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jen kalb | Aug 31, 202007:21 PM     98

It’s September ( almost) for COTM and for September we again are using an online source. Because online sources are immediately available and not divided and chaptered like a physical book, this thread will serve as both announcement and reporting thread.
Our British flavored but highly international selection this month will be THE GUARDIAN FOOD SECTION (ALL EDITIONS): https://www.theguardian.com/food.

Full access to the GUARDIAN food site requires registration (at no cost) to a remarkable array of cuisines, cooks and international contributors to the Guardian and Observer.
The voting thread linked below contains some suggestions on site searching and other recommendations.

Recipe reports should be made by comment/reply to this post. When you report on a recipe, please put the title in ALL CAPS. For these online recipes, please add a link to the recipe on the website. But before you report, take a moment to search the thread on the title, to see if someone has posted a report already. If someone has, please post your report as a reply to theirs, so all reports on a recipe are grouped together. If no one has reported on the recipe, start a new comment.

To see how we got to this selection view the voting thread here:
And the nomination thread here: https://www.chowhound.com/post/septem...
For our Cookbook of the Month Archive including all past selections, click here: https://www.chowhound.com/cookbook_of...

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