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Take a recipe road trip across America with Cook’s Country at the wheel and cook along with the TV show. Discover recipes that are foolproof recreations of classic and regional favorites–from small towns to big cities. Season 12 recipes include American classics like Cast Iron Baked Chicken and Grilled Bacon Burgers with Caramelized Onion as well as newly re-created recipes for Monroe County-Style Pork Chops and Drop Meatballs. And revel in 3 chapters of desserts, including Gooey Butter Cake Bars and Blueberry Jam Cake.
In addition to more than 450 recipes for great American food, you’ll get information on the origins and inspiration behind many of the dishes. A comprehensive shopping guide lists all of the winning products featured on the TV show.
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Every Recipe from Every Season
Cook’s Country creates simple, foolproof versions of our country’s best recipes for you to make at home.
Treasured Family Recipe Box Meets Cross-Country Road Trip
Enjoy 450 recipes from all 12 Seasons of our beloved television show, Cook’s Country. These 11 engaging chapters, include “Fork-in-the-Road Favorites” featuring Hawaiian-Style Fried Chicken, Chicago Thin-Crust Pizza, and Hawaiian Macaroni Salad, “Everyone Loves Italian” with Drop Meatballs and Prosciutto Bread, and even “Great American Cakes and Cookies,” including Blueberry Jam Cake, Cowboy Cookies and Gooey Butter Cake Bars.
This is just a glimpse of what recipes you can cook with and for your own family. Featuring recipes for every occasion—casual to elegant—and for every time of year—summer grilling to winter stews. Going to a potluck dinner? Planning a holiday brunch? Looking for inspiration for an easy weeknight dinner? This is your go-to cookbook.
Come along, cook with us, learn a little more about your fellow Americans through the food they love, and then share it all with the people in your life.
Discover Great Tasting, Easy To Make Recipes For Busy Home Cooks
Simplify a Classic
Classic Roast Beef Tenderloin is a showstopper of a dish, but it’s expensive and it can be unwieldy to cook—a high wire act for any cook. We found the best approach is to divide and conquer.
How to Get a Better Layer of Crunch
Still thinking about those amazing Shrimp Po’ Boys you had in New Orleans? Our crispy-crunchy recipe calls for double dredging and rest in the refrigerator before frying.
Did Someone Say Pie?
Looking for a great Coconut Cream Pie? Look no further. Pack sweetened coconut into your pie crust AND custard, and sprinkle toasted coconut over the delicate, fluffy whipped cream topping.