by Melissa Clark
by Paula H. Deen and Melissa Clark
by Peter Berley and Melissa Clark
November 22, 2011 Culinary scholars and serious home cooks share their hard-won wisdom in 11 new cookbooks. They've spent years toiling in the kitchen, and now these experts are here to help you perfect your roast, indulge your sweet tooth or feed your 12-year-old.
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Paula Deen is the host of the Food Network's Paula's Home Cooking and Paula's Best Dishes. She tells NPR's Steve Inskeep that while her recipes are known for their bacon and butter, she and her family don't indulge in them every day.
October 11, 2011 Food Network star Paula Deen loves bacon, butter and, of course, Southern cooking. In her new cookbook, Paula Deen's Southern Cooking Bible, Deen explores the regional variations of Southern food.
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November 21, 2010 This year, cooks poured their hearts into these carefully crafted, kitchen how-tos. T. Susan Chang says these cookbooks are like a properly seasoned skillet — heavy-duty, battle-tested and much to be prized.
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November 19, 2010 From In the Kitchen with A Good Appetite: 150 Recipes and Stories About the Food You Love by Melissa Clark.
November 19, 2010 From In the Kitchen with A Good Appetite by Melissa Clark.
June 10, 2005 A seasonally-organized cookbook recommended by food writer Heidi Swanson offers recipes for watermelon with fleur de sel and fresh corn polenta with sauteed cherry tomatoes.
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