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2013 Food Resolutions


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#31 Charcuterer

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Posted 05 January 2013 - 07:51 AM

1. Perfect my BBQ rib recipe.
2. Cook one new recipe from a different cookbook every week. (I just counted and I have plenty of books to get through a whole year!)
3. Play with MC@H more.
4. Learn to make cheese.

#32 rotuts

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Posted 05 January 2013 - 08:09 AM

Im a fan of various PBS cooking shows. The Better ones : JPepin, America's Test Kitchen, Cook's Country. I have them all as self caps. ( not so much the Test K and Cook's County books: they seem to place one Rx in about 4 - 5 books )

I have a list of stuff I know will be really good, and this year Im making some: filled baked pasta comes to mind in its many forms.

for JPepin: his 'Essential' fish Rx including mussels!

#33 Okanagancook

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Posted 05 January 2013 - 10:01 AM

Eat your books changed the way I use my cookbooks. It has several excellent features which I now use. For example, if you see a recipe in one of your books that you want to make you can use the bookmark feature to keep track of these and keep track of the recipes you did make that you want to make again. I have found that I am using my books much more.

My main resolution is to get my recipes more organized using the bookmarks feature.
My other resolution is to cook more Mexican food and more French food.

#34 mrsadm

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Posted 06 January 2013 - 08:16 AM

Eat your books changed the way I use my cookbooks. It has several excellent features which I now use. For example, if you see a recipe in one of your books that you want to make you can use the bookmark feature to keep track of these and keep track of the recipes you did make that you want to make again. I have found that I am using my books much more.

My main resolution is to get my recipes more organized using the bookmarks feature.
My other resolution is to cook more Mexican food and more French food.


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#35 barolo

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Posted 06 January 2013 - 09:07 AM

A search engine for your cook books: http://www.eatyourbooks.com
Cheers,
Anne