It was no fun spending hours in the ER on Saturday, but on Sunday I could rest and relax with some new cookbooks!
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The classic from 1964. You can never go wrong owning a Joy of Cooking cookbook.
An Italian version of Louisville’s Legendary Open-Faced Sandwich called the Hot Brown.
Steamed Puddings are fun to make and a unique dessert to offer during the holidays. This one is made with persimmons and served with a delicious hard sauce.
I hit the vintage cookbook jackpot at a darling store in Jackson, Mississippi, along with some local food products.
What better way to celebrate National Cookbook Month than with a new cookbook store and new cookbooks to enjoy!
Bread Pudding for Breakfast? That and more from this great cookbook! My friend Mary from Arizona sent it along with many others.
This beautiful Grand Marnier Gugelhopf is from a cookbook sent to The Culinary Cellar by a cooking friend in Oklahoma.