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The AMAZING Cookbook For Every Kitchen: [Illustrated] [Kindle Edition]

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Book Description

This e-cookbook was created to encourage whole foods living for families, while offering ample alternatives to prepackaged meals and snacks. The AMAZING Cookbook For Every Kitchen should be your choice.

Within you will discoer many easy, and delicious recipes. The chapters include:

Ham and Bacon
Poultry and Game
Bread, Plain Cakes, etc.
Plain Desserts
Fine Desserts

Please download and enjoy, and let others know about this fabulous eCookbook! Share it, Tweet it, Buzz it, and Email it to help spread the word about the easy and delicious world of whole foods for the entire family.

This is a public domain cookbook that is iillustrated. Allgrammar mistakes and other mistakes in the book are corrected. Please don't claim us, stealing other books. Thanks.

Product Details

  • File Size: 941 KB
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00I0EVP02
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,156,277 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Pirated copy of another book. January 25, 2014
By Rich M.
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For whatever moronic reason, this "anonymous author" (who posts on Facebook as "Hans Maier"), has pirated a public domain cookbook called Mrs. Leslie's New Cookery Book for this particular tome. How do I know this? He left the original Table of Contents in the book.

He was trying to trade 5-star reviews for it on Facebook. I have no idea what he could've possibly gotten out of this deal.

People continue to amaze me. And not in a good way.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
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The book itself is a virtual treasure trove of recipes. The author says he has taken a book in the public domain and edited it, which he is allowed to do. Also, he is not charging money for it. I don't see how he will make any money from it, but that being said, he says he didn't pirate the book or steal it. If you rate this book on what it contains, it is full of recipes, even healing ones for when you're sick. It virtually tells someone who doesn't know how to cook how to fry, make soups, etc. I did check out what the level one reviews say, and it is the same book they say it is, word for word. I am rating the book itself. My first thought was perhaps he was doing this for his grandmother or something. He says he is working on another project at this time that will be his project instead of doing another one like this. If you're looking for a hoard of good recipes for free, you can't beat this deal. There may be some mistakes in the book, and some of the formatting is not correct, but the recipes are all worthwhile, and I like the way the table of contents works and makes it easy to go back and forth between them.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Not my book, very outdated information January 28, 2014
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To be honest, this book is just a copy of another cookbook. Google for "Mrs Leslie's New Cookery Book" and you will find the original.
It is a pity that the author (or should I say copy cat?) doesn't use an appropriate pen name. but calls himself "anonymous"
The information in this book is quite obvious not from this time and therefore quite useless for those who would like to cook a nice meal.

Being a fanatic in the kitchen I will not use any of these recipes.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fascinating and enlightening cookbook January 26, 2014
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This is a new version of an older public domain book, but I found it to be enlightening and charming at the same time. The recipes are very useful for everyday life, entertaining, and more. Give this one a read if you're looking to revitalize your kitchen!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A true experience, NOT your typical cook book January 26, 2014
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I expected a typical cook book with an ingredient list and easy to follow instructions for how to cook each recipe. That is NOT what I got.

This book was truly fascinating to me & my husband. We read many parts aloud together & sincerely enjoyed it. (We don't do this, so that says something). This book read like it was from some time long ago in history. Old fashioned words were used with strange wording, seeming as if it might have been translated from a different language. I had to look up words.

There were numerous interesting facts & tips (like using raw potatoes to clean inside bottles). The measurement conversions & butchers charts in the beginning were interesting. The recipes ranged from soups, to various meats (including mutton), to champagne & vinegar. I've never seen anything like it. There was a bean soup that sounded delicious.

This book is really a fun, but not easy, read. However, I looked at it as more of a history lesson than a cook book. It can be used as both. But try to keep an open mind when looking at this book.

By the way, this book is not always politically correct, especially the section on foods for sick people. The word "invalid" is used repeatedly.
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