Cookbook Reviews

  1. Create Lasting Memories (and Delicious Dishes) with "Musicians, Memories & Morsels" Cookbook

    Create Lasting Memories (and Delicious Dishes) with "Musicians, Memories & Morsels" Cookbook

    Cookbooks are a dime a dozen these days: just about anyone can put together a series of recipes, give it a catchy name, and throw it out on an over saturated market. Once in a while, a truly unique...

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  2. Cookbook Reviews: Martha Stewart's "Meatless"

    Cookbook Reviews: Martha Stewart's "Meatless"

    As a vegetarian, it can be a struggle to find recipes that aren't centered around meat. After all, there are only so many variations on green salad. That's why I'm glad I discovered "Meatless," a cookbook of vegetarian recipes...

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  3. Cookbook Reviews: This "Prune" Is A Peach

    Cookbook Reviews: This "Prune" Is A Peach

    Gabrielle Hamilton broke into the publishing world with "Blood, Bones and Butter," her nonfiction account of what it's like to work in the New York restaurant industry. Her follow-up to that bestseller is quite different, but we expect it...

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  4. Ina Garten's More Than Just A 'Celebrity Chef'

    Ina Garten's More Than Just A 'Celebrity Chef'

    Many people who are serious about food look at celebrity chefs with a little disdain. They think Giada de Laurentiis, for example, has her own TV show and line of products not because she's an innovative or imaginative chef,...

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  5. Cookbook Reviews: 'First Prize Pies' Takes A Blue Ribbon

    Cookbook Reviews: 'First Prize Pies' Takes A Blue Ribbon

    "First Prize Pies" by Allison Kave Pie is arguably the most classic, homey sort of dessert there is. Almost nobody doesn't like pie, but let's be honest -- the traditional standbys of apple and pumpkin can get a little...

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