Kathleen Flinn “The Kitchen Counter Cooking School”

October 12th, 2012

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It’s no secret there are thousands of cookbooks out there. Lots of TV cooking shows, countless websites about cooking and recipes.

But who’s going to help you make the transition from packaged, processed, just-heat-this-up-and-eat-it food .. to actual cooking with fresh ingredients in your kitchen?

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Even the most basic kitchen knowledge seems to have slipped past a lot of us.

So Kathleen Flinn — author of “The Sharper Your Knife, the Less You Cry”– began helping others find their inner cook.

She tells how that came about, and how it turned out, in her new book “The Kitchen Counter Cooking School.”
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Lidia Bastianich “Lidia Cooks from the Heart of Italy”

October 26th, 2009

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For a country of less than 120 thousand square miles, Italy produces a disproportionate share of the world’s most appreciated cuisine. In her book “Lidia Cooks From the Heart of Italy,” famed restaurateur and TV chef Lidia Bastianich takes her readers on a virtual tour of the land of her birth. From north to south, Lidia introduces all kinds of new recipes that she says represent a back-to-basics respect for fresh, wholesome ingredients.

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Claudia Roden “Arabesque”

November 15th, 2006

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Claudia Roden has established herself as a leading authority on Middle Eastern and North African food, but in her latest book, called “Arabesque,” she does something a bit different. In this book, Roden offers not only 150 recipes, as well as stories and luscious full-color photos, but she has divided the book into three distinct sections, to cover the cuisines of Morocco, Turkey and Lebanon.

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Julie Powell “Julie and Julia”

September 23rd, 2006

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This is a very unusual memoir: Julie Powell is a bright young woman who decided to reclaim her stagnating life in a dead-end job by spending a year preparing every recipe in Julia Child’s classic cookbook “Mastering the Art of French Cooking.” Powell’s book is called “Julie and Julia.”

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