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Dishing Up Minnesota Cookbook Review
Minnesota is not exactly known for having fabulous food. However, this beautiful cookbook will prove that there are mouthwatering local dishes that are worth making.
Fresh Made Simple Book Review
Here is a very simple cookbook that is uniquely organized. All of the recipes are very easy and can be put together quickly. For those who hate to cook, and those who don't have time, this is a fun book to own.
Watermelon Salad Americana Recipe
Looking for something festive to serve on the 4th of July? Red, white, & blue food is always a hit, and this salad is both easy and refreshing.
Ballpark Eats Cookbook Review
Ballpark Eats is a delightful cookbook with recipes from baseball stadiums across the country. The recipes are simple, but fabulous, and perfect for lunch, dinner, snacks, and parties.
30 Minute Cajun Corn Macque Choux Recipe
Corn Macque Choux is a popular Cajun side dish made with fresh corn cut from the cob and mixed with onions, peppers, and cream. This version has been made into a luscious 30-minute main dish with the addition of bacon and shrimp.
Dishing Up New Jersey Book Review
Dishing up New Jersey is another addition to the Dishing Up Series. It's not perfect, but it has mouthwatering recipes, impressive pictures, and great vignettes.
Nashville Eats Book Review
Every once in a while a cookbook is published that has dozens of dishes that are not only quick and easy, but absolutely tempting. This book is one of them, and for anyone who wants to cook Southern, this is a must-have.
Slow Cooker Mexican Refried Beans
The slow cooker is perfect for cooking dried beans. There is no presoaking needed, and the beans turn out great every time. The best part is that they cook unattended.
Summer Mixed Grain Salad Recipe
Looking for a unique salad to serve at the next backyard barbecue, picnic, or pot luck gathering? This one is easy, can be made ahead, and may just become a favorite.
The Vegetable Butcher Book Review
The Vegetable Butcher is a Must-Have cookbook/reference book for anyone who loves to serve vegetables. While there is only one actual recipe for each vegetable, the book shows how to prep, slice, dice, select and store each vegetable, as well as easy ways to prepare them. Highly Recommended!
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