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January–April 2022 Baking COTM: DESSERT PERSON by Claire Saffitz

Caitlin McGrath
by Caitlin McGrath 11 days ago

Welcome to our January–April 2022 BCOTM, DESSERT PERSON: RECIPES AND GUIDANCE FOR BAKING WITH CONFIDENCE, by Claire Saffitz. We’ll use this thread for all discussion and recipe reports. Cla...

Links To Non Cookbooks of the Month - 2nd Edition Feb. 2014

Gio
by Gio 8 years ago

The list below contains links to Non Cookbooks of the Month Chowhound Members have cooked from in the past. Having these links in a thread that can be bookmarked or archived will make it easier fo...

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September–November 2017 Baking COTM: FLO BRAKER QUARTER—Book Recipes

Caitlin McGrath
by Caitlin McGrath 4 years ago

Welcome to our Baking Cookbooks of the Months of September, October, and November 2017: Flo Braker Quarter! Please use this thread to report and discuss recipes from the following books: •The S...

Fall Quarter 2020 Baking Cookbook of the Month: MIDWEST MADE

Caitlin McGrath
by Caitlin McGrath 1 year ago

Welcome to our Fall Quarter Baking COTM, running through the end of 2020, MIDWEST MADE: BIG, BOLD BAKING FROM THE HEARTLAND by Shauna Sever. We’ll use this thread for all reports and discussion of ...

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

Goblin
by Goblin 5 years ago

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 e...

November 2021 COTM / DOTM Roundup

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by stockholm28 3 months ago

Please cook along with the homecooking community. The selections featured this month are below: CURRENT SELECTIONS Nov 2021 Cookbook of the Month (COTM) - “Simply Julia” by Julia Turshen ...

June–August 2017 Baking Cookbook of the Month: DORIE'S COOKIES

Caitlin McGrath
by Caitlin McGrath 4 years ago

Our Baking Cookbook of the Month for June, July, and August 2017 is DORIE'S COOKIES, by Dorie Greenspan Please use this thread for all discussion and reports. To facilitate easier finding and re...

June–August 2016 Baking COTM: RUSTIC FRUIT DESSERTS

Caitlin McGrath
by Caitlin McGrath 5 years ago

Please use this thread for all reports and discussion of recipes from Rustic Fruit Desserts: Crumbles, Buckles, Cobblers, Pandowdies, and More, our Baking and Dessert COTM for June, July, and Augus...

June–August 2018 Baking/Dessert Cookbook of the Month: SWEET

Caitlin McGrath
by Caitlin McGrath 3 years ago

Welcome to our Baking/Dessert COTM for June, July, and August 2018, SWEET, by Yotam Ottolenghi and Helen Goh. We’ll use this thread for all reports and discussion of recipe in the book. * Please...

September–November 2018 Baking Cookbook of the Month: FLOUR by Joanne Chang

Caitlin McGrath
by Caitlin McGrath 3 years ago

Welcome to our Baking COTM for September, October, and November 2018, FLOUR, by Joanne Chang. We’ll use this thread for all reports and discussion of recipe in the book. You can follow the proce...

December 2017–February 2018 Baking Cookbook of Month: CLASSIC GERMAN BAKING

Caitlin McGrath
by Caitlin McGrath 4 years ago

Welcome to the reporting thread for the Winter BCOTM, CLASSIC GERMAN BAKING by Luisa Weiss. We'll be baking together from this book in December 2017 and January and February 2018. HOW TO POST RE...

Summer 2018 Cookbook of the Month Cocktail Companions: SHRUBS and BITTERS

Caitlin McGrath
by Caitlin McGrath 3 years ago

Welcome to the reporting and discussion thread for our Summer 2018 COTM Cocktail Companions, SHRUBS: AN OLD-FASHIONED DRINK FOR MODERN TIMES, by Michael Dietsch; and BITTERS: A SPIRITED HISTORY O...

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

Goblin
by Goblin 3 years ago

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...

Cooking from The Sioux Chef's Indigenous Kitchen

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by joeljkp 3 years ago

This thread is for discussion of The Sioux Chef's Indigenous Kitchen by Sean Sherman and Beth Dooley, published 2017 by University of Minnesota Press.

Summer Quarter 2019 Baking Cookbook of the Month: GOLDEN (aka Honey & Co.: The Baking Book)

Caitlin McGrath
by Caitlin McGrath 2 years ago

Welcome to our Summer Baking and COTM, running through September 2019, GOLDEN: SWEET AND SAVORY BAKED DELIGHTS FROM THE OVENS OF LONDON’S HONEY & CO. by Itamar Shulavuch and Sarit Packer (aka Honey...

Cooking from Fika The art of the Swedish Coffee Break

MidwesternerTT
by MidwesternerTT 6 years ago

The Spring Baking 2016 runner-up book had enough interest that a few of us plan to cook from in March. Here's a place for us to comment on/ review the recipes we bake. Fika: The Art of The Swe...

Cooking from Sheet Pan Suppers by Molly Gilbert

islandmermaid
by islandmermaid 5 years ago

Let’s use our sheet pans and Molly Gilbert’s book to discover some new treasures! Many of us are excited about exploring this book together, and we can use this thread to share our reports. So ...

June 2015 COTM: DEATH & CO

MelMM
by MelMM 6 years ago

Use this thread to report on recipes from DEATH & CO (all chapters). If you are the first to post on a recipe, please start a new reply to this OP, and put the recipe title in ALL CAPS, and give...

Fall Quarter 2019 Baking Cookbook of the Month: THE BAKING BIBLE

Caitlin McGrath
by Caitlin McGrath 2 years ago

Welcome to our Fall Quarter 2019 Baking COTM, THE BAKING BIBLE by Rose Levy Beranbaum, running from October through December 2019. We’ll use this thread for all reports and discussion of recipes in...

Help with EGOR choices

mrshalf
by mrshalf 2 years ago

Hey there! Been away a while and thought of this community instantly when trying to solve this problem. We are hankering for some excellent home-cooked asian and I wanted to cook from Dunlop's Ev...