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The New Irish Table Cookbook Review
This beautiful cookbook will change the way you look at Irish food. No Corned Beef and Cabbage here! The book showcases Irelands diverse ingredients such as salmon and Irish butter. The desserts are divine, and there are beautiful salads, breads, and main dishes.

Margaret Preston Recipes for Food & Art Review
Margaret Preston was a famous artist in Australia, and her paintings are colorful and fun. She was also an excellent cook, and this book has pictures of her life, pictures of her paintings, and simple Australian recipes.

A Meatloaf in Every Oven Cookbook Review
Meatloaf is the quintessential comfort food. but you don't have to prepare the same one your great-grandma did. The recipes in this fun cookbook are innovative, and will please even the most picky eaters.

Valentine's Day Heart-y Hamburgers Recipe
It's very little work to shape hamburger into hearts. It's also easy to make buns to fit them in the automatic bread machine. This is a great idea for a non-romantic Valentine's Day dinner.

The Pho Cookbook Book Review
Want to know everything there is to know about Pho, that trendy dish that is becoming more and more popular across the country? This is it; it's well-worth adding to any cookbook collection.

Easy Super Bowl Ideas
Having a Super Bowl Sunday party? Here are some ideas to make yours perfect using slow cookers to prepare dishes and keep them hot.

The Short Stack Cookbook Review
This fun cookbook takes several common single ingredients and offers fabulous recipes using them. The book is fun to read, since there are explanations and stories about the recipes, and the instructions are easy to follow.

Leo Tolstoy's Family Recipe Book Review
It's always fun to get a glimpse into the lives of famous people, and this book has fascinating information about the author of War and Peace and Anna Karenina, as well as recipes from the diary of Tolstoy's wife, Sophia.

Bacon, Butternut & Squash Soup Recipe
January is National Soup Month, and nothing tastes quite so good as a warming bowl of soup during cold weather. This soup has plenty of nutrition, and it's good and easy.

Salad In a Jar Cookbook Review
Salad in a Jar is a great cookbook for anyone who packs lunches to go. It also contains recipes for breakfasts in a jar, as well as snacks.

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