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100% Real Cookbook Review
Finally there's a cookbook for people who want to eat good, healthy food, but aren't on the trendy diet bandwagon. This cookbook has dozens of yummy recipes that are diabetic friendly and delicious. No need to visit several specialty food shops - the dishes are made of "real" food.
Nopalito A Mexican Kitchen Cookbook Review
Love Mexican food? This excellent cookbook has new and innovative recipes from the restaurant of the same name, and they are mouthwatering.
Easy Easter Brunch Bake Recipe
Want a luscious breakfast casserole that is easy and light? This one has all the flavors of spring, but is hearty enough to fill everyone up until Easter dinner.
Food 52 Mighty Salads Cookbook Review
Main dish salads are all the rage, and this excellent cookbook has dozens of mouthwatering salads that will appeal to everyone.
Fearless Food Cookbook Review
Have family members with allergies? This delightful cookbook, which is aimed at children, has dozens of edible recipes that will be enjoyed by kids and adults alike. The recipes are easy too.
Refreshed Cookbook Review
No matter how good the chef is, cutting the fat from good recipes is touchy. If you happen to be on the bandwagon where you'd prefer to eat lighter (but missing an important element) food rather than delicious, satisfying food, this is a cookbook for you.
Irish Cabbage with Bacon and Peas Recipe
Cabbage is almost as popular as potatoes in Ireland. This cabbage dish is very Irish, very good, and very easy.
Food Anatomy Book Review
Although there are few recipes in this book, there is a plethora of helpful, fascinating, and fun information on everything food. This is an excellent choice for a gift, and will hold a special place on everyone's cookbook shelf.
Mulligan Stew Recipe
"Mulligan" is another word for Irishman, and this stew originated in the 1900s when the homeless men followed the Irishmen's lead and made community stews. Although the early Mulligan Stews were made from whatever they could scavenge, this is made from good beef and vegetables.
The Chinese Kitchen Garden Cookbook Review
Love to cook Chinese, but have trouble finding some of the ingredients? This cookbook takes you through the steps of planning and cultivating a garden and growing those ingredients in your own back yard.
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