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    Re: Cooking Websites

    I posted a few months ago about a book I got called Cooking With All Things Trader Joes. Well, the authors have their website up now: Trader Joe's recipes. There are lots of recipes (check the blog rather than the tab that actually says "Recipes") that aren't in the book and they have a contest to win a copy of the book every week this month (I think they plan on doing it monthly after December). Anyway, for those of you who are TJ's lovers, this is a cool website!

    ETA: I just checked out their Gift Baskets page and they have some really cool ideas for gift baskets - all with stuff from TJ's and including a copy of the cookbook, naturally.
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    Thanks for that link Critical. I got to the first recipe (Cranberry Goat Cheese Bites) and was hooked. I love goat cheese and will be trying that recipe for Christmas.
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    Re: Cooking Websites

    You're welcome! If you're a TJ-aholic like I am, the cookbook is definitely worth the price. Lots of easy, yummy recipes

    I'm planning on trying the Harvest Grains Vegetable Soup when I'm back in town after Christmas. I'll post a review.
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    Re: Cooking Websites

    I and my friend pretty much use allrecipes simply and we like being able to keep my own recipe file and checking reviews for recipes.

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    Re: Cooking Websites

    Quote Originally Posted by luvsginger;3214777;
    I'm not sure if this is the right thread to ask this question, but my book club has decided to consolidate our recipes into a cookbook. They've placed me in charge of this task and need to know where to begin looking. There are only 10 of us in the group, so we don't need a lot of copies.
    Thanks for any help.
    Have a look at Self Publishing - Lulu.com it is a publish on demand site that you can publish books by the single copy or in volume. Reasonable prices. I write and publish children's stories and use it for that. You can find my books if you search for The Toybox Grannies
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    My favorite cooking website is allrecipes. They have nutrition info on all recipes and you can upsize or downsize them with a click of your mouse.

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