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The Cook’s Illustrated Cookbook giveaway!

The Cook’s Illustrated Cookbook

I’ve been enjoying my copy of The Cook’s Illustrated Cookbook, the newest cookbook from Chris Kimball and the rest of the team at America’s Test Kitchen. The huge book has more than 2000 recipes and was put out to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the publication of the Cook’s Illustrated magazine. To read a full review of the book, check out this post. To do ... Read More »

The Cook’s Illustrated Cookbook

The Cook's Illustrated Cookbook

Cook’s Illustrated probably has the most devoted following of any food magazine – and for good reason. Their no-nonsense magazines each contain recipes that were exhaustively tested to ensure they represent the best result possible, as well as product and equipment reviews that you can trust. The first Cook’s Illustrated magazine hit the stands in 1992, which means that the magazine is about to celebrate ... Read More »

The Cookiepedia

The Cookiepedia

The Cookiepedia is a cookbook that is dedicated to cookies of all kinds, from homey Everything But The Kitchen Sink Cookies to fancy French Macarons. You might think from the name that this book is an encyclopedic tome, huge and heavy with almost too many cookie recipes to try – but you’d be wrong. The book is actually a friendly spiral-bound volume that gives you ... Read More »

Search all your cookbooks with Eat Your Books

Eat Your Books

I have a very large cookbook collection and, while I never have a problem finding a recipe that I’m interested in making just by flipping through the pages, it’s not always easy to find a recipe right away when I’m looking for something specific. For instance, if I want a recipe for pork chops with apples for a fall dinner, it may take me a ... Read More »

Dolci: Italy’s Sweets

Dolci: Italy's Sweets

Although creamy tiramisu, crisp biscotti and fruity gelato might be the first things that come to mind when you think of Italian desserts, they are only the top of what is a very large dessert iceberg. In Dolci: Italy’s Sweets, author Francine Segan has put together a collection of more than 200 modern and classic recipes for desserts and other sweet treats from Italy. Segan ... Read More »

Top Pot Hand-Forged Doughnuts: Secrets and Recipes for the Home Baker

Top Pot Hand-Forged Doughnuts: Secrets and Recipes for the Home Baker

Top Pot Donuts are some of the most well known donuts in the country. The company is based in Seattle, where the donuts have quite the following of fans, and they have been seen in the pastry cases at Starbucks stores, too. Top Pot Hand-Forged Doughnuts: Secrets and Recipes for the Home Baker begins with a brief history of this popular donut company, where the ... Read More »

Peas and Thank You: Simple Meatless Meals the Whole Family Will Love

Peas and Thank You: Simple Meatless Meals the Whole Family Will Love

Peas and Thank You: Simple Meatless Meals the Whole Family Will Love is not a cookbook that is geared towards sneaking vegetables into foods so that your kids will eat them. It is a cookbook that supports the idea that meatless meals can be a healthy addition to the weekly (or daily) diet of you and your whole family. The cookbook, based on a blog ... Read More »

Mini Cupcakes

Mini Cupcakes

One of the reasons that people love cupcakes is their small size, which makes them easy to eat and serve, as well as simply looking cute. Mini cupcakes, however, have the edge on larger cupcakes when it comes to cuteness. Also easy to eat and serve, miniature cupcakes are bite sized and pack a punch of flavor with the perfect amount of frosting and cake ... Read More »

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