Hot Dish Heaven

Hot Dish Heaven

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Hot Dish Heaven

This Midwest inspired cookbook by Ann L. Burckhardt offers more casserole recipes than ever imagined! Who knew casserole dishes existed for every meal?

Instead of organizing recipes by course, this cookbook gets creative and arranges hot dish recipes by occasion. From Hot Dishes for Potlucks and Church Suppers to Comfort Foods for Busy Days, this cookbook has a wide array of tasty casseroles sure to please.

Along with background information for each dish, the authors include variations of recipes for budget-minded consumers or those who like to change things up a bit. Also, full menu ideas and cook’s notes are sprinkled throughout.

Comfort foods from the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s are revived with updated versions for busy families of the 21st century. This cookbook offers over 70 recipes of Hot Dish Heaven. Because we know how much you are dying to try the latest twist on your favorite childhood recipe, we’ve included three recipes for you to sample: Biscuit-Topped Beef and Vegetable Casserole, Chicken Pot Pie, and Reuben Bake.

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