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Christmas Stollen

If Christmas is near, then it’s time to make stollen. I found the most amazing recipe in a Bavarian cookbook. I wish you could taste it!

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National Cookbook Month

October is National Cookbook Month!

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My Last Supper: The Next Course

Ask 50 famous chefs this tantalizing question: What would be your last meal on earth? You will be intrigued at many of the answers. How would you respond?

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Cookbook Sale Crazy

Yes, sometimes I can’t help myself at book sales. And if it’s a cookbook sale, watch out everyone. The Culinary Cellar is in the room.

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Fire Pit Cooking

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.

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Classic Scandinavian Cooking

Classic Scandinavian Cooking by the great Nika Hazelton contains more than 200 recipes that will let you travel to Scandinavia without leaving your kitchen.

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Preggatinis for the Mom-to-Be

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!

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It’s Chocolate Milkshake Day!

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?

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