What’s more visually beautiful than combining art and food in a magnificent cookbook? A Mississippi Palate wins on both counts.
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What’s better than a friend at your doorstep with twenty-five flood-rescued cookbooks along with a holiday treat?
Michelle Mazurkiewicz sent me so many cookbooks to rebuild The Culinary Cellar, I couldn’t even lift them all!
This unusual dessert from 1975 features Shredded Wheat cereal and reminiscent of a baklava honey-nut texture and flavor.
An All-American girl born on the 4th of July also has a big heart when it comes to cookbooks!
Read about this talented blogman, and why he is my hero. He also sent great cookbooks to The Culinary Cellar.
Travel down the Yellow Brick Road and meet Kansas cook Lanie Smith with a heart bigger than all of Oz.
The Heart of New England is not a famous American landmark, it’s a woman named Jannine Fisk. Come meet her.