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(Wisconsin Gazette)   The James Beard Foundation's best cookbook contains recipes no one wants to make or eat   ( divider line
    More: Amusing, James Beard Foundation, Heston Blumenthal, Rene Redzepi, cookbooks, David Chang, recipes, Ina Garten  
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2014-05-12 06:36:04 PM  
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A cookbook in this day and age makes about as much sense as the phone book
2014-05-12 06:08:44 PM  
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2014-05-12 06:00:24 PM  
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bmwericus: Or as my mother always said, it's the type of recipe that begins "Dice one Elk"

Or  "Have the Maid Make a Roux"
2014-05-12 05:55:33 PM  
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FTA:Outstanding food personality or host went to Food Network's Ina Garten for her "Barefoot Contessa: Back to Basics." 

You've got to be kidding... I can't stand that woman. She's so... fake. I mean, yeah, she's a TV 'personality' (and I use that term very loosely with regard to her) so there is some expectation of fake-ness, but she is unbearably, annoyingly, unforgivably fake.
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