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Barbecue enthusiasts, rejoice! Paula Stachyra’s The Big Book of Barbecue on Your Pellet Grill: 200 Showstopping Recipes for Sizzling Steaks, Juicy Brisket, Wood-Fired Seafood and More is a culinary journey that promises to take your grilling skills to new heights. With 200 tantalizing recipes, this cookbook is a treasure trove of mouthwatering dishes designed specifically […]

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Lots of cookbooks promise culinary excellence but Mad Love: Big Flavors Made to Share, from South Asia to the West Indies–A Cookbook by Chef Devan Rajkumar stands out as a testament to passion, creativity, and unadulterated love for food. This vibrant cookbook is not just a collection of recipes; it’s a journey into the heart

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In the bustling rhythm of modern life, the notion of preparing sumptuous meals often feels like a distant dream. Enter Best of Bridge: 5-Ingredient Cooking by Emily Richards and Sylvia Kong (check our Book Reviews section for their other Best of Bridge contributions – https://canadiancookbooks.ca/cookbook-reviews/), a culinary compass navigating the realm of simplicity without sacrificing

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Embarking on a culinary adventure often requires more than just recipes; it necessitates personality, passion, and a genuine love for food. Matty Matheson, a renowned chef and media personality, brings all of this and more to the table in his cookbook aptly titled Matty Matheson: A Cookbook. Matty divides this cookbook by stages of his

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In the hustle and bustle of modern life, convenience is key, especially in the kitchen. Who doesn’t love a delicious homemade meal without the hassle of multiple pots and pans to clean up afterward? Enter The Ultimate One-Pan Oven Cookbook by Julia Konovalova, a culinary game-changer that promises complete meals using just your sheet pan,

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Cookbooks have a unique charm, transporting readers to culinary adventures with each turn of the page. Yalla, Let’s Eat! by Maha Kailani is no exception. Bursting with Middle Eastern flavors and cultural insights, this cookbook offers a delightful journey through the rich tapestry of Arabic cuisine. Kailani transports us to her roots, people and cuisine,

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In kitchens around the world where baking has evolved into an art form, Yolanda Gampp, the charismatic host of the popular YouTube channel How To Cake It, has taken the baking community by storm. With her enchanting blend of creativity, skill, and unwavering passion for all things cake, Gampp has managed to captivate millions of

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In today’s world, where sustainability and health-conscious choices are gaining traction, Carleigh Bodrug’s PlantYou: Scrappy Cooking shines a guiding light, offering a delightful array of plant-based, zero-waste recipes. This culinary gem not only caters to the taste buds but also nourishes the body while advocating for a greener planet. Bodrug’s journey into plant-based cooking is

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Are you a passionate foodie constantly on the lookout for new and exciting culinary experiences? If so, let me introduce you to Baked to Order by the renowned chef and cookbook author, Ruth Mar Tam. This remarkable cookbook takes readers on a delightful journey through the magical world of baking, filled with delectable recipes, expert

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As an avid home cook and a lover of cookbooks, I am always on the lookout for new and exciting recipes to try. When Rock Recipes 3: Even More Great Food and Photos from My Newfoundland Kitchen by Barry C. Parsons hit the shelves, I couldn’t resist getting my hands on it. Having heard rave

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