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How to Cook Everything

  I checked Mark Bittman’s new book, How to Cook Everything: the Basics, out of the library to see if it   would make a suitable gift for a recent college graduate. I was so impressed with this cookbook that I bought  two copies: one for the graduate and one for me. How to Cook […]

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Snack Attack

School’s been back in session for a couple of weeks now. If you’re running out of ideas for lunchbox treats that are both healthy and tasty, you should check out these cookbooks. Everyone knows that Rachel Ray is the queen of the thirty minute meals; so any of the recipes in her child friendly cookbook, […]

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Local Flavors

If you prefer Double Cola over Coke, can’t live without Grippos chips, and have a family recipe for burgoo, you were probably born in this area. Those of us that aren’t from Southwestern Indiana can learn more about the local flavors by checking out these area cookbooks. Newburgh Entertains was published in 1998 by The […]

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It’s Grilling Season!

The Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer. And summer means cooking outdoors. Whether you’re a novice griller or a whiz on the Weber, we have a cookbook for you.   Backyard Grilling by Jim and Ann Casada, Kate Fiduccia, and Teresa Marrone is a great book for first time grillers. With step-by-step […]

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