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The Man Who Loved Cookbooks

The cookbook and entire culinary community recently lost its champion, Nach Waxman of Kitchen Arts and Letters in New York City.

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Mississippi Adventures and Southern Food

Our recent trip to Mississippi to visit family included birthdays, 4th of July party, a Baptism, and more!

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Chicago Cubs Cookbook

It’s baseball season and in our family the Cubs have ruled for three generations. Here is a fun cookbook with recipes from favorite players and more.

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Late to the Corned Beef and Cabbage

A late dinner and a power outage means a late post, but Happy St. Patrick’s Day anyway!

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A Very Special Pan for Mardi Gras

A prize-winning Creole Spaghetti Sauce served in a very, very special pan for Mardi Gras.

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Happy 11th Anniversary of The Culinary Cellar!

Eleven years ago today, I wrote my first blog and have loved writing every single one since.

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Concord Grape Jam

Canning and preserving the fruits of Summer and Fall are so welcome in the Winter months to brighten up the snowy and cold days.

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Dancin’ Around the Kitchen

Cookie-baking makes me happy.  It makes me even happier to listen to happy music while baking. 

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