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Nov 24, 2020. Kitchn’s December Pick for Cookbook Club Is “The Mexican Home Kitchen” by Mely Martínez. Cookbook Club. Read on to learn more about why we chose this book (and buy a copy!). Ariel Knutson. Nov 13, 2020. Sean Sherman, aka The Sioux Chef, on Reclaiming Indigenous Cuisine People.

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The Best Cookbooks for Beginners Kitchn

(6 days ago) The book is unfailingly practical, opting for illustrations over photographs and sharing what Bittman calls “simple, straightforward, unpretentious, and easy food.” Don’t be alarmed by the size — the book is designed to be referenced. The first few recipes in each chapter are designated “Essential Recipes.”

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Giada's Best Cookbooks Kitchn

(5 days ago) Giada’s first book, based on her first show, is still the most talked about — with more than 500 reviews on Amazon, and nearly 40,000 ratings on Goodreads. It introduced her signature style of Italian-inspired recipes, loosely translated for an American audience.

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Best Pioneer Woman Cookbook Kitchn

(2 days ago) Ree Drummond’s Best Cookbook: Dinnertime. Dinnertime was the number-one cookbook in the country the year it came out, selling more than half a million copies. Her first book has the most ratings (2,300 ratings on Amazon and a whopping 36,000 on Goodreads ), and A Year of Holidays has the highest marks (4.8 stars on Amazon and 4.35 on Goodreads ).

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Book Review: The Zuni Cafe Cookbook Kitchn

(7 days ago) The book is an excellent fusion between classic French technique and style, California ingredients, and Rodgers’ own good sense for what people want to eat. Even though the book demands attention and care for its sometimes lengthy recipes, they don’t feel fussy or overdone. The recipes rely, of course, on fresh ingredients of the highest

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Book Review: The Bread Baker’s Apprentice by Peter

(9 days ago) The rest of the book includes a whole range of recipes that go beyond the basic French loaves – several varieties of sourdough, challah, sticky buns, cornbread, rye and the most splendid pizza crust you will ever make. All of the recipes are easy to follow without a clear understanding of the baker’s formula system that Reinhart uses, but this system does offer the …

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Joanna Gaines Cookbook Recipes Kitchn

(3 days ago) We are huge Fixer Upper fans here at Kitchn, so we were thrilled when Joanna Gaines released her debut cookbook, Magnolia Table, in April.Filled with recipes for everything from lemon pie to beef bulgogi, this cookbook is probably the closest thing we’ll ever get to actually eating at Joanna’s (perfectly chic farmhouse) table.

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6 Tips for Creating a Group Recipe Book Kitchn

(2 days ago) Kelli Dorey, a friend of mine and party-thrower extraordinaire, organized the first group recipe book I’d ever seen (and inspired me to make them for future brides!). She recommends asking people to forward your email to others. “What started out as an email request to about 20 people expanded to at least 50 people,” she says about one

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Tastebook from Epicurious Kitchn

(7 days ago) A playlist for your favorite recipes. That’s how we’re thinking of Tastebook, the cookbook-creator from Epicurious. Our site that covers technology in the home, Unplggd, recently mentioned Tastebook with a brief review of the website experience there. Well, of course we had to check it out too, and as daily users of Epicurious and their vast recipe database, we have to …

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How to Book A Room at Ree Drummond's Sold-Out Hotel Kitchn

(9 days ago) Ever since The Pioneer Woman Boarding House opened up its doors last spring, the boutique hotel has been one of the hardest reservations to snag in all of Pawhuska, OK — aside from a table at P-Town Pizza, of course.However, against all odds, one Ree Drummond fan has already managed to stay in all eight of the bespoke suites. We tracked her down to find …

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The New Costco-Exclusive Edition of Ina Garten's Classic

(2 days ago) The New Costco-Exclusive Edition of Ina Garten’s Classic Cookbook Is a Must-Have. While Ina Garten needs no introduction today, in the late ’90s she was fresh on the national scene, reinventing herself from specialty food and catering entrepreneur to cookbook author. At the time, Ina didn’t know if she could write a cookbook that anyone

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The Best Cookbooks To Buy At Costco In 2019 Kitchn

(9 days ago) 3. Whiskey in a Teacup by Reese Witherspoon, $20. Part memoir, part cookbook, Reese’s new book might turn you into a Southerner-at-heart. (Image credit: Ayn-Monique Klahre) 4. Delish: Eat Like Every Day’s the Weekend by Joanna Saltz and the editors at Delish, $18. The first cookbook from Delish.com is filled with recipes that you’ll want

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Here Is 2020’s Best-Selling Cookbook, So Far Kitchn

(6 days ago) The cookbook, which only came out four months into the year, has sold more than a half-million copies. Even more impressive in its sales numbers during this time of isolation is that the book’s subtitle is “a collection of recipes for gathering.”

