The Side Dish Bible: 1001 Perfect Recipes for Every Vegetable, Rice, Grain, and Bean Dish You Will Ever Need

The Side Dish Bible: 1001 Perfect Recipes for Every Vegetable, Rice, Grain, and Bean Dish You Will Ever Need Details

A roadmap to help home cooks round out and enhance any meal, for any occasion with 1001 recipes for every type of side dish imaginable.

Every cook struggles over making side dishes, from choosing what goes best with the main course to getting stuck in a rut making the same tired green beans and rice. But this destined-to-be-dog-ear'd compendium of side dishes changes all that; more thorough than any other cookbook, our first complete compilation of side dishes offers 1,001 perfect recipes for tonight and every night, whether you only have a few minutes or need your next dinner-party go-to.

Chapters are organized by type of side dish to help you find just what you're looking for. For weeknight inspiration, Basics You Can Count On offers quick-and-easy recipes like Skillet-Roasted Brussels Sprouts you can make in just 10 minutes. Having company? Choose elegant sides from Dinner Party Winners, like a stunning Pommes Anna or Pearl Couscous with Caramelized Fennel and Spinach. Tasked with bringing a side to a potluck? Potluck Favorites offers recipes that everyone will ask for, like Chopped Caprese Salad. Reimagining your holiday table? The Holiday chapter mixes reliable standbys like Creamy Mashed Potatoes and Classic Bread Stuffing, with fresh, seasonal dishes, like Farro Salad with Butternut Squash and Radicchio and Garlic-Scented Mashed Sweet Potatoes with Coconut Milk and Cilantro. A Bread Basket chapter is included as are creative sauces and toppings for taking things up a notch.

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    The Side Dish Bible: 1001 Perfect Recipes for Every Vegetable, Rice, Grain, and Bean Dish You Will Ever Need Reviews

  • Stephanie

    Really enjoying the recipes in this book. Doesn't feel as clinical as when Christopher Kimball was running the show....

  • Rebecca

    Pictures of recipes? Not all are pictured.Commentary on recipes? Yes.Nutrition facts? No.Recipe Style? Pretty much anything you could consider a side dish.Any keepers? Yes.I think the only thing I did...

  • Kathy

    An excellent compendium of side dishes’ recipes, organized in a smart and intuitive fashion. This “America’s Test Kitchen” tome feels quite different from when Christopher Kimball was its edit...

  • Sherri

    This hefty volume seems not for the faint of heart. As with all America's Test Kitchen recipes you know you're getting tried and true recipes. Are there photos for all; no, but then again I don't know...

  • Kim

    I'm a tad biased as I love to cook and have had a lot of luck with recipes in the America's Test Kitchen cookbooks that I own. I will pretty much buy any of their books sight unseen. Also I tend to re...

  • Krysti

    This book has everything you need for any side dish. There are recipes for pressure cookers, slow cookers and everything between with easily explained reasons for why they chose what they did. Interes...

  • Miss Clark

    3.5 starsIt provides a multitude of options for almost any side dish you could want. It also has a handy dandy guide for vegetable cooking times.Favourite recipes:Pasta Salad with Roasted Fennel, Red ...

  • Katie

    Great ResourceWonderful collection of recipes to use as accompaniments although many could be adapted for main dishes. I borrowed this book from the library but have it on my wishlist of books I’d l...

  • Kate Guinan

    It's the kind of book you might want to own, the encyclopedic volume is too overwhelming to just browse. But nonetheless it's America's Test Kitchen so the recipes seem pretty solid....

  • Elleah🦄

    Stinks...