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Cabana: The Cookbook - Brasilian Barbecue & Beyond by David Ponte, Lizzy Barber and Jamie Barber

There are now five Cabana restaurants in London, each offering typical, informal Brasilian food. This book, written by Cabana’s founders, gives recipes from the restaurants’ menus. 220 more words

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3 Posts to Toast Julia Child's 102nd Birthday

Today would have been Julia Child’s 102nd birthday and with her towering height, booming voice, vivacious personality, and insatiable appetite for food, eating, cooking, and learning new things, we can be sure she would have celebrated in style.  402 more words


Cut the Carbs by Tori Haschka

For me, cookbooks have to do three things: first and foremost, the recipes have to work, enabling me to produce tasty and presentable food at the first attempt. 557 more words

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Little Old Lady Recipes

My newest cookbook acquisition is one I picked up in a gift shop in Oak Harbor, Washington. I love touristy type shops because you never know what you’ll find, from odd jewelry to local artists’ designs, to cookbooks you would never find in “normal” stores. 124 more words

Eating In

Gluten Free Table by Jilly Lagasse and Jessie Lagasse Swanson

Gluten Free Table by Jilly Lagasse and Jessie Lagasse Swanson

I like cookbooks. Just about any sort will give me a few hours of entertainment looking over the recipes, photos and stories. 176 more words

2014 Reading Challenge

Tea biscuits: favorite recipes, favorite foods

I don’t know about you, but I have a few cookbooks that have a single recipe that I love so much, I’ve kept the cookbook forever. 330 more words

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What Exactly Defines a “Kitchen Appliance”?



Music – “Tell Me You Can Cook” from The Paint Sisters by The Paint Sisters. Released: 2008

In the wacky, wonderful world (there’s that alliteration again!) of cooking, I have been amused by the inventiveness of the human mind, when it comes to cooking and eating. 782 more words