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The Best French Cookbooks According to French Chefs Kitchn

(6 days ago) 3. Paul Bocuse’s French Cooking by Paul Bocuse, from $6. “To me, this book is the perfect reference to the regional cuisine of Lyon.”. — Daniel Boulud. Credit: Amazon. 4. Le Repertoire De La Cuisine: The World Renowned Classic Used By …

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Great Gift Idea: A Cookbook and … Kitchn

(3 days ago) All cookbooks will be wrapped in a tea towel or large napkin and tied furoshiki-style. • On Food and Cookin g and a kitchen scale. • Jamie at Home and several packets of vegetable seeds. • The Blue Chair Jam Cookbook and a case of canning jars. • Tartine Bread and a cast iron combo cooker. • Plenty or Moro and hard to find, related

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Which Cookbook to Buy

(7 days ago) If a book even comes close to a Yes on this question, it is a contender. To qualify for her best-of-the-year list, a cookbook must have a Yes for the first three questions. The last four are a little more personal, reflecting what she looks for in a cookbook — thoughtful design, a compelling story — which also happens to be what many of us

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The 10 Best Recipes from Yotam Ottolenghi's "Plenty" Kitchn

(5 days ago) 1. Eggplant with Buttermilk Sauce. It’s not a surprise that so many people decided to cook the cover this month. It’s one of the least fussy recipes in the book. The base ingredients are eggplants, pomegranate seeds, buttermilk, and Greek yogurt. So good! Get the recipe: Ottolenghi’s Eggplant with Buttermilk Sauce. 2.

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How Cookbooks Are Made: A Peek Into a Cookbook Photo Shoot

(1 days ago) A cookbook photoshoot can happen in all different sorts of ways. They can be simple and short, if you are just shooting the cover of a book. Or they can be long and elaborate, when a book has lots of photos. Mine will have to 40 to 50 finished shots of food, so this meant four days of shooting, and many helping hands.

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Our Readers Share Their 10 Favorite Recipes from Samin

(Just Now) And if you haven’t already, buy the book and get cooking! 1. Tomato Confit. The most popular recipe from Salt Fat Acid Heat amongst our readers was the tomato confit. I think people were impressed with how easy it was, and also its versatility in the kitchen. You can use it on toast, for a charcuterie board, or in pasta.

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On Food and Cooking by Harold McGee Book Review 2009 Kitchn

(1 days ago) The Angle: This book is intended for anyone who’s curious about the science behind (or rather, within!) our food and what happens when food cooks. It won’t make you a better cook, per se, but we have found that understanding what’s happening on a molecular level with our food has translated into more confidence and creativity in the kitchen.

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10 of Our Most Beloved Vegetarian Cookbooks Kitchn

(Just Now) This book has more than 2000 recipes (and variations). That’s kind of astounding! Clearly “everything” here actually means everything, literally from soup to nuts. If you want to whittle your cookbook collection down to a few efficient volumes, then you can’t go wrong with having Mr. Bittman represent your vegetarian repertoire.

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Good Question: Best Book for Learning How To Cook

(2 days ago) Here’s a great question from reader Laura. She writes: I love to cook, and my boyfriend is really interested in learning. I try to teach him things as I think of them, but I’m no cooking instructor. He can read a recipe; he’s just not confident winging it. What I’m looking for is a tutorial-style cookbook that would help him understand flavors, science in cooking, what …

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The 5 Best Greek Cookbooks for Your Kitchen Kitchn

(6 days ago) The book itself offers both authenticity as well as practicality, as it is written by Greek immigrants and their descendants who have lovingly and carefully adapted the cuisine for American kitchens. There are recipes for everything from appetizers to desserts, and it includes a comprehensive appendix with information on Greek coffee and wines

