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Hardcover Debbie Macomber's Cedar Cove Cookbook Book

ISBN: 0373892136

ISBN13: 9780373892136

Debbie Macomber's Cedar Cove Cookbook

(Part of the Cedar Cove Series)

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Book Overview

Now, from Debbie Macomber's Cedar Cove Cookbook, you can relish in your own home the same superb meals found in Cedar Cove's households. Charlotte Rhodes, one of the series' most beloved characters, invites all fans of Cedar Cove, as well as anyone who enjoys classic home cooking, to join her in touring the town's kitchens as she shares more than 130 of her treasured family recipes. (And she's got plenty to tell you about the people of Cedar Cove,...

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Beautiful book and great recipes!

This cookbook has such a beautiful look to it, you will enjoy every page. The recipes are recipes most people would make. The chicken pot pie was delicious. This is a book you will treasure for many years to come.

For both fans of Macomber's novels and for those interested in down home American cuisine

Meals play an important role in romance writer Debbie Macomber's writings and her descriptions of celebrations and eating are often mouth-watering. DEBBIE MACOMBER'S CEDAR COVE COOKBOOK is for both fans of Macomber's novels and for those interested in down home American cuisine: it provides dishes ranging from Roasted Garlic White Pizza to Pumpkin Tea Cake With Honey Cream and Lattice-Top Cherry Pie, and will appeal to any library strong in either Macomber's works or American cuisine.

I TRYED THE RECIPES

I TRYED THE RECIPES I LOVED THE COOKIES RECIPE. MY MOM AND I ARE GOING TO USE ALOT OF THEM FOR CHRISTMAS BAKING FOR OUR BIG FAMILY. WE DO ALL THE BAKE FOR EVERYONE IN THE FAMILY. I AM A DEBBIE MACOMBER BOOK LOVER. JANET S COCHRANTON PA

Come and eat at Cedar Cove

If you enjoy author's cookbooks and/or especially the Cedar Cove book series you will absolutely love this. There is a map of Cedar Cove to show you where everyone lives and what their houses look like. There are lots of scrumptious pictures of the dishes. The pictures are so wonderful that I even made the Sugar Dusted Molasses Crinkles just because of their picture, and I don't think anyone could resist the Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies, either the picture or the final result. The book is divided into sections and introduced by each character, who they are and their history. For those who are familiar with the Cedar Cove characters, the sections are: Breakfast at 16 Lighthouse Road with Olivia Griffin, Lunch at 204 Rosewood Lane with Grace Sherman Harding, Tea at 6 Rainer Drive and the Victorian Tea Room with Justine Gunderson, Appetizers at 311 Pelican Court with Zach and Rosie Cox, Dinner at 44 Cranberry Point with Bob Peggy Beldon, Dessert at 50 Harbor Street with Roy and Corrie McAfee, Easter at 15 Eagle Crest Avenue with Ben and Charlotte Rhodes, Fourth of July at 92 Pacific Boulevard and the Waterford Park with Troy Faith Davis, Thanksgiving at 74 Seaside Avenue with Bobby and Teri Polar, Christmas at 8 Sandpiper Way with Dave and Emily Fleming. Each section has about 10 recipes. There are lots of recipes from Debbie Malcomber's books and stories; and some of her mother's and grandmother's. There are tips on many pages such as how fresh herbs last longer and how to store them correctly. The recipes are relatively easy, a lot of them using prepared pizza dough or prepared pie dough or frozen puff pastry. There is a conversion chart for weight to pounds and kilograms, Fahrenheit to Celsius, teaspoons/ oz to ml.. The index lists recipes with ingredients and names of dishes. What a wonderful refreshing place Cedar Cove is and now this cookbook takes you to this charming town and the great food that could be served there.

beautiful!

My co-worker purchased this book because we both love the Cedar Cove books. I started using post-its to tab the recipes I wanted to copy, and before I was half way though it, I had so many pages tabbed that I decided I had to have it too. The pictures are lovely, and the notes and stories that accompany the recipes and chapters are really great - especially if you love the books that inspired this. Even if you haven't picked up one of the other books, the recipes in this collection look great! The pages almost have a scrapbook feeling. The first recipe I tried was from page 85: Parmesan Cheese Twists with Fresh Herb Dip. The recipe was easy and impressive! I took a double batch to a party, and not a scrap was left over. I highly recommend this book for those who love a pretty cookbook with practical recipes. The only thing that could have made it better would be if it had been spiral bound - in my opinion it's hard to use a cookbook that doesn't open flat.
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