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Cooking Season by Season Reviews

Cami

Serving up the Best Seasonal Meals

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Pros: Lots of recipes, 1000, to keep your menus fresh. Recipes are categorized by seasons.

Cons: The only thing I wish they had was a gluten free section. That is just a wish. This book has plenty of recipes without gluten in them.

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, complete with color coded pages, making it easy to locate the season you want. The categories are: spring, early summer, high summer, fall, early winter, and late winter. Inside each of these chapters you will also find the recipes broken down in a more traditional format beginning with starters...
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