What are your favorite cookbooks?

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What are your favorite cookbooks?

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Mine is Mark Bittman's Kitchen Express. It leaves so much room for interpretation and I'm more of a "fly by the seat of your pants" cook than a "follow the recipe precisely" cook. Which is exactly why I can't bake to save my life!
12/06/2011
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MeliPixie MeliPixie
Currently my favorite cookbook is Cook Like A Rockstar by Chef Anne Burrell. But I'm sure that if I had Alton Brown's Good Eats cookbooks, it's be a real competition to pick a favorite among the four.
12/06/2011
Chilipepper Chilipepper
Time's Cuisine of the World (or something like that), produced in the very early 80's - the Great Britain edition, which I cannot seem to find right now! The history and poetic essay-writing of the author make it a delightful read for me. Master is embarrassed by my obsession with 'old-style food' (he's English). He doesn't know about my Irish cookbook by Monica Sheridan - that's where I learned to make colcannon.
12/06/2011
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Originally posted by MeliPixie
Currently my favorite cookbook is Cook Like A Rockstar by Chef Anne Burrell. But I'm sure that if I had Alton Brown's Good Eats cookbooks, it's be a real competition to pick a favorite among the four.
I love Anne Burrell. And I also have Alton Brown's books! They're really, really amazing. You should definitely get them. Especially this one: link Not "Good Eats", but still really great!
12/06/2011
hillys hillys
i just found the moosewood cookbook and love it.
03/26/2012
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