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The Beekman 1802 Heirloom Cookbook by Brent Ridge
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Nov 03, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: books-i-read-to-learn-stuff, found-randomly-at-work
Read on November 03, 2011

Recipe books always look sooo good. And usually I just flip through and ooh and aah at the pretty pictures. Then I look at the ingredient list and it usually includes 4 things I would only use in that particular recipe, with the rest going to waste, possibly.

I hate that.

BUT: this book has just a right mix of new things that I would be willing to try out without buying crap I'll never use otherwise. And I love that many of the recipes are like 10 ingredients or less, including seasonings.

Simple, elegant and appetizing.

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message 1: by Wendy (new)

Wendy We enjoy the Beekman boys' show on TV. What could be better than a gay couple from Manhattan trying to work a farm and impress Martha Stewart? (Besides zombies, that is.)

Wendy I didn't realize they had a show too...

Working a farm like that sounds fun and amazing...I'm sure it totally isn't though!! lol

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