Cook the Book: 'The Splendid Table's How to Eat Weekends'

chicken on the grill

Cook the Book: 'The Homesick Texan Cookbook'

Bake the Book: 'The Cookiepedia'

chocolate chip m&m cookies

Cook the Book: 'Home Made'

homemade salsa

Cook the Book: 'The Glorious Pasta of Italy'

cuttlefish pasta dish on the street in Italy.

Cook the Book: 'The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook'

green eggs and ham

Cook the Book: 'The Butcher's Guide to Well-Raised Meat'

Meat that is good tasting

Cook the Book: 'Latin Grilling'

Bake the Book: 'Whoopie Pies'

Chocolate peanut butter. Thanks!

Cook the Book: 'The Japanese Grill'

chicken and vegetables mostly

Cook the Book: 'The Japanese Grill'

chicken breasts and vegetables

Cook the Book: 'In the Small Kitchen'

small, 4 top electric stove and a fridge. Not much else.

Bake the Book: 'Miette: Recipes from San Francisco's Most Charming Pastry Shop'

Little one in paris visited with my parents.

Cook the Book: 'Guy Fieri Food'

the combo of sriracha, wasabi and soy

Father's Day Giveaway: Win a Two-Pound Cowboy Chop

Cook the Book: 'Super Natural Every Day'

salsa chicken with a side of broccoli

Father's Day Book Giveaway: 'Eat Like a Man: The Only Cookbook a Man Will Ever Need'

bacon and eggs

Cook the Book: 'The Book of New Israeli Food'

Friday nights at the Jewish house on campus

Weekend Book Giveaway: 'Roadfood'

Charleston, SC.

AHT Weekend Book Giveaway: 'Hamburger America' by George Motz

Cook the Book: 'Tender: A Cook and His Vegetable Patch'

have a small indoor box with green pepper plants

Cook the Book: 'Cooking in the Moment'

fresh sweet corn

Cook the Book: 'Food Trucks'

Sorry. love to say I've had a meal at a food truck but I haven't. Thanks.

Cook the Book: 'Goat: Meat, Milk, Cheese'

guess i'd have to go with in a curry

Cook the Book: 'The Southern Foodways Alliance Community Cookbook'

gumbo. thanks.

Snickerdoodle Cookie Recipes

I, like most people here that enjoy baking (especially of the cookie variety), have made snickerdoodles and absolutely love them. But the question I had was if any out there new of any unusual variations or additions to the basic recipe. The only basic change I've really ever heard of is choco-snickerdoodles. Anyone out there have any tips or recommendations?

Bread recipe question

I was wondering if anyone was familiar with a bakery/patisserie over in London called Apostrophe? They have an apricot & raisin sourdough loaf (dark in color) that I think might be organic/or maybe wheat free? I'm not sure. Anyone have a recipe for it or something similar?

Venice restaurant recommendations

Going next month with family to Venice. Any recommendations for really good places to eat at that are the most expensive or fanciest. I'm looking for really good food, preferably not fried though. I know there's a lot of discussion out there on this on which places are actually worth going to and which are just tourist traps or overrated. Thanks in advance!

P.S. Also, spending time in London and Amsterdam (we're going on this tour: so if there are suggestion for those places or any of the others too that'd be great too. Thanks again.

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