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A Book Club Brunch Party Kitchn

(4 days ago) This week I’ve been sharing a spring brunch I hosted for my book club, a dressed-up daytime party spent gathered around a pretty table talking books, sipping sparkling wine cocktails and coffee, and eating quiche with friends. Here’s a look at the full party and the recipes I used, beginning with fresh strawberry-basil cocktails and ending with a buttery lemon cake …

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Book Review: Artisan Bread in 5 Minutes a Day Kitchn

(2 days ago) The host of no-knead recipes from Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day have been making quiet ripples through the baking community, and we felt that it was time take a look for ourselves to see what the hubbub was all about.Given that this book was likely in production around the time when Jim Lahey’s recipe appeared in the New York Times, we were curious …

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Tartine Book No. 3 by Chad Robertson Kitchn

(1 days ago) The book then turns to an extensive 12 page chapter on the master method for making the Tartine loaf. While not quite as detailed as the master recipe in The Tartine Bread Book it does walk us through the basic step by step process, from creating the starter all the way through the baking of the loaf. The subsequent bread chapters then offer specific recipes for …

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Misen Dutch Oven Review Kitchn

(8 days ago) Misen’s Dutch oven made its debut on Kickstarter last year, garnering nearly 37,000 backers that pledged more than $4 million to bring the pan to life.Here’s why Misen made their own version of the cookware classic, according to their website: “Dutch ovens are a long-time favorite for home cooks.

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Ball FreshTECH Automatic Home Canning System Kitchn

(6 days ago) Characteristics and Specs: Ball’s FreshTECH Automatic Home Canning System features a suite of temperature, altitude, and time sensors called SmartPRESERVE technology. The appliance base is made of stainless steel with a hinged, locking plastic lid and touch-pad with LED display panel. The inner pot is made of dishwasher-safe, non-stick

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The Best Recipes from Joe Yonan's "Cool Beans" Kitchn

(8 days ago) Buy the book: Cool Beans by Joe Yonan, $28. Lalo’s Cacahuete Beans. This was definitely the most popular recipe that people made this month. A few people (myself included) weren’t able to find cranberry beans, so had to substitute with other varieties. Regardless, everyone said it was a great success!

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2 German Baking Books for Holiday Baking Kitchn

(3 days ago) The book was released in 2016 and became a fast favorite (particularly among expats and immigrants in Germany), thanks to Weiss’ conversational tone and traditionalist approach to baking. She doesn’t try to modernize or otherwise “update” the classics, yet she makes even the most daunting bakes feel doable to those who are less familiar

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Best Instant Pot Cookbooks for Plant-Based Diet Kitchn

(8 days ago) Credit: Amazon. 2. The Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook by Nisha Vora. Nora Visha is the blogger behind Rainbow Plant Life, which is well-loved for its nourishing, plant-based recipes. This lovely cookbook has more than 90 recipes, and it’s got a five-star rating on Amazon. I love that all the recipes are plant-based, unique, and easy to customize.

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A Book Club Brunch: The Party Plan Kitchn

(3 days ago) Last month we launched a new monthly series, Gatherings from The Kitchn, showing you our own dinner parties, large and small. We started off with Faith’s cozy and communal Italian polenta party, and this week I’ll be sharing a brunch I hosted for my book club, a bright weekend gathering full of fresh spring flavors, make-ahead recipes, and a fun, book

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$20 Cleaning Kit

(Just Now) Let me know #cleaningtiktok #cleaning #cleantok. ♬ sonido original – Vanesa Amaro ♥️. Take, for example, this recent video, where she brings followers with her to Walmart to assemble a $20 cleaning kit. The idea originated with a challenge from a commenter, and I’ll admit, I was dubious.

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What Are Some Good Beginner Baking Cookbooks

(2 days ago) Editor: Congratulations on your new baking endeavor. Very exciting! If you want something in a scientific style, then the ideal book for you is Bakewise: The Hows and Whys of Successful Baking with Over 200 Magnificent Recipes, by Shirley Corriher, who actually taught Brown much of what he knows and was a regular guest on his TV show.

