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Cookbook Week

10/21/10


I've decided to devote and entire week to my lonesome cookbooks. Perhaps next week? Each day, I will make something new from the following five...

1. Martha Stewart's Baking Handbook
2. Mad Hungry, Feeding Men & Boys, by Lucinda Scala Quinn
3. Mastering the Art of French Cooking, by Julia Child
4. Cook's Illustrated's The Complete Book of Pasta and Noodles
5. Tyler's Ultimate

I chose those as a beginning, but since I have many more cookbooks, this might become a reoccurring series.

What are your favorite cookbooks?

10 comments:

Samantha Ball said...

I'd like you to write a cookbook. I've printed out so many of your recipes! K, thanks.

Siri said...

I'll get right on that Sam! Do you know anyone that would like to publish it?? He he, ha ha, ho ho...

No siriously.

iamchasingthirty said...

FUN! I like this. Looking forward to the pasta, especially. Something creeeeaammy, perhaps?

Happenstance said...

You know, I have cookbooks but I've not gotten into them yet. Oddly, I have been getting more creative with cooking lately but I've referenced recipes I've torn out of magazines. There's something intimidating about my cookbooks. Like if I screw a recipe up it's gonna tell all the other one's and then they'll roll their eyes when I flip to their page and attempt making them. Don't worry though I'll get to them. Thanks for the hot tip on the meatball soups! I will for sure try them out and let you know how it went. Thanks Siri:)

Linda said...

That is so funny that you are doing cookbooks......because I was just thinking to my self(of course)that it would be fun to trade cookbooks for a week. Maybe???

Paige said...

I did a very similar thing a few months ago and started a blog about it. In order to get out of my cooking rut (making the same things every week) I'm cooking through my 2 favorite cookbooks (Martha Stewarts Everyday Food)...never to repeat a recipe until they are all done...500 of them! I've done 150 so far and its been quite the experience. Here's the link, just in case your interested ;)
http://everydayfoodchallenge.blogspot.com/

Jenna said...

Great Idea Siri! I agree with Samantha..my sister and I tend to make what you are blogging about..all the time! Nerd Alert! My favorite(s) are Everday Italian (Giada) and Party Appetizers(by someone)!

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Mal said...

My favorite cookbook is Siri's blog :)

Go. Be. Do said...

Fun! I have a cookbook from Monty's Blue Plate Diner in Madison and I'm dying to cook from it. I rarely do so thanks for inspiring me!

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