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The American Gothic Cookbook

One of my favorite artists is Grant Wood, from Iowa. The American Gothic Cookbook offers recipes from the Heartland.

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Francesco Ghedini Classic

I decided to write about another Italian cookbook, this time the cooking exclusively from Northern Italy.

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In Nonna’s Kitchen

Carol Field cookbooks are superior. I love this one all about the cooking from Italian grandmothers.

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Ann Seranne Classic

Ann Seranne was an admired cookbook author whose recipes were an inspiration to many. This one is a must-have for serious bakers.

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Sunset Cookbook of Favorite Recipes

All I have to see is “Sunset” on a cookbook cover and I am sold. I have loved Sunset cookbooks and Sunset magazine for decades.

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Mollie Katzen’s Vegetable Heaven

Anything Mollie Katzen writes is celebrated, including this book that will have you buying out your local Farmer’s Market to try her recipes.

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Books from Mississippi

What’s more fun than a box of mostly vintage cookbooks from a reader? One book had a recipe for this beautiful cardamom braid.

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Helen Fields, The Pride of Paradise

Cook and baker extraordinaire Helen Fields is the Pride of Paradise. Texas, that is. Read about her winning recipes, and the cookbooks sent to The Culinary Cellar.

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