I have yet to own a copy of the hefty 880-page read written by former New York Times food columnist Molly O’Neill, but as I’ve just found out tonight, my Milk Chocolate and Marshmallow Cornflake Cookie recipe made it on page 756! Here’s a snippet from the Simon & Schuster website, describing the book and its author:
“Meticulously selected from more than 20,000 contributions, the cookbook’s 600 recipes are a definitive portrait of what we eat and why. In this lavish volume—illustrated throughout with historic photographs, folk art, vintage advertisements, and family snapshots—O’Neill celebrates heirloom recipes like the Doughty family’s old-fashioned black duck and dumplings that originated on a long-vanished island off Virginia’s Eastern Shore, the Pueblo tamales that Norma Naranjo makes in her horno in New Mexico, as well as modern riffs such as a Boston teenager’s recipe for asparagus soup scented with nigella seeds and truffle oil.”
Will post my feature and recipe once I have a copy of the book!
Image courtesy of Simon & Schuster.
UPDATE 01/19/11: I have a photo of the page! Click on the image to zoom in and view the recipe.
UPDATE 06/07/12: You can also view the full recipe at All My Sugar 🙂