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TBT Cookbook Review: Fashionable Food by Sylvia Lovegren

  Fashionable Food is fabulous. It was published in 1995 and, I am sorry to admit, I just discovered our copy. Suzi and I have a lot of cookbooks, a lot. And sometimes things go onto shelves so you can read them soon, and then soon becomes a lot of years, a lot. Did I…

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Cookbook Review: Summer Berries and Autumn Fruits by Annie Rigg

I think this is cookbook #19 for Annie Rigg, but I may have miscounted. There’s a long list on Amazon and perhaps I missed one. But I’m so glad I have not missed this specific book. It is bigger and bolder than many of her earlier books. They were often small and very focused [Christmas…

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Cookbook Review: The Broad Fork by Hugh Acheson

  The subtitle of this book tells you this book is Recipes for The Wide World of Vegetables and Fruits. That’s putting it politely. Now, on the inside of the front cover is a quote: “What the hell do I do with kohlrabi?” And that is what this book is all about. This is not…

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Cookbook Review: Sirocco by Sabrina Ghayour

  You know this book will be exceptional by just looking at the cover. Yes, sometimes, you can tell by that cover. That dish is Spiced Beet Yogurt. This is the second book by Sabrina Ghayour. She has Iranian heritage, a wide knowledge of Asian and Middle Eastern cuisines, and knows the importance of impressing…

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