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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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TBT Cookbook Review: From a Southern Oven by Jean Anderson

  I know: the standard for a Throwback Thursday cookbook is ten years or more. And this book is a mere four years old. Now, I could wait another six years, but that would mean you would miss out for too long on the wonderful fare compiled by the wonderful Jean Anderson. Jean is a…

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Cookbook Review: As the Romans Do by Eleonora Galasso

  To understand this book, you have to understand the author: Eleonora Galasso. She describes herself as a food interpreter and she surely is that. Her life is filled with food from every perspective. Visit her website, http://www.eleonoragalasso.com/about/, and you wonder if she ever has time sleep. She writes, teaches, does pop up secret restaurants,…

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Cookbook Review: Paleo, Monday to Friday by Daniel Green

  Diet ideas tend to come and go. They burst upon us, with often wild claims, then fade as fast as that weight seems to come back on our bodies. But the Paleo Diet is one that is lasting. It’s been around, in various forms, since the 1970s. The initial idea, that this diet represents…

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