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The Redwall Cookbook by Brian Jacques
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Jan 18, 2012

it was amazing
Read in January, 2011

I spent most of 5th and 6th grade inhaling all of the Redwall books and still enjoy them now and then as an adult. The descriptions of Abbey food has always made me drool! I just recently got this cookbook and tried out the stuffed mushrooms and Savory Squirrel Bakes (mashed potato and cheese balls) for Thanksgiving and they were delicious! The only difficulty I found is that a lot of the recipes contain cheese, which some picky eaters in my family won't eat. I also do not enjoy cooking very much so was thrilled that the recipes are simple and not very time consuming. The illustrations are beautiful and adorable. I liked reading the excerpts and reminiscing about my childhood daydreams. I do not have kids yet but some day I will definitely be using this cookbook with them!
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