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Tasty Express

A great book with plenty of fresh ideas.

A review on: Tasty Express
Waynus

Pros: Lots of vegetarian ideas

This book came unexpectedly across my desk and I must say it has been a wonderful volume to explore. Lots of books have appeared in recent times from food bloggers and this one fits into that category. This is a practical hands on book with everyday recipes that are simply explained and easy to reproduce. The book is beautifully illustrated and the recipes clear and concise. She embraces...
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If you’re looking for something truly different to add to your table, these dishes from Hawaii will do the trick.
If you’re looking for something truly different to add to your table, these...

A Taste of Aloha

Pros: All proceeds from A Taste of Aloha are returned to the community through projects sponsored by the Junior League of Honolulu.

Cons: My copy is getting pretty worn, I may need a new one.

10 Lessons in How to Market Your Food Idea
10 Lessons in How to Market Your Food Idea
Mastering what you love to eat
Mastering what you love to eat

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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

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The French Kitchen Cookbook: Recipes and Lessons from Paris and Provence

The French Kitchen Cookbook: Recipes and Lessons from Paris and Provence

“You may wonder why I would title my book review “Mastering what you love to eat.” However in Patricia Wells’ latest book, The French Kitchen Cookbook, Recipes and Lessons from Paris and Provence, she has a wonderful section in her introduction called “Learning to Cook.” I have to say that in all my classes and studies about cooking, her little tidbit of advice was the best I have ever received....” --Cami

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Cooking Season by Season

Cooking Season by Season

“DK seems to have done it again. They have produced a truly wonderful cookbook. Cooking Season by Season, 1000 recipes to cook through the year by DK has become my current favorite go-to cookbook.  It is a wonderful hard back cookbook brimming with colorful photographs of truly tempting dishes. True to DK fashion the pages are nice and durable.  This cookbook is categorized by seasons,...” --Cami

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Eat Ink: Recipes. Stories. Tattoos.

Eat Ink: Recipes. Stories. Tattoos.

“Eat Ink by Birk O'Halloran (Author) , Daniel Luke Holton (Author) Reviewed by Jim Berman   Cooks are branded into their field. They wear “I’m a cook” as a badge of honor; a war wound, a number across a mug shot. When you shake hands with a cook, you feel the rugged callousness of their hands from sweeping the carnage across their cutting board or hefting a ten-inch chef’s knife over...” --Jim Berman

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The Holiday Kosher Baker: Traditional & Contemporary Holiday Desserts

The Holiday Kosher Baker: Traditional & Contemporary Holiday Desserts

“It is funny what draws you to a cookbook.  Sometimes it’s the cover. Maybe it’s an author you recognize. Or maybe, just maybe, it is one little pastry or other wonderful creation that calls out to you.  This last applies to me.  While perusing cookbooks at the local book store, I was intrigued by a tray full of little bronzed pastries on the front cover of “The Holiday Kosher...” --Cami

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Saved by Cake: Over 80 Ways to Bake Yourself Happy

Saved by Cake: Over 80 Ways to Bake Yourself Happy

“I was looking forward to reading “Saved by Cake, Over 80 Ways to Bake Yourself Happy” by Marian Keyes. The title intrigued me. Death by chocolate was familiar to me, so I was wondering if this was going to be a play on that. I was happily surprised by the depth of content in this cookbook.  Saved by Cake isn’t only about recipes from a self-taught baker, but how baking, and baking for...” --Cami

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Double Delicious: Good, Simple Food for Busy, Complicated Lives

Double Delicious: Good, Simple Food for Busy, Complicated Lives

“With Deceptively Delicious already on my bookshelf I was looking forward to this next installment in Jessica Seinfeld’s cookbook collection.  Double Delicious! Good, Simple Food for Busy, Complicated Lives is Seinfeld’s follow on to Deceptively Delicious.  Being familiar with her first cookbook I already had frozen purees on hand which enabled me to jump right in and start cooking. ...” --Cami

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The German Kitchen: Traditional Recipes, Regional Favorites

The German Kitchen: Traditional Recipes, Regional Favorites

“I recently had the joy of picking up "The German Kitchen" by Christopher and Catherine Knuth and I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised.  The book's tag line is "Traditional Recipes, Regional Favorites and that is exactly what the book offers the reader.  You won't find recipes that require you to source fruits from Asia or strange grains from South America.  There are no...” --Pete

100% Positive Reviews
Instructions to the Cook: A Zen Master's Lessons in Living a Life That Matters

Instructions to the Cook: A Zen Master's Lessons in Living a Life That Matters

“Instructions to the Cook Bernard Glassman & Rick Fields   Reviewed by Jim Berman   Guilty! I judged a book by its cover. I was in between titles, waiting for Ivan Ramen and the new Rene Redzpi, while I doggedly flopped through the new releases section at the local big-box  book store. The title, Instructions to the Cook caught my attention and I bought it, unopened...” --Jim Berman

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The Brown Betty Cookbook

The Brown Betty Cookbook

“For quite a while the neighborhood bakery seemed to be dying out, just like the neighborhood butcher and other individually-owned businesses.  Along with this unfortunate trend was the loss of the history and the cherished recipes that were part of the community’s character.  Thankfully such bakeries are beginning to make a comeback as shoppers recognize the originality of the baked...” --prtybrd

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