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Fire Pit Cooking is what I call my husband’s cookbook, since he has his own fire pit in our backyard. If he can’t cook in the woods, he’ll cook in the pit.
Classic Scandinavian Cooking by the great Nika Hazelton contains more than 200 recipes that will let you travel to Scandinavia without leaving your kitchen.
Preggatinis are a way for the Mom-to-Be to join in party or holiday festivities without alcohol, and healthy juices instead that look like cocktails!
Did you know that today, September 12th is National Chocolate Milkshake Day? I didn’t either, but it’s a great excuse to make one, right?
Porridge and Muesli and two of the healthiest foods to eat for breakfast. Read about a cookbook that is filled with great ideas for both!
These Oatmeal Macaroons are a favorite cookie from a New Yorker whose mother found the recipe in a church cookbook from Duluth.
New York has everything possible under the sun to eat. Let’s start with some fun street food, then I’ll tell you about Molly O’Neill’s New York Cookbook.
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