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The Best Casserole Cookbook Ever
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The Best Casserole Cookbook Ever

The Best Casserole Cookbook Ever By Beatrice Ojakangas, Chronicle Books, 2008. Paperback. $25; 640 pages

By including a tagine, a goulash, and a rarebit in her collection, Beatrice Ojakangas co-opts most things baked for her casserole categorizing, including appetizers and desserts. The old-fashioned concoctions stand out: Sweet Onion, Rosemary, and Cheese Slather; Baked Chicken Chowder; and Three Cheese Breakfast Casserole. Freezing and thawing are covered, as are the basic sauces.

GIVE THIS TO: The comfort-food cook. —Mary Goodbody

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