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Check out Vegtables everyday by Jack Bishop. Yummy. None of the ones you have look familar let me know what you like.
I wish I could use a cookbook!!! :)
I don't even know about any of those. I hope you will post about each one and tell how you like it. I give Amazon.uk alot of business myself. It saves me a long drive to the nearest bookstore but it's not the same.
Your stack of cookbooks looks so tempting. I am unfamiliar with them all.A Year in my Kitchen could be from my Blue Café :-)
I don't know any of them either. Hope you'll tell us how you get on. I am a Delia Smith fan myself - she seems to be the only one who's recipes I can follow without mishap.
I don't do a lok of cooking during the summer, makes the kitchen too hot, but I love to get cookbooks from the library and read them and plan sumptuous meals.... some of them actually happen, most of them just stay in my brain until I read the next cookbook...
I'm completely kitchen-challenged, so those books would be afraid to cross my doorstep. :)
Come along now , you're straining the bifocals a tad.But yes, Amazon should be banned. Do you think that there might be some therapy for the truly addicted?Cheers
Hi Tut. No I haven't any of these books. I tend to make recipes up as I go along, sometimes with disasterous results!I am still remembering your friend with candles.Lorenzo.
That means so much, Lorenzo. Thank you.tt
It's dangerous having access to Amazon, full stop!
I sure know what you mean about access to online booksellers. My particular favorite is bn.com....Your cookbooks look quite interesting, though I have not seen them personally. Next to travel narratives, cookbooks are my favorite things to peruse...regrettably (or maybe fortunately?) I seem to prefer reading them to actually cooking something using a recipe from one...
Someone with access to my credit card keeps ordering books from Amazon to be sent here!Lucky for me they're exactly the books that I would buy if I were to be so extravagant!
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