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Cooking from The Smitten Kitchen Blog and Book, by Deb Perelman

Goblin | Nov 25, 201606:47 AM     450

The Smitten Kitchen Blog and Cookbook was a very close contender for Cookbook of the Month, December 2016. Since the blog and cookbook have many recipes suitable for holiday baking, cooking, and entertaining, I thought I'd start a new thread this December to add to the original Smitten Kitchen Blog thread that we started back in 2011. Please join me in reporting on what you are cooking from the SK Blog and Cookbook, from any category of recipe, not just holiday.

Here is the website for the blog: https://smittenkitchen.com

Also, please write your recipe title in ALL CAPS adding the page number if you are cooking from the book. The blog itself has an excellent index for the hundreds of recipes which will help you find the recipe by title or category.

For reference, here is the original thread, which was started in 2011 but which has been inactive for a few years: http://www.chowhound.com/post/recipes...

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