Pascale's Kitchen: Celebrating cookbooks

Every new cookbook that is published is a cause for celebration.

October 17, 2018 20:14
Spinach Shakshuka

Spinach Shakshuka. (photo credit: LIMOR LANIADO-TIROCHE\EYAL GRANT)


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I’ve always loved cookbooks. The excitement I feel when I pick up a new cookbook has not lessened, even now that I know I can find any recipe I want online these days.

Every new cookbook that is published is a cause for celebration. When I flip through the pages, I imagine the incredible aromas that would waft through the house as I prepare these new recipes and I can’t wait to get back in my kitchen and try out all the new ideas for myself.


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