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Deal or Duel by Potter {Review}

Deal or Duel: An Alexander Hamilton Card Game by Potter is a historic action card game that I found to have complicated rules and frustrating antics. Inside the box you’ll find: Inside You’ll Find: -54 Historical Face Cards -120 Action … Continue reading

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The IBS Elimination Diet and Cookbook {Review}

The IBS Elimination Diet and Cookbook: The Proven Low-FODMAP Plan for Eating Well and Feeling Great was written by Patsy Catsos. This book is a must have if you or someone you know is battling Irritable Bowel Syndrome. This book … Continue reading

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Portrait Revolution – a Review

Portrait Revolution: Inspiration from Around the World For Creating Art in Multiple Mediums and Styles by Julia L. Kay features hundreds of portraits in different mediums and styles teamed. They share ways to create similar style portraits. The chapters are … Continue reading

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Mighty Salads – a Review

Mighty Salads from the editors of Food42 brings new ideas to the bland land of salad. Mixing and matching things you never thought about using in a salad. Leafy Salads, Less,-leafy Vegetable Salads, Grain & Bean Salads, Pasta & Bread … Continue reading

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Road Food {Review}

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Shaken by Tim Tebow

Have you ever been felt like you’ve been punched in the gut by life’s circumstances and you shout to the Lord asking “Why, God, why? I thought we were in this together?” In this book by the Heisman winning Tim … Continue reading

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Inspiralize Everything {Review}

Inspiralize Everything: An Apples-to-Zucchini Encyclopedia of Spiralizing is the 3rd book written by Ali Maffucci, so she is obviously the spiralizing queen. She covers spiralizing everything from Beets to Carrots to Onions and more in the book. The book has … Continue reading

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Nourishing Meals {Review}

Nourishing Meals shares 365 Gluten-Free, Dairy Free, and Soy-Free recipes for healing your family. This is authors Alissa Segersten and Tom Malterre‘s second cookbook. Their first was The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook from 2014.According to Chooserly.com, this book starts off … Continue reading

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Vegetables {Review}

Martha Stewart’s Vegetables is the newest book by Martha Stewart that shares inspired recipes and tips for choosing, cooking, and enjoying the freshest seasonal flavors. The book is broken down into the chapters by the type of plant: Bulbs – … Continue reading

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The London Cookbook {Review}

The London Cookbook: Recipes from the Restaurants, Cafes, and Hole-in-the-Wall Gems of a Modern City written by Aleksandra Crapanzano is a beautiful book with a non-glossy cover that epitomizes London. When you open the front over you’ll find gorgeous glossy … Continue reading

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The Bread Baker’s Apprentice {a review}

I was quite interested to get a hold of Peter Reinhart’s new book The Bread Baker’s Apprentice: Mastering the Art of Extraordinary Bread . This book has won two awards; James Beard Foundation Book Award Winner and The IACP Cookbook … Continue reading

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Celebrations {Review}

Danielle Walker’s Against All Grain Celebrations: A Year of Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, and Paleo Recipes for Every Occasion is cookbook that encourages changing your diet for better health. Danielle suffered from autoimmune disease since the age of 22 and finally came … Continue reading

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A Modern Way to Cook {Review}

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Victuals {Review}

Victuals: An Appalachian Journey, with Recipes is a lovely cookbook written by Ronni Lundy. The book is filled the captivating and beautifully composed photography by Johnny Autry. Victuals takes you on an excursion through the southern Appalachian Mountains telling stories … Continue reading

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Cook Korean! {a review}

When I came across the book Cook Korean!: A Comic Book with Recipes I was intrigued to see how someone turned a cookbook into a comic book. This cookbook by Robin Ha is amazing. From the Prologue to the Acknowledgments … Continue reading

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Food with Friends {Review}

Food with Friends The Art of Simple Gatherings by Leela Cyd is book full of fancy, froo-froo recipes. Secret Ingredients (1st chapter) and Tiny Takeaways (last chapter) were my 2 favorite chapters with great tips and ideas on styling food … Continue reading

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In Memory of Bread {Review}

In Memory of Bread is a memoir written by Paul Graham about his journey after finding out that he had a wheat allergy at the age of thirty-six. How frightening and life changing that would be! For many of us … Continue reading

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Plated {a Review}

Plated by Elana Karp & Suzanne Dumaine is a book filled with weeknight dinners, weekend feasts, and everything in between. It has gorgeous glossy pages with beautifully arranged photos. I love everything about this book except that most of the … Continue reading

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Country Cooking from a Redneck Kitchen {Review}

I don’t profess to be a redneck, but I do love me some country cooking! Country Cooking from a Redneck Kitchen is Francine Bryson’s newest cookbook. She starts the book of with Redneck Whatnots that includes dips, salads, and finger … Continue reading

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The Elements of Pizza {Review}

My family and I love homemade pizza. Thanks to Rob’s Gramma, who used to make homemade dough and roll it out into the scrumptious pizzas. After getting a breadmaker as a wedding gift, I have adopted the idea and love … Continue reading

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