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Sample recipes from The New Doubleday Cookbook

Hot Cocoa

Inexpensive, easy, and good.

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Herb-Stuffed Flank Steak

The herb-bread stuffing makes two pounds of steak do the job of three.

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Chicken Tetrazzini

This luscious dish deserves the bravos heaped on its famous namesake, Italian coloratura Luisa Tetrazzini.

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Flaky Pastry I

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Spanish Rice

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Boiled Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprouts are a flavorful, versatile, and entirely underrated vegetable. This recipe for Boiled Brussels Sprouts will teach you one of the simplest ways to prepare this hearty vegetable. It only takes five simple ingredients to get these Brussels sprouts from stove to table. Salt, pepper, and butter help to season the sprouts, while boiling them makes them tender yet crisp. To take this delicious Brussels sprouts recipe a step further, you can cover the parboiled sprouts with Parmesan cheese and butter and bake until golden brown.

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Old-Fashioned Potato Salad

Nothing fancy but unusually good.

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Waldorf Salad

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French Dressing (Vinaigrette)

Called vinaigrette in France, French dressing is simply three to four parts olive oil to one part vinegar, seasoned with salt and pepper.

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Baked Custard

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Basic Refrigerator Ice Cream

Turn freezer to coldest setting before beginning this recipe. From this one basic recipe, you can make 14 different flavors of ice cream.

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Old-Fashioned Pumpkin Pie

If you like your pumpkin pie spicy, use the larger amounts of cinnamon and ginger.

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Old-Fashioned Southern Pecan Pie

Almost too good to be true.

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