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Guarnaschelli was widely recognized as one of the most influential forces in the world of cookbook publishing, cultivating writers whose cooking guides became mainstays of American kitchens.

A recipe for brown sugar-cured hot smoked trout from new cookbook “How Wild Things Are” by Analiese GregoryIt’s not a stretch to say that many of us would like to be somewhere else right now.

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There was the year I made a vow to cook at least one recipe out of every one of my 70-some cookbooks.

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It also followed cookbook author, model and social media titan Chrissy Teigen.

The lovely cookbook includes what she calls “cupboard standbys,” which are recipes that rely on pastas, canned tomatoes and few ingredients.

Available at Olympic Provisions Mexico: The Cookbook, $33 Is there anything better than genuine Mexican food?

Lena Richard was a black caterer and owner of the Gumbo House who published New Orleans Cookbook in 1940.

Cookbook author, ‘Extra’ host, jewelry line, ‘Basketball Wives’—we all know the trajectory for celebrity spouses and exes.

I recommend this cookbook to folks more often than any other.

She releasedThe G-Free Diet in 2008 and the cookbook Deliciously G-Free in 2012.

She wrote newspaper articles about household activities and travel books, fiction books and a famous cookbook.

The fish is all right, anyway, and Im going to make some sauce hollandaise for it out of the cookbook.

"And now for the dessert," she finished, pouncing on the cookbook.

For dessert—well, maybe I can find a new pie or pudding in the cookbook.

It is very interesting to read over the many dishes of this class in a cookbook and to attempt to classify them.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cookbook, such as: guide, guidebook, handbook, reference book, text, and textbook.

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