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The Book That Accidentally Creates Vegetarians Kitchn

(1 days ago) Now, to be fair, I should note that this book isn’t all guts and gore. Safran Foer explores the topic of eating animals from every angle, offering the perspectives of a vegetarian rancher and families running smaller farms where animals are treated with care and respect. But even with this representation of more ethical farms, reading this

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Book Review: PUNCH by David Wondrich Straight Up Cocktails

(3 days ago) I’ve been big a fan of cocktail historian, Esquire drinks columnist, and memorable “The Colbert Report” guest, David Wondrich’s work ever since I first cracked open his James Beard Award-winning book IMBIBE! in 2007. And so I was especially keen to get my hands on his latest offering, PUNCH: The Delights (and Dangers) of the Flowing Bowl, which just released …

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Tartine Bread by Chad Robertson with Eric Wolfinger Book

(3 days ago) Published by Chronicle Books, 2010. First impressions: This is a large, hard bound book, with a padded cover and no dust jacket. The beautiful picture of the titular bread fills the cover. It’s substantial, weighing in at 300 pages, including an index and table of contents. The paper is satiny smooth and printed with a deep chocolate gray ink.

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A Book Club Brunch: My Low-Stress, Make-Ahead Brunch

(7 days ago) A Book Club Brunch: My Low-Stress, Make-Ahead Brunch Timeline. by Anjali Prasertong. published Apr 12, 2013. Save Comments. We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn …

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Best Software for Making a Book of Family Recipes

(7 days ago) Sent by Rachel Editor: Rachel, I used Blurb to make a small book of family recipes to give as wedding favors, but I think making a large cookbook with their software would be a long and potentially frustrating process. (The results would likely be incredible, though.) Readers, are there any services or software that you recommend for making a book of family …

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10 Clever Food-Themed Bookends for Your Cookbook

(7 days ago) Once you’ve built your essential cookbook collection, and chosen the books you want to keep on your shelves in the kitchen, you’ll want to make sure those volumes are organized. And since we love a good theme here at The Kitchn, we’ve scoped out 10 of our favorite food-themed bookends. They’ll keep your collection tidy, and a couple of them are …

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This Kitchen Renovation Was Inspired by the Book Joyful

(5 days ago) Before & After: This 1920s Bungalow Got a Gut Renovation and a Minimalist Design from a Certified KonMari Consultant. This Kitchen Got a Down-to-the-Studs Gut Renovation for Less than $18,000 — Here’s How Every Dollar Was Spent. This Couple Used a $17 Book to Help Them Design Their Kitchen — And it was the best Decision They Ever Made.

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Neiman Marcus Christmas Book 2019 Kitchn

(8 days ago) Neiman Marcus’ 2019 Christmas Book is officially here! If you’re not familiar, allow us to fill you in. Every year the retailer comes out with a ridiculous list full of ridiculously expensive (and luxurious) gifts that only ridiculously rich people could buy. (Although this is the first year that all of the items are less than $1 million.)

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I Cooked All of Chrissy Teigen's Cravings Cookbook Kitchn

(5 days ago) In Chrissy’s book, there’s a recipe called I Can’t Believe It’s Not Gardetto’s. My advice is to save yourself $15 in ingredients and an hour of your time by buying a bag of Gardetto’s snack mix instead. Toast it for a few minutes in the oven with some more seasoning and pull it out when guests arrive — they won’t believe it’s

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Wordy Thirty: A Literary Food-Themed Dinner Party Kitchn

(Just Now) For my wife’s 30th birthday bash we wanted to do an unconventional themed party —something fun, eclectic, yet personal. Her love of books and food is what inspired our Wordy Thirty dinner party. Read on for details on this novel-themed party about food, drink, and great conversation.As with all successful dinner parties it starts with the menu.

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A Book of Blessings for Your Thanksgiving: Bless This Food

(3 days ago) A few weeks ago I received a little treasure in the mail: a copy of Adrian Butash’s new book, Bless This Food: Ancient and Contemporary Graces from Around the World. This small, rich book is designed for that moment when we sit down to eat and halt for an instant to say a brief word of gratitude for the food set before us. Butash’s book offers a generous, …

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An Interview with Emma Christensen About Her New Book

(7 days ago) This is a very exciting spring for books here at The Kitchn! A couple weeks ago we told you about my new book, Bakeless Sweets, and this week we’re turning the spotlight to another book from our team: True Brews, by Emma Christensen, our very own recipe editor. Emma has written about beer for The Kitchn for many years, and she has become a …

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