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The Complete Guide to Northern Gulf Seafood
New Orleans in a Slow Cooker?
New Orleans in a Slow Cooker?
Great book to learn from
Great book to learn from

Professional Baking

Pros: Clear instruction, wide variety of techniques, small batches

Cons: Small batches, no tips/tricks of the trade

A Fresh Approach to Cooking
A Fresh Approach to Cooking

Fresh and Light

Pros: Visually appealing with beautiful photographs of every recipe.

Cons: No nutrient information provided.

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Fresh Happy Tasty by Coxwell, Jane. (William Morrow Cookbooks,2013) [Hardcover]

Fresh Happy Tasty by Coxwell, Jane. (William Morrow Cookbooks,2013) [Hardcover]

“According to the calendar, summer is just around the corner.  Unfortunately, someone forgot to tell that to the weather up here in Wisconsin.  It might be early May but it still feels like March here in the Dairy State, with its gray, leaden skies, biting winds, and rain that feels like it is on the verge of turning back into snow.  Into this cold and dreary weather a small...” --Pete

100% Positive Reviews
Cooking Up a Business: Lessons from Food Lovers Who Turned Their Passion into a Career -- and How You Can, Too

Cooking Up a Business: Lessons from Food Lovers Who Turned Their Passion into a Career -- and How You Can, Too

“Are you a backyard barbecue warrior with a great sauce you want to try and market?  Maybe your friends tell you that you should sell that granola you give as Christmas gifts, or maybe you've created a new food that meets the needs of a niche market that hasn't been exploited yet.  Well, before you even consider trying to turn your item into a product found in stores across the nation,...” --Pete

100% Positive Reviews
The Complete Guide to Northern Gulf Seafood

The Complete Guide to Northern Gulf Seafood

“I've been on a bit of New Orleans Cajun and Creole kick with my cookbook reviews recently so I thought I'd stray a bit, although not too far and review a cookbook about seafood that can be found all along the Northern Gulf, from Texas to Florida (and yes that does encompass both Louisiana and New Orleans.   Tom Bailey has recently written a wonderful book called "The Complete Guide to...” --Pete

100% Positive Reviews
In a While, Crocodile: New Orleans Slow Cooker Recipes

In a While, Crocodile: New Orleans Slow Cooker Recipes

“When I was just embarking on my culinary career I spent a good amount of time working in New Orleans.  To this day I still have a fondness for the Cajun and Creole foods I discovered while living and working there.  Fast forward 20 plus years and I am now a father and husband in a 2 income family.  As such, the slow cooker has become our friend, allowing us to put together a...” --Pete

100% Positive Reviews
Fresh and Light

Fresh and Light

“This was one of the most fun cookbooks I’ve read in a while.  Donna Hay has created a cookbook that will certainly bring a new perspective to your cooking.  She advocates the use of fresh, wholesome ingredients, without pushing a particular “diet.”  With photographs of every recipe, laid out in logically in meal based chapters, such as breakfast, lunch and salads, desserts, etc.,...” --Cami

100% Positive Reviews
Family Cookbook

Family Cookbook

“I was excited to get DK’s newest cookbook Family Cookbook by Caroline Bretherton. Like all the DK cookbooks, it is bursting with vivid food photographs that are sure to catch your attention.  Bretherton herself has been in the food industry for over 20 years and raised a family along the way.  She took her personal experience and shaped it into what she calls her Family Cookbook. ...” --Cami

100% Positive Reviews
New Orleans Classic Cocktails (Classics)

New Orleans Classic Cocktails (Classics)

“While I have been involved in the restaurant world since I was a kid, I consider attending culinary school the start of my professional career.  As such, my first "professional" job was at the Royal Sonesta Hotel in New Orleans.  And it was here, in New Orleans that I had my first taste of "cocktail" culture.  Sure, as a college student, I did more than my fair share of drinking,...” --Pete

100% Positive Reviews
Pure and Special: Gourmet Indian Vegetarian Cuisine

Pure and Special: Gourmet Indian Vegetarian Cuisine

“Pure & Special, Gourmet Indian Vegetarian Cuisine, is the new well-written and beautifully photographed book by Indian cooking authority, Vidhu Mittal. Living up to it's subtitle of being gourmet Indian vegetarian cuisine, this is anything but the average Indian cookbook.   Yes, you will find Indian restaurant staples such as saag paneer and roti (which happen to be two of my...” --JackBlack

100% Positive Reviews
Four Kitchens: Beautiful, mouth-watering, restaurant-quality food to cook at home

Four Kitchens: Beautiful, mouth-watering, restaurant-quality food to cook at home

“This is a really useful cookbook for those who want to improve the standard of their family meals. The recipes are most definately restaurant quality and display a variety of approaches with familiar ingredients and techniques.   I feel that many restaurant cookbooks of late fall into the "food porn" catagory. Don't get me wrong I love some of these books and they are so much fun....” --Waynus

100% Positive Reviews
Emeril's Cooking with Power: 100 Delicious Recipes Starring Your Slow Cooker, Multi Cooker, Pressure Cooker, and Deep Fryer

Emeril's Cooking with Power: 100 Delicious Recipes Starring Your Slow Cooker, Multi Cooker, Pressure Cooker, and Deep Fryer

“Emeril Lagasse doesn’t hold back anything in his new book Emeril’s Cooking with Power. It is packed full of flavor, butter, heavy cream, and cheese. I can’t forget the cheese! What Emeril has set out to do is create a cookbook that covers a variety of recipes for your slow cooker, multi cooker, pressure cooker and deep fryer.  His intent is for you to dust off your pressure cooker, or...” --Cami

100% Positive Reviews