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We love cooking from this book. Our guests are amazed on how good the food is and beg for seconds. A must have in your collection.Published 2 months ago by Manish K. Lamba
I buy this cookbook for all my friends. I have worn out 2 copies myself. I think the binding could be better but the recipes are brilliant. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Gail Sapp
Originally got this book out of the library, and some of the recipes were so good I decided to buy it. Definitely try the Party Potatoes and the Roasted Green Beans. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Kensington Reviewer
I reach for this cookbook time and time again. I even bought a copy of it to keep at my vacation house! Read morePublished 12 months ago by Tara A. Palen
This is not a Joy of Cooking or Cook's big binder cookbook. If you want to learn to make blanc mange or boil eggs or de-bone a chicken, this is not the cookbook for that. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Critical Consumer
I think I now own the entire series, they used to do these yearly. I love how it collects some of the best of each year and what people are eating and talking about eating. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
Just came back from vacation and this lovely book was waiting for me.
Can hardly wait to read and cook. Thank you so much. Came in perfect
Added this to my collection after seeing Molly speak on braising and roasting. You won't be disappointed with this purchase!!Published 18 months ago by Sunflower Girl
We are very pleased with the service provided however after rejecting 3 copies (which were all bound upside down) we don't understand why we keep receiving defective copies even... Read morePublished 20 months ago by art kennedy