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Do you have a new cookbook that you are enjoying?

I just got Make it Fast Cook it Slow!

(Slow cooker recipe book)

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      Kathryn O'Hara wrote Oct 11, 2010
    • I don’t have any new ones, but I love reading thru cookbooks.  I am currently going thru my bread cookbook. It is the Sunseet Cookbook of Breads and I got it as a wedding shower gift in 1982.  It is battered and stained, but I love it.  

       I want to learn how to make sourdough starter and make sourdough breads.  I have read it is healthier because the fermentation process breaks down the gluten.




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      Angelcart wrote Oct 11, 2010
    • Kathryn, home made sourdough bread is soooo good!  I used to work with a lady who made the best.  I too would love to make if I wasn’t so lazy.happy




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      Tuliplady wrote Oct 11, 2010
    • I have a new “Good Eats” cook book from Alton Brown.  I haven’t cooked anything out of it, but it sure is fun to read.  It gives all the information that the tv show does, plus talks about some of the behind the scenes stuff.

      Katheryn, I just bought on old Sunset house bread book at the thrift shop.  Lots of fun stuff in that thing.  So far I’ve only made one recipe, but it turned out GREAT!




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      Mary Clark wrote Oct 11, 2010
    • Mindy....coming from the south...and living in the Augusta, GA area....home of the Masters Golf Tournament...I will have to say the best cookbook for me is called...Tea Time at the Masters.  It is like a staple in most households in this area.  It has a lot of recipes from golfers and their wives...but they are awesome recipes.  

      This cookbook was put out by the Junior League of Augusta.

      The first one:  Tea Time at the Masters
      The second book:  Second Roound

      I like the first one better.
      But this isn’t a new cookbook....first put out in the 70’s but still a staple.




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      Cathie Beck wrote Oct 13, 2010
    • Mindy, that sounds like a good cook book to have! I’m going to check Amazon for it. I like finding cook books at thrift stores and yard sales and then enjoy reading them. ;oD  

      Cathie




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      Msj wrote Oct 13, 2010
    • actually, my friend Kathy is doing video cook books on youtube and facebook with cds cooking with Ms Parry. on inexpensive meals AND what yummy things to do with the leftovers...
      very tasty!heart




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      Mindy Wilson wrote Oct 13, 2010
    • Wow, Mary~ I’ll have to check these out!
      The first one: Tea Time at the Masters
      The second book:  Second Roound  

      MSJ~ How fun...I’ll have to check these out too! I get myself in a cooking rut a lot of times. And, I’m really enjoying reading this new cookbook. I have found myself picking up some common ingredients the author uses...with a few exceptions that I can’t find in my tiny town! ;)

      M




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