One of my readers sent a box of classic American cookbooks, except for British-born Jamie Oliver who wrote a modern American cookbook!
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My cousin Carol died within 48 hours of my mom. The next week, Carol’s daughter brought a box of her cookbooks to my kitchen.
In this U-Haul are 42 boxes filled with 850 cookbooks. The remarkable Elaine Wallace from Wichita, Kansas gave up her precious collection to help rebuild The Culinary Cellar.
It’s been a crazy summer here so far! I have so much to tell you. I didn’t mean to ignore my blog, but it’s been busy around here. But I’m back now, so watch for new and exciting blogs!
Joan Hallford is a dedicated Field Editor for Taste of Home magazine who sent a box of books to The Culinary Cellar, including this cookie book. Read on to see what delicious cookie I made!
Cathy Arkle is a busy LA blogger, world traveler, great cook, and generous giver of cookbooks for The Culinary Cellar, including this one about cooking for Jackie Kennedy.
Eva Shure was my daughter’s friend in college, and now this enterprising woman owns a popular and busy party business for children, yet took the time to send cookbooks for The Culinary Cellar.
Just a few days after the flood of The Culinary Cellar, a perfect stranger started packing up cookbooks to send me. Read about the remarkable Gloria Chabot, and try a springtime recipe from Marcus Samuelsson.