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In a While, Crocodile: New Orleans Slow Cooker Recipes
A great cook book to up the quality of family meals.
A great cook book to up the quality of family meals.
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.

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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
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
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
Dutch Oven Secrets

Dutch Oven Secrets

Here's a valuable book for those who are new to the art of Dutch oven cooking. Written by a veteran of several World Championship Dutch Oven Cook-offs, this guide has it all! A helpful list of tools takes the guesswork out of what accessories to buy and suggests what features to look for when selecting them. Tips are given for seasoning, cleaning, and storing cast-iron and aluminum Dutch...

Ivan Ramen: Love, Obsession, and Recipes from Tokyo's Most Unlikely Noodle Joint

Ivan Ramen: Love, Obsession, and Recipes from Tokyo's Most Unlikely Noodle Joint

“Ivan Ramen by Ivan Orkin (Author) with Chris Ying (Author) Reviewed by Jim Berman   Ivan Orkin wrote a cookbook as much as he penned a piece on motivation. He wrote about the nuance of subtle, nearly unperceivable flavor as much as he composed a book on survival.  He wrote a lesson for cooks as much as he scribed a lesson for living. Ivan Ramen is a timely prescription for...” --Jim Berman

100% Positive Reviews
The New Book of Middle Eastern Food

The New Book of Middle Eastern Food

“ Claudia Rodan is a culinary giant.  Her books, Mediterranean Cookery and The Good Food of Italy - Region by Region are must-haves for anyone who loves elegant, yet down to earth cooking.    The New Book of Middle Eastern Food is an magnum opus, comprehensive, yet so simply presented that I believe a cook with no familiarity with the region or cuisines would set a...” --ChefAmos

100% Positive Reviews
Food Culture in the Near East, Middle East, and North Africa (Food Culture around the World)

Food Culture in the Near East, Middle East, and North Africa (Food Culture around the World)

The similar cuisines of the Near East, Middle East, and North Africa stem from ancient cultures and variable climates, ranging from Mediterranean to desert. The major monotheistic religions developed in the Middle East, and students and other readers will learn how religous strictures on food and drink continue to play an important role in eating habits there today for Muslims, Jews, and...

The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Recipes from an Accidental Country Girl

The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Recipes from an Accidental Country Girl

“Written by Rachel Young  Cooking on the ranch Ree Drumond, or “Pioneer Woman,” as she is known by many, started blogging in 2006, creating the award winning website www.thepioneerwoman.com.  It is there she shares about her life on a working cattle ranch, which includes many of the recipes she makes for her friends and family.      The author is not professionally trained, but that does not...” --ryoung

100% Positive Reviews
A Taste of Aloha

A Taste of Aloha

“The Hawaiian language is very complicated.  A word or portion of a word can mean many different things, but for me when I hear the word ALOHA, I hear the HA, meaning ‘the breath of life’ or ‘the sharing of breath’.  Next I think of sharing food, good food, food from Hawaii. With so many cultures having meshed so beautifully together in such a tiny place, you’ll find pretty much any...” --kaneohegirlinaz

100% Positive Reviews
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