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  • Time to Party

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    When it’s party time, showcase your style and flare with some help from Entertaining by Donna Hay. Hay, the Australian cookbook author and magazine editor, helps you plan the perfect event, from “coffee and cake” to “red carpet dining” – … Continue reading

  • We’ve Only Just Begun

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    Start your favorite newlyweds off in the right cooking direction with The Newlywed Cookbook by Robin Miller. From traditional favorites like Mac ‘n Cheese to new favorites like Tandoori Chicken, this book will get them started towards a lifetime of … Continue reading

  • Newbies

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    For the college student or new-to-the-workforce cook, try Rachel Ray’s Express Lane Meals. This book makes fresh, homemade meals an achievable objective, even after a busy workday. A good starter book for those new to cooking and to being on … Continue reading

  • Broadening Horizons

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    When it’s time to broaden cooking horizons, add Gourmet Today, edited by Ruth Reichl, to the cookbook library. This comprehensive, user-friendly book has more than 1000 recipes from many kinds of cuisine that will fire-up your creative cook – use … Continue reading

  • Kicking it Up a Notch (or Two)

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    If it’s time to really kick up your cooking game, then it’s time for Ad Hoc at Home by Thomas Keller. One of America’s most celebrated chefs shares his versions of comfort food – and by “his versions” we mean, … Continue reading

  • King or Queen of the Grill

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    Outdoor entertaining is a surefire way to enhance any weekend or “staycation.” Become a grill master with The BBQ Bible by Stephen Raichlen. In this book, the grilling techniques, photographs, recipes, and quick fixes to common problems will make you … Continue reading

  • Meat De-mystified

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    The meat department is often the most confusing, and expensive, part of a trip to the grocery store. The Complete Meat Cookbook by Bruce Aidells and Denis Kelly gives you the information to find what you’re looking for – based … Continue reading

  • Fish Friendly

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    Never wonder again about how to cook fish or whether you’re buying sustainably and responsibly. Fish Without a Doubt – The Cook’s Essential Companion by Rick Moonen and Roy Finamore leaves no stone unturned in teaching everything from how to … Continue reading

  • Veritable Vegetables

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    Boost your antioxidant intake and have fun doing it with Perfect Vegetables from the Editors of Cook’s Illustrated Magazine. Learn how to select the best veggies at the market and cook them to perfection.

  • Sweet Journeys

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    To add sweetness and richness to a life of good cooking, add The Simple Art of Perfect Baking by Flo Braker to your cookbook library. This book will take you from the everyday to the holiday – a very sweet … Continue reading

  • So Smart

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    When you need to know just about anything about cooking, from ingredients to technique, reach for The New Food Lover’s Companion by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. This user friendly quick reference book will tell you what you need … Continue reading

  • Buttermilk

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    To make a buttermilk substitute, put 1 tablespoon of vinegar or lemon juice in a liquid measuring cup and add milk to the 1 cup mark. Let stand for five minutes.

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