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Novelist Eileen Charbonneau releases primer for beginners and tempts tasters with Plum Duff recipe

Elements of the Novel with Eileen Charbonneau It’s a privilege to welcome historical novelist Eileen Charbonneau to The Cookery. Not only does Eileen move the writing world with her historical fiction, she’s written a new book for beginners to set them on course with novel writing. Eileen is sharing a preview of “Elements of the …

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Spice up food writing with Monica Bhide

What makes a good food writer? Start with a passion for storytelling and carefully add a sharp eye for all things fresh for the table. That’s what you’ll discover with Monica Bhide in her food writing courses. Monica’s final food writing course for the spring is accessible from just about anywhere and open for registration. Browse the instructor’s …

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Order up . . . New design spices up The Cookery

Hello, friends! With a new season in mind, I’m re-launching my site and blog with an enhanced design and fresh menu at The Cookery. It’s been my pleasure to collaborate with Imedia Web Inc. of Austin, with the talented Robert Lopez taking the lead. We’ve been working on the new look over the summer, and …

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Get personal . . . with your own cookbook

TasteBook has unveiled a hard copy cookbook that gets very personal. It enables you to personalize a collection of recipes in a cookbook, enhanced far beyond many of the “photo memory” books on the market the past few years. Who doesn’t appreciate the convenience of borrowing recipes and ideas from food sites and blogs?  Electronic copies free up …

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