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The Pumpkin Cookbook Review
during the fall through the winter when pumpkin and winter squashes are available, it's nice to prepare new and innovative dishes with them. This cookbook has enough ideas and easy recipes to keep every cook busy.

Smörgåsbord Cookbook Review
If you like Scandinavian food, you'll love this cookbook. It has good recipes, easy instructions, and cute illustrations.

Impatient Foodie Cookbook Review
Short on time, but want to serve gourmet-type meals? This delightful cookbook has dozens of great ideas that are quick, easy, and delicious. Highly recommended for busy cooks.

From Boiling Water Book Review
This cookbook/Travelogue has fun vignettes and some mouthwatering recipes. The author is a professional chef, but the recipes aren't difficult.

Pure & Simple Cookbook Review
Looking for a new way to eat healthy without having to follow a diet? Belgium bestselling cookbook author and former fashion model Pascale Naessens, gives good advice for everyone, along with mouthwatering recipes.

Grilled Chicken, Farfalle and Tomato Salad Recipe
Salads are absolutely essential to summer barbecues and pot luck gatherings. This is an easy salad that has minimal ingredients, and takes very little hands-on time. It's yummy, too.

Foiled Campfire Brunch Recipe
Both children and adults love meals cooked in foil packets. And although most are filled with lunch and dinner specialties, these are brunch - eggs, hash browns, and ham.

Pizza Camp Book Review
Want to learn to make great pizza at home? Joe Beddia, whose pizzeria was named the best pizza in America by Bon Appetite, shows you how with step-by-step instructions and great photos.

Beautiful Smoothie Bowls Book Review
Smoothies have been the trend for several years, and this cookbook is perfect for anyone who likes them. Rather than have something that is just a drink, the author takes it a step further and makes the smoothies into beautiful bowls eaten with a spoon and garnished with fresh fruits and veggies.

Easy Pesto Pull-Aparts Recipe
Get out the automatic bread machine and throw in a few dough ingredients; while they are mixing unattended, you can pick the basil in your garden and make fabulous pesto. The rolls are shaped like cinnamon rolls then baked with lots of Parmesan cheese. Minimal hands-on time and Yummy!

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