Paul Newman has a cookbook of kid-friendly recipes to benefit his Hole-in-the-Wall Camp.
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Paul Newman’s Hole-in-the-Wall Gang
May 12, 2010 in Cookbooks, Easy Recipes, Kid-Friendly Recipes
Ain’t Life Grand?!
I lost the dust jacket from this book long ago, so it’s not much of a photo. However, the recipes will make up for it. Great Dinners from Life is a classic from Time-Life Books. The first few lines say: “This is a book for people who like to have friends in for dinner. It is […]
Perla Meyers: The Seasonal Cook
April 22, 2010 in Award-Winning Chefs, Cookbook awards, Cookbooks, Culinary Cellar work, Prize-Winning Recipes, Rebuilding the Culinary Cellar, Recipes, The Culinary Cellar, The IACP Cookbook Awards, Vintage cookbooks
Perla Meyers became an instant favorite of mine with this cookbook. I’ve been cooking from her books since the 1970’s.
Someone’s in the Kitchen with Dinah
March 2, 2010 in Cookbooks, Vintage cookbooks
She sings! She cooks! Who remembers watching Dinah Shore cooking on her talk show from long ago?
Mrs. B and Craig Claiborne’s Herb And Spice Cookbook
March 1, 2010 in Award-Winning Chefs, Classic Recipes, Cookbooks, Vintage cookbooks
This 1963 book by Craig Claiborne is filled with classic recipes, and is one of my all-time favorites.
Miss Fannie Merritt Farmer And My Grandmother
January 31, 2010 in Classic Recipes, Cookbooks, Culinary Cellar work, Culinary History, Family, The Culinary Cellar, Vintage cookbooks, Vintage recipes
Welcome to the very first blog post of The Culinary Cellar!
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Why I Started This Blog
I love cookbooks. I mean I really love them. I love to read them, treasure them, learn from them, and, of course, cook from them. To me, cookbooks take on a life all of their own. They are history, family, and memories. I have been collecting cookbooks and writing down treasured recipes of family, friends, and neighbors since about age twelve, which means I now own thousands of cookbooks, recipes, and clippings. Now I want to share them with you along with the many other culinary treasures of my cellar." - Debbie Vanni