Casserole Season Is Here and This Cookbook Is Your Field Guide

Casserole Season Is Here and This Cookbook Is Your Field Guide

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Emma Christensen
Oct 21, 2014

The book: Sunday Casseroles by Betty Rosbottom

The angle: Sundays are for slow-baked casseroles.

Recipes for right now: Chicken, Sweet Potato, and Bacon Casserole; Cold Nights Sausage and Potato Gratin; Shrimp Baked in Coconut and Lime Rice; Chipotle Chili Baked Under a Cornbread Crust

Who would enjoy this book? Sunday cooks who like leftovers all week.

Quick Facts

Who wrote it: Betty Rosbottom

Who published it: Chronicle Books

Number of recipes: 60

Other highlights: It is undeniably casserole season, folks. Chill in the air, piles of leaves, early sunsets — it's time to turn on the oven and make the house smell amazing. That's what this book is for. It's easy to fall back on old favorites like Shepherd's Pie and Potato Gratin, but Betty Rosbottom offers some new ideas that are too tempting to pass up. That Chipotle Chili baked under cornbread has my name written all over it.

She divides the book into major ingredients, making it easy to pick a casserole based on our mood or what's in the fridge: chicken, pork and beef, seafood, and veggies, plus casserole baked with a crust, pasta casseroles, and breakfast casseroles. That's a lot of casseroles. And a lot of ways to spell "comfort."

Find the book at your local library, independent bookstore, or Amazon: Sunday Casseroles by Betty Rosbottom

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