Tuna noodle, broccoli cheese, shepherd’s pie? Sure, these potluck stalwarts have a rich history and can be fashioned with panache. But, let’s admit it. They’re played out, tired, and just plain BORING. To all whom adore the classic but tasteless, please kiss my . . . casserole!
Why not look around the world and find inspiration? Ever try a Chinese shaguo? How about an Ethiopian wat? I'll bet you never even thought of cooking up a Icelandic Ofnsteiktur fiskur með lauk og osti! Now’s your chance!
Kiss My Casserole! to the rescue. This book updates, overhauls, and flies the humble casserole around the globe with delicious, simple, and innovative results. Accessible ingredients, familiar techniques, and a touch of the exotic will make you a star at the next office luncheon. Your colleagues will clamor for more! You’ll find easy-to-follow recipes for:
• Southwest tomato tamale pie
• Berlin sausage kraut casserole
• Ghanaian yam casserole
• Tuscan barley pilaf
• Mumbai lamb biryani
• Creole Cassoulet
• Thai coconut chicken casserole
• Crab scampi bake
• Strawberry rhubarb crisp
Kiss My Casserole!
100 Global Recipes for Modern and Easy Oven-Fresh Comfort Foods
Howie Southworth, Greg Matza
6 February 2018
7.50 x 9.00in.
About the author
Howie Southworth is a globetrotter, insatiable gastronome, and avid cast-iron cook. Armed with a culinary degree and two hungry sons, he regularly attempts to recreate his favorite dishes from around the world. An educator by day, Howie loves the sizzle of bacon and long walks on the beach. He lives in Alexandria, Virginia.
Greg Matza grew up in Los Angeles, weaned on a diet that stretched from Iran to the Philippines to El Salvador—all within a couple of miles from his home. Greg is currently the proud parent of an 80,000 BTU propane burner and a collection of very nice potholders. They all live happily in the San Francisco Bay area.