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Jackie Knudten 1

The Lives of Cookbooks

Cookbooks are coming to me in such varied ways, sometimes with a whisper of someone from the past.

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Chicken with Swiss Chard and Sausage Stuffing

A roasting chicken with a Swiss chard and sausage stuffing will give your kitchen a heavenly aroma!

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Harvest Popcorn

Here’s a healthier snack from vintage Sphere magazine to have on hand when Halloween candy becomes overwhelming!

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Cyndy Gerken 3

Generosity from an All-American Girl

An All-American girl born on the 4th of July also has a big heart when it comes to cookbooks!

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Andrew Wilder 2

Superhero Blogman

Read about this talented blogman, and why he is my hero. He also sent great cookbooks to The Culinary Cellar.

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Lanie Smith 3

Love Along the Yellow Brick Road

Travel down the Yellow Brick Road and meet Kansas cook Lanie Smith with a heart bigger than all of Oz.

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The Heart of New England

The Heart of New England is not a famous American landmark, it’s a woman named Jannine Fisk. Come meet her.

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Dawn Lowenstein 1

A Great American Restaurant of the Past

Stouffer’s Restaurants of the past had a rich history of good American food, including requested recipes like these pumpkin-raisin muffins for fall baking!

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