NDAD INSIGHTS Book of recipes has stocking stuffing potential
If you're looking for some different recipes to satisfy some holiday appetites, charitable nonprofit NDAD's "Tried & True Recipes" cookbook might provide some timely assistance.
The cookbook, pub... Posted on 12/20/12 at 11:30 AM
THE DULLUM FILE Kevin Grinde Auction
A collection of books written by chefs who have appeared with us on WDAZ News @5. They'll be part of the Kevin Grinde Benefit silenct auction this Saturday at the Knights of Columbus in Grand Forks.... Posted on 1/18/12 at 7:25 AM
CHEF JEFF Mona Brundin’s Banana Bread
Banana bread recipes are a dime a dozen. Just about every cook has one or more, and they all think that theirs is the best.
In all honesty, I can say that my favorite banana bread recipe isn't my own... Posted on 1/15/12 at 2:51 PM
MS. SIMPLICITY New Direction And 4 New Recipes
So if you subscribe to my 365 Clever Cookbooks blog you may be wondering why no new posts. Well, let me tell you, life got in the way. Simply stated my life in the last three weeks involved 2 great va... Posted on 6/27/11 at 8:29 AM
In a ruling filed with the court Friday, state Justice Marcy Friedman said it was clear the comedian was joking when he called author Missy Chase Lapine a "wacko" during an appearance on the "Late Show with David Letterman" in 2007.
Everything you might ever want to know about choosing, using, storing, cleaning and maintaining cooking knives is likely contained in “Knives Cooks Love: Selection, Care, Techniques, Recipes” (Sur La Table with Sarah Jay, Andrew McMeel Publishing, $25), part of Sur La Table’s cookbook series.
If there’s one area of the magazine rack at your favorite bookstore that seems to be expanding faster than a souffle in a 400-degree oven, it’s the specialty food magazines, whether it’s celeb cooks, specialty diets or imports.
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