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Cooking from the Smitten Kitchen Blog and Cookbooks, Part 3/III

Goblin | Aug 3, 201805:49 PM     21

Since we have had a vibrant 435 posts in the second iteration of Cooking from The Smitten Kitchen blog and Cookbooks, I thought it was time to start a third thread. Please join me in reporting on what you are cooking from the SK Blog as well as from Deb's two Cookbooks, The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook and Smitten Kitchen Every Day. Many of her recipes are available on-line.

Here is the website for the blog: https://smittenkitchen.com
The blog has an excellent index for the hundreds of recipes which will help you find the recipe by title or category.

Also, please write your recipe title in ALL CAPS adding the page number if you are cooking from the book, and/or a link to the on-line source where you found the recipe.

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

And the second thread: https://www.chowhound.com/post/cookin...

Let's get cooking and reporting!

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