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Stop and Smell the Rosemary: Recipes and Traditions to Remember Hardcover – September 1, 1996
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Top Customer Reviews
If you haven't tried the recipes for chicken salad with cranberries and pecans, the grilled pork tenderloin with dijon mustard and orange marmalade, the mushroom pate, or the field greens with spicy pecans and blue cheese (I substitute feta), get in the kitchen now and start cooking. I promise, you will love them all.
I fancy myself a bit of a domestic goddess-- ask anyone who knows me if they would turn down a dinner invitation. I originally bought this book to give to a friend for a wedding gift, and eventually had to buy it for myself. I traded in a more "famous" trendy cookbook which was not well done for this one and have not looked back.
It's both complex enough for experienced cooks and simple-to-follow enough for the beginner-- plus includes some "everyone ought to know this" tips and charts on things other than the nuts and bolts of recipes. Buy this book; you won't regret it, and you're supporting charity work, as well.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book has wonderful recipes especially if you are hosting a dinner or a party at home. My husband and I have tried three recipes so far and loved every dish. Read morePublished 7 days ago by MrsA
Love the book! Lots of good ole comfort food recipes that are fun to prepare. I even bought extras for one friend & my 2 sons who love to cook.Published 1 month ago by Blushing Butterfly
I have been an avid cook for over three decades and this is still one of my all-time favorite cookbooks. My go to gift for new brides! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Karen Jordan
This is my second copy...I lost the first book....It has marvelous recipes that are easy and sooo delicious. I also bought one for my best friend and my daughter. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Karen Lenoir
This came highly recommended to me, but it is a little to fancy cooking for me.Published 3 months ago by K. Rodell
I bought it because of the reviews. But not as impressive as I thought. The Junior League Centennial cookbook is the best.Published 5 months ago by Jane
I was on the committee that developed this book for the Junior League of Houston. Each recipe was triple tested, changed, then triple tested again. BY FOODIES. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Carol Rivers
Stop and Smell the Rosemary is my all-time favorite cookbook and has its special place on my kitchen counter. I have given well over 20 copies as gifts.Published 11 months ago by ticia hanisch