Cookbooks

The Secret Recipes from Your Favorite Restaurants

September 16, 2012
The Secret Recipes from Your Favorite Restaurants

Find Recipes to Some of Your Favorite Meals From Your Favorite Restaurants If you ever wanted to duplicate your favorite recipes from your favorite restaurants at home, America’s Most Wanted Recipes has done the work for you by collecting them and publishing them in their electronic cookbook. This doesn’t mean you should stop going out […]

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Cooking eBooks – eCookbooks

August 18, 2012
Cooking eBooks – eCookbooks

eCookbooks There are a lot of great cookbooks on the market but there are also some fine cooking ebooks or as I like to call them, eCookbooks, too. What Is An eCookbook? An eBook is an electronic version of a book that you can download to your computer, Palm, Pocket PC or some other electronic […]

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Cooking Magazines

August 18, 2012 0 Comments
Cooking Magazines

What are my favorite Cooking Magazines and which do I recommend for home cooks? There are three cooking magazines that I highly recommend to every home cook who wants to improve their cooking technique as well as learn some new recipes. These are Fine Cooking, Cooks Illustrated and Cuisine. There are also a bunch of […]

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Chef Barbara Lynch Cookbook: Stir

May 7, 2010 2 Comments
Chef Barbara Lynch Cookbook: Stir

Dinner with Chef Barbara Lynch at Osteria in Philadelphia Chef Barbara Lynch, a James Beard award-winning chef and owner of several top food establishments in Boston, is not only a terrific cook, but a really nice person too. Last night I had the wonderful opportunity to meet Barbara here in Philadelphia at Marc Vetri, Jeff Michaud […]

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Notes On Cooking – A Short Guide to an Essential Craft

July 23, 2009 1 Comment
Notes On Cooking – A Short Guide to an Essential Craft

A Look at Notes On Cooking – A Short Guide to an Essential Craft On Reading A Recipe – Turn off the television, don’t answer the phone, just sit and read it through. Make a mental inventory of the sort of equipment you need, the cooking techniques required, the ingredients you have on hand. Note […]

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Marc Vetri’s Il Viaggio di Vetri Cookbook

November 19, 2008 2 Comments
Marc Vetri’s Il Viaggio di Vetri Cookbook

Il Viaggio di Vetri: A Culinary Journey, by Marc Vetri I have not been this excited about a new cookbook in quite awhile. I was at the bookstore and noticed Marc Vetri’s new cookbook, Il Viaggio di Vetri, A Culinary Journey. I know of Chef Vetri through the reputation of his two very successful and […]

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Cooking Without Alcohol

July 21, 2008 2 Comments
Cooking Without Alcohol

A Look at The Sober Kitchen by Liz Scott I wanted to share with you a brilliant cookbook from professional chef and recovering alcoholic Chef Liz Scott. People in recovery often ask how to make some of the recipes on my web site without wine or other spirits and I direct them to my page […]

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Comfort Foods

January 13, 2008 1 Comment
Comfort Foods

A Look at The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Comfort Food Food is not just good to eat. Nor is it merely sustenance. It is cultural, ancestral, kindred, and personal. It can transport us back in time. It can make people happy. It can make people cry. It can comfort us in times of a crisis, […]

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Getting Your Kids To Eat What You Cook

October 18, 2007 2 Comments
Getting Your Kids To Eat What You Cook

How to Help Your Kids Enjoy New & Different Types of Food I receive a lot of emails on this subject and have a few ideas that I try to relate but this week I read an article in the Philadelphia Inquire by Karen Heller about a new cookbook by Jessica Seinfeld, the wife of […]

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Starting With Ingredients

December 28, 2006 0 Comments
Starting With Ingredients

Happy Holidays to all of you avid home cooks. We had a wonderful Christmas and as usual there were many kitchen items exchanged between my wife and me. I hope to tell you about them all in the next couple of weeks and share with you how I’ve been using them. My 9 year old […]

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