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Fifteen Minute Shortbread

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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Recipes from America’s Restored Villages

Take a road trip to restored villages across the country and learn how early Americans lived and cooked.

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One Very Special Jane

Jane Michel is a very special and generous woman. A mom, grandmother, prize-winning cook, retired RN, and quilter extraordinaire.

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Sphere Magazine January/February 1978

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.

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Amish Country Cooking

Pennsylvania resident and competitive cook Lynne Laino sent some great cookbooks after the flood of The Culinary Cellar.

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Ten Years 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.

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The Gasparilla Cookbook

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.

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The Hot Brown

An Italian version of Louisville’s Legendary Open-Faced Sandwich called the Hot Brown.

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