by Natalie Donna

THE PEANUT COOKBOOK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A good, generous collection of easy recipes for snacks and main dinner events, all of which respect the integrity of the legume in full crunch. There's plenty of play with wholesome ingredients--for example, there are nineteen suggestions for sandwich fillings using fruit, raw vegetables, honey and seeds, cookie and brownie recipes, and a bread made from whole wheat flour. Those peanut butter marriages adults would like to forget (like p.b. and ice cream or cream cheese) appear among others more appealing to the whole family. Parents might even agree to ingest a granola spectacular baked for breakfast or a snack. And the author gives directions for making your own peanut butter in grinder or blender. With attractive two-color illustrations and unobtrusive safety tips, a satisfying specialty cookbook.

Pub Date: Feb. 16th, 1976
Page count: 56pp
Publisher: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard