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a book of recipes and cooking directions

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com's Cookbook Cafe App and eBook Publishing Platform has been selected as a Webby Award Honoree.
Radics has published a special Anniversary book that contains all 3 cookbooks of the series in one handy, collectable cookbook with all the same features and recipes as the stand-alone-cookbook.
The first international exhibition of Charity Cookbooks will take place at Paris Cookbook Fair, March 3-6, 2011.
Magazine cookbooks are popular,'' says Nancy Wyatt, vice president and editor in chief of Birmingham-based Oxmoor House, ``because each magazine has a position in the market -- and these cookbooks really are the epitome of the philosophy of the magazine -- whatever that is.
HORIZONS: THE COOKBOOK By Rich Landau and Kate Jacoby
This history reviews American cookbooks from 1796 to the present, examining along the way the influence of political events, social movements and technological change.
97) Women, intoned many cookbooks, were well advised to learn how to cook good meat, because that was what men liked.
NEW YORK -- Cookbooks have become an effective cross-merchandising tool in housewares departments and specialty stores.
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0 and Print-On-Demand technology to deliver a fun, easy-to-use tool to make personalized, custom cookbooks featuring recipes, pictures, commentary and more.
It's the be-all and end-all for the tomato lover,'' says Luebbermann, author of some 20 gardening and cookbooks, including ``Terrific Tomatoes.
Part of the simply outstanding "Best of the Best" state related cookbook series from Quail Ridge Press, Best Of The Best From New Mexico Cookbook is a compilation of recipes drawn from a variety different cookbooks showcasing New Mexico's culinary traditions and treasures of this southwestern state.
Celebrating Our Mothers' Kitchens: Treasured Memories and Tested Recipes by the National Council of Negro Women edited by Glen Wimmer, Wimmer Cookbooks, August 1994, $17.
Each month, Gourmet's editors comb through the hundreds of cookbooks to be published that month, handpick the most promising ones, extensively test the recipes in each, and choose their favorite as the Cookbook of the Month.
Gourmand International's "Best in the World" cookbook competition is the world's leading cookbook awards, honoring cookbooks from more than 135 countries worldwide.