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The New Brooklyn Cookbook: Recipes and Stories from 31 Restaurants That Put Brooklyn on the Culinary Map

A Traveling Taste Experience

prtybrd

Pros: human interest stories, good recipes, nice introduction to the area

Cons: many recipes require significant time and/or effort, only a couple of recipes from each restaurant

  One of the joys of living in or near New York City is that you can visit all of the different buroughs and try amazing food prepared by the city’s large immigrant population.  While some areas are a longer subway ride than others, they all seem to be worth the extra trip.  This is especially true of Brooklyn, which is having a renaissance of sorts, with some incredible...
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Some ideas for local and seasonal eaters
Some ideas for local and seasonal eaters
Fun in the Sun and the Kitchen
Fun in the Sun and the Kitchen
Oldie but a goody!!
Oldie but a goody!!

Cooking Down East

Pros: easy to follow recipes, simple cohearant format

Cons: no pictures in my older edition

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Cranberry Companion (Traditional Country Life Recipe Series)

Cranberry Companion (Traditional Country Life Recipe Series)

James Baker contributes a detailed and well organized story about cranberries from the pre-colonial period to the present day. Liz Clark's marvelous and mouthwatering recipes will alert everyone to the nutritional and culinary value of the cranberry. Cranberries are more American than apple pie. It wouldn't be Thanksgiving without cranberry sauce, and Christmas dinner in America would...

Cranberry Cooking for All Seasons

Cranberry Cooking for All Seasons

Are you always searching for creative, original recipes? Do you enjoy eating healthy foods? If so, you will love this colorful, high-quality cookbook, featuring cranberries as the star attraction in 125 innovative recipes. Here are easy-to-follow recipes for meat and poultry dishes, sauces, desserts, breads, cakes, stuffing, relishes, beverages, and preserves. Plus, background and...

The New Brooklyn Cookbook: Recipes and Stories from 31 Restaurants That Put Brooklyn on the Culinary Map

The New Brooklyn Cookbook: Recipes and Stories from 31 Restaurants That Put Brooklyn on the Culinary Map

“   One of the joys of living in or near New York City is that you can visit all of the different buroughs and try amazing food prepared by the city’s large immigrant population.  While some areas are a longer subway ride than others, they all seem to be worth the extra trip.  This is especially true of Brooklyn, which is having a renaissance of sorts, with some incredible...” --prtybrd

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Cooking Close to Home: A Year of Seasonal Recipes

Cooking Close to Home: A Year of Seasonal Recipes

“                 First impressions first: Cooking Closer to Home: A Year of Seasonal Recipes is full of well composed photographs of beautiful dishes, but they suffer from poor print quality. It may be of interest to know that they chose to use an environmentally responsible publisher, which is in line with the message...” --Nicholas Beebe

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The Maine Summers Cookbook: Recipes for Delicious, Sun-Filled Days

The Maine Summers Cookbook: Recipes for Delicious, Sun-Filled Days

“      When you pick up a cookbook, do you open it with all the enthusiasm of opening the refrigerator when looking for a late night snack?   So often this happens to me, because I am used to opening a cookbook only to be disappointed with what is inside.  The Maine Summers Cookbook did not disappoint me; in fact, it may have rekindled the old cooking flames...” --JustPJ

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What's Cooking down in Maine A practical cookbook of good Maine Food

What's Cooking down in Maine A practical cookbook of good Maine Food

“ I was feeling neighborly, so when the family next door broke the news that they were moving, I asked if there was anything I could do to help. Next thing I knew, I was knee-deep in a larder full of books. “Take as many as you like,” urged my neighbor Louise, “you’ll be doing us a huge favor.” It was a veritable treasure trove of books on cooking that had been stashed away for decades and,...” --GourmetM

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Cooking Down East

Cooking Down East

“ Do you need a good well rounded, simple to follow, down home, cooking like mom used to make cookbook?  Cooking Down  East by Marjorie Standish may be just that book.  I am lucky enough to have a 1968 old yellow copy of this book signed by the author.  Mrs. Standish wrote a column for the widely read (in Maine anyway) Maine Sunday Telegram since 1948, and was such a popular...” --JustPJ

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Yum, Yum!:  The New Hampshire Kid's Cookbook (Carole Marsh New Hampshire Books)

Yum, Yum!: The New Hampshire Kid's Cookbook (Carole Marsh New Hampshire Books)

During school visits, Carole discovered that kids love to talk about food. So, she decided this was a great way to approach history, geography, multicultural studies, women, science & more - by teaching kids the culinary contributions of New Hampshire and the history and folklore behind them. Who created the first corn flake? What was the first pizza called? Who sold the first hot...

Recipes & Rhyme: Comfort Food from the Northeast Kingdom

Recipes & Rhyme: Comfort Food from the Northeast Kingdom

The recipes in this appealing book were compiled from personal cookbooks begun in the 1890s and added to for sixty years. With Vermont frugality, they were pasted onto and written in the blank spaces of hardbound books. Selections from two volumes of vernacular light verse by Mary Elkins Gardyne, Oup in Ole Vermont and Encore, accompany recipes with names that are gastronomic poetry in...