How about a microwave version of buttery shortbread that takes about fifteen minutes from to finish? I wouldn’t have believed it unless I had tried it myself!
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Take a road trip to restored villages across the country and learn how early Americans lived and cooked.
Jane Michel is a very special and generous woman. A mom, grandmother, prize-winning cook, retired RN, and quilter extraordinaire.
This issue of vintage Sphere is filled with so many good recipes, I could have made all of them! But in the end, a bread recipe from Bert Greene won out.
Pennsylvania resident and competitive cook Lynne Laino sent some great cookbooks after the flood of The Culinary Cellar.
The Culinary Cellar is still here after ten years, thanks to you my readers, who also love cookbooks and cooking along with me.
Tampa is the place to be today if you love pirates for the annual Gasparilla Pirate Festival! This cookbook is filled with a treasure chest of recipes.
An Italian version of Louisville’s Legendary Open-Faced Sandwich called the Hot Brown.