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Posted 8/11/09
It's a little surprising that no one has started this topic before so I will get things rolling.

This forum topic will be dedicated soley to the recommendation of Cook Book. What I'd like included is the Title of the Cook book, the author, what it's about and why like it. You can include a photo of the cover of the book if you wish.

To get things started I would like to recommend Mastering the Art of French Cooking by Julia Child. This cook book beloved cookbook is a must for any serious cook. With this book, Julia Child brought the art of French Cooking to North America making it accessible to a vast population. For my money it is still one of the best French Cook Books around.

Plus the new movie Julie and Julia documents how Julia Child came to write this book.

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Posted 8/11/09

lorddio1 wrote:

It's a little surprising that no one has started this topic before so I will get things rolling.

This forum topic will be dedicated soley to the recommendation of Cook Book. What I'd like included is the Title of the Cook book, the author, what it's about and why like it. You can include a photo of the cover of the book if you wish.

To get things started I would like to recommend Mastering the Art of French Cooking by Julia Child. This cook book beloved cookbook is a must for any serious cook. With this book, Julia Child brought the art of French Cooking to North America making it accessible to a vast population. For my money it is still one of the best French Cook Books around.

Plus the new movie Julie and Julia documents how Julia Child came to write this book.



Fantastic New THREAD!! You are right, its weird nobody thought of it!
My fav cookbook is one I cant do without!!!! I have cooked so much from it I could start a blog!! (wait... it's been done...)
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Posted 8/12/09
Lol, I collect a few cookbooks that teaches you the basics. I have one course literature that I love to used as it describes how to make Swedish dishes. Also I'm not into French cooking. I'm more into Chinese, Mexican, Swedish,
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