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#41 Mon 30 Mar 09 11:22pm

dawnrigoni

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Re: Your Favorite Cookbooks!

Thanks for mentioning a cooking magazine, how could I forget? My favorite one is Cook's Country. Wonderful!!!

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#42 Tue 31 Mar 09 2:25am

bcrain

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Re: Your Favorite Cookbooks!

Dawn, they have an artical on cupcakes in there along with recipes and they talk about other things like wines, cheese, and I think in this issue, Gin as well. smile  oooh, Gin, I like the Gin wink

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#43 Tue 31 Mar 09 2:32am

caitlinharveyau

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Member since Thu 19 Feb 09

Re: Your Favorite Cookbooks!

I have this cute little cook book thats pretty old called what my grndma used to make (I actually think my grandma owned it)

its full of cute little recipes that are just so 'homey' and simple

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#44 Tue 31 Mar 09 9:19pm

judimac

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From East Yorkshire
Member since Wed 16 Jul 08

Re: Your Favorite Cookbooks!

For those of us who like to come home from work to a delicious meal, (and save electricity!) Slow cooking, curry and spice dishes, by Carolyn Humphries. Her Mediterranean and Round the world ones are good too.
Rice Spice and all things nice by Reza Mahammad, and Anjum Anands "easy" Indian are very accessible.

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#45 Thu 09 Apr 09 7:48pm

dawnrigoni

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Re: Your Favorite Cookbooks!

Have a new fav: The Magnolia Bakery Cookbook. Great classics! Yummm...

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#46 Thu 09 Apr 09 8:38pm

minerva

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Re: Your Favorite Cookbooks!

bcrain wrote:

Dawn, they have an artical on cupcakes in there along with recipes and they talk about other things like wines, cheese, and I think in this issue, Gin as well. smile  oooh, Gin, I like the Gin wink

Oh! I REALLY like this kid!

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#47 Thu 07 May 09 7:55pm

dawnrigoni

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Re: Your Favorite Cookbooks!

Hey guys awesome cookbook came in the mail today:
"At Home with Magnolia" by Allysa Torey. Lovely, scrumptious, down home recipes, and really really gorgeous photos of the food and the author's home and property in upstate New York....a big YES for any fans of Country Living magazine! Can't wait to try a recipe...think I'll start with yellow split pea soup with smoked hamhock; sun-dried tomato pasta with corn, orange pepper and pecans;lemon tarragon chicken; red potato, haricot vert, and cherry tomato salad; peanut butter blondies with white chocolate and pecans....
...and many more!  yummy

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#48 Thu 14 May 09 5:09pm

suziwong66

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From Adelaide, Australia
Member since Thu 14 May 09

Re: Your Favorite Cookbooks!

Great thead,
mmmm this is a hard qestion tho hmm ...have stacks of recipe books:
in no particular order:
Linda McCartney's World of vegetarian cooking
the cooks companion - stephanie alexander
the essential dessert cookbook
pizza, calzone & focaccia - maxine clark
Indian cooking - Lalita Ahmed
Jamie's Italian
Domesic Goddess - Nigela Lawson
Nigella Express DVD

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#49 Sun 17 May 09 6:35pm

Africanbear

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From South Africa
Member since Sat 16 May 09

Re: Your Favorite Cookbooks!

One of my favorite cookbooks is "Cook with Jamie" I love a cookbook with great colorful pictures in.   smile

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#50 Mon 18 May 09 1:41pm

itsmarie

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From Surrey UK
Member since Sat 18 Aug 07

Re: Your Favorite Cookbooks!

Passione, Gennaro Contaldo
Everyday, Bill Granger
The Return of the naked chef
Antiono Carluccio`s Italia
Cook with Jamie and i really like Ministry of food.

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