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Recent Customer Reviews in Cooking & Food Books

  • Dec 2, 2014

    rushiv  from Mississippi, Rating:5.0

    Very nice hardcover book. Very useful and informative, especially for new Wok cooking. Great tool to have!

  • Jan 8, 2015

    mrg1951  from Bolingbrook, IL, Rating:5.0

    Great cookbook for making cupcakes. Would recommend it to others and have given the book to my family. Recipes are easy to follow with ingredients that are available in any household.

  • Dec 3, 2014

    cjd16  from Boston ma, Rating:5.0

    Have made a couple of recipes and love them. This is not a weeknite cookbook. It more weekend book as the recipes take time. Some of the ingredients r not in ur average grocery store but not too hard to find. It is a beautiful book with many pics.

  • Unbelievable cookbook in many regards!

    Jan 1, 2015

    donnamary  from NH, Rating:5.0

    I bought six copies of this book for myself and for Christmas gifts. First of all, there is a soup recipe for each day of the year, delightfully arranged by months. Everyone first looked at the recipe for their birthday and for their family's. Recipes in each of the seasons focus on fresh ingredients from that particular time of the year. The other thing I love about the book is the index. There are two; Soups by Ingredients in which all the soups that contain asparagus, chicken, quinoa, shrimp, beets, kale, etc, for example, are listed together. The other listing is Soups by Type. Here soups that are vegetarian, fruit based, chilled, pureed, chowders, etc. are listed together, making it a joy to find just what you're looking for. The book is printed on heavy paper and is made to sustain many years of use. The soups are very creative and unusual. I cannot recommend this cookbook from Williams Sonoma highly enough. Now that the holidays are over and winter is upon us I'm look...

  • Funny Title, Vulgar Language, GREAT Food.

    Jan 16, 2015

    Jeffrey C  from San Antonio, TX, Rating:5.0

    I've been a vegetarian for 8 years now and a lot of these recipes blew me away. These guys talk vulgar, but I love it. If you can get past the vulgarity (which honestly is just hilarious) you'll find a plethora of excellent, tasty foods. I have tried many of these recipes already, both adding my own twist and following the cookbook word-for-word. Many of these recipes can be adapted for those of you that eat dairy (like myself), eggs, or even certain meats. If you're in the market for a physical cookbook you cannot go wrong with this one. Also... It was cheaper on Overstock than on Amazon. :D

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