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Old 08-11-2005, 03:24 PM   #11
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Middie, don't be! I was wanting to drop kick him yesterday morning! But I guess the cookbooks go thim out of hot water the easy way.
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Cookbooks --

I get them for techiques rather than recipes. I don't use recipes, but I like to look at techniques.

Recent books are French Cuisine, from CostCo -- mostly French Provencal cooking, basic techniques.

Mediterranian -- also from CostCo. I was looking for Italian, but found this book incorporated the broader spectrum of Greek, Sicilian, Sardinian . . . a point of departure for cooking.

Also a book on herb gardens.

At this point in cooking, I look at "approaches" and ingredients. I never follow a recipe. Nahhhhhhhh, I don't bake. I think baking is about recipes.

But, meat, fish, veggies -- it's about approaches, techniques, styles, regions -- conventions in herbs/spices and protocols in cooking.
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Old 08-11-2005, 06:20 PM   #13
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I came home from church last night to a very nice surprise from hubby. He bought me 2 cookbooks yesterday. One is called Peaches and Other Juicy Fruits by Olwen Woodier & the other is Miss Mary Bobo's Boarding House Cookbook by Pat Mitchamore. Miss Bobo owned a boarding house in Lynchburg, Tennessee from 1908 until she died in 1983 at the age of 101. I've started reading the boarding house cookbook last night & it is filled with wonderful traditional southern recipes. I can't wait to finish reading it & get started on the one about peaches!
Cool! Thats sounds very interesting Crewsk.
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Old 08-11-2005, 07:38 PM   #14
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Thanks, Crewsk, for the site. It has some very interesting stuff that I will certainly look at.
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