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Romany123 11-30-2006 10:47 AM

Christmas book wish list
 
About this time for the last 4 or 5 years my Internet friends and I have had a "Christmas Book Wish list.

This one is a pure whim, I have read good reports about it.

Asian Sauces & Marinades
By Wendy sweetsir.

I await with bated breath for your lists ( that way as always, I end up adding to mine as my friends will tell you) :smile:

KathyJ 12-07-2006 04:34 PM

I'd like to add to my "Beautiful" collection....
also, an early edition of "Joy".

My husband hates my books, so I doubt I'll be getting any, unless friends do so. (well, hate is a strong word. he thinks I'm obsessive about them.)

so???

carolelaine 12-07-2006 05:37 PM

My list includes the new edition of Joy and I like Ina Gartens new book. I looked through it at the bookstore. Maybe Santa looks at Discuss Cooking.

mudbug 12-07-2006 05:39 PM

I want Santa to arrange for me to have enough time off to explore the books I alreay have.

KathyJ 12-07-2006 05:52 PM

I'm with mudbug.....
I really need to go through mine

Loprraine 12-07-2006 05:55 PM

Well, here you go. Some have been on my list for years, others are new:

Flat Breads and Flavours (Alford & Duguid)
Gourmet's Old Vienna
Fit For A King (Merle Armitage) 1939 What are my chances?
Love & Dishes (Niccolo de Quattrocioochi) 1950
Bite ( Gael Greene) It sounds like fun.
The Naked Chef (Billie Young) Another fun sounding one.
Paris Cuisine (James Beard & Alexander Watt) 1952
Tapas The Little Dishes Of Spain (Penelope Casas)
From Tapas To Meze (Johann Weir)
Asian Tapas (Chrisophe Megel)
Cooking From New England (Jaspar White)
Marcella Cucina
Contemporary French Cuisine : 50 Recipes Inspired by the Sea, by Olivier Roellinger, Anne Testut, Alain Willaume
Sunday Suppers At Lucques, by Suzane Goin
If You Can Stand the Heat, by Dawn Davis
The Silver Spoon”. It's the Itlaian one everyone is talking about
From My Chateau Kitchen Ann Willan
Barbecuen With Bobby, by Bobby Seale,
Garlic & Sapphires - Ruth Reichl
Working The Plate - The art of presentation By Christopher Styler
Au Pied du Cochon from the restaurant in Montreal

You did ask Dave!!!!:lol:

auntdot 12-07-2006 06:07 PM

Mudbug and KathyJ, do I ever understand.

You know you have too many cookbooks when you haven't read most and can't find the one you want.

Guilty as charged.

And would love a few days, or a couple of hours a day, just to go through the ones I have.

Romany123 12-08-2006 06:33 AM

good morning aunt
I think all cooks are guilty of that lol :smile: Christmas without a new cook book would just, not be Christmas

cjs 12-08-2006 09:33 AM

There are two (well they look like it anyway) under the tree right now......I think I had five or six on my list so don't know which I'm getting.

I think I forgot to put Ina's new one on...darn.

Romany123 12-08-2006 10:55 AM

Hiya Jean :smile:
Been busy making mince pie,s today as we have Maurice and Jan coming over for the weekend.
just signing of. Have a good weekend my friend, speak on Monday:cool:


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