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Cooking by the book(s)
I like to read, and I’ll read just about anything: fiction, nonfiction, magazines, the back of the cereal box at breakfast when nothing else is available ... anything that piques my interest, amuses me or helps me learn something new is fair game. read more
Amazon Goldbox RSS: A great tool for Amazon Affiliater!
Amazon Gold Boxs is a special list from Amazon consist of many great selected items that come with a big discount for very limited time. Find out how to promote GoldBox deals and making money without having a website or blog. read more
Clinton Foundation Was Cooking The Books – Media Not Interested
Remember presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton who couldn’t lose the last election? The hysterical media hasn’t forgotten. They still try to let all Trump voters know each day since then how stupid they were to vote for him. But we all know now ... read more
Cooking by the book: Local chefs talk about favorite cookbooks
With more than 300 cookbooks scattered throughout my condo, I never need to open the same book or make the same meal. But there are some recipes so special — such as Rick Tramonto and Mary Goodbody's Roasted Parmesan-Cream Onions in their book "Osteria ... read more
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The recipes a THREE-year-old can make! Cookbook features meals so easy children can whip them up by themselves (including minestrone soup and even burgers)
To me it is about enthusing them about food and cooking and giving recognition and praise for helping make something for everyone to eat.' The book's recipes include a healthy take on a creamy fruit fool, minestrone soup and even homemade burgers - but ... read more
Some of the newest cookbooks look like comics. But does that work for readers?
The book, released in April, is a primer that she says puts “ideas, concepts, philosophy” first. If it was solely text, it would be unwelcomingly dense. But since the West Coast cook’s intention was to get people to cook without recipes, she didn’t ... read more
Cook by the Book: Cooking with Shelburne Farms
I’ve never been to Vermont and frankly I’ve only recently developed much of a taste for maple syrup. Though I receive a fair number of regional cookbooks I usually don’t find them very interesting. So I really did not expect to fall in love with ... read more
Cooking by the Book
Something must be radically wrong with a country that will not buy novels but will gobble up cookbooks of almost any kind. Americans, the moral seems to be, can neither read nor cook. At least, however, the boom market in cookbooks indicates that we are ... read more
Cooking by the book
British food columnist and TV presenter Nigel Slater dislikes recipes. In his cookbook Appetite he compares them to a pair of too-tight cycling shorts. There is, he says, an enormous difference between following instructions – including his own – and ... read more
Cooking by the Book
I love books. Skipping the typical route of formal culinary school, I sought a lot of my early education from them. These days, I don't afford myself nearly enough time for reading, and to be honest, when I do, they tend to be books with more pictures than ... read more