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Get a taste of what the Motherland has to offer with these eight African cookbooks.
"Mary Berry's Favourite Recipes" Cookery Book Review
This book is a collection of Mary Berry's favorite recipes all in one place. This article includes her Extraordinarily Good Double Fish Pie recipe from the book.
35 Cookbooks Inspired by Popular TV Shows and Movies
Whether you want a taste of Bon Temps cuisine or wanna see what's cooking in Red's prison kitchen, these 35 cookbooks got you covered.
Household Goddess Mrs. Beeton: A 19th-Century Martha Stewart
Before Martha Stewart, before Betty Furness promised that we could “be sure if it’s Westinghouse,” and before Heloise gave us her hints, there was Mrs. Beeton. Learn why she is still important today.
Vintage Cookbook Collecting Isn't Just About the Recipes
Vintage Cookbook Collecting is a hobby enjoyed by many. It sometimes leads to surprises as with this thrift store cookbook find. Uncover the mystery of this copy of Farm Journal's Country Cookbook
My Review of Missy Chase Lapine's "The Sneaky Chef"
Getting the picky eaters in your house, whether they are kids or adults, to eat healthy foods can be a challenge. Should you resort to being a sneaky chef?
How to Use Published Recipes on the Internet
Wondering if that recipe you want to post up on the Internet on your blog is going to be flagged for copyright violation? Here are some easy to follow and succinct rules on what is fair use when it comes to published and recipes wanting to be published on the Internet.