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    Cooking with Betty Crocker Some people enjoy cooking, others dread it. Both types will probably at least once in their life cook something by following a recipe. Recipes are like cheat sheets. Someone else did the work and the next people copy it. No matter what, cookbooks are extremely helpful for keeping an immense number of recipes in one spot. Betty Crocker’s sixth edition cookbook is an excellent example of an easy to use cookbook for health conscious people. The cookbook has a variety of dishes that can be made by following the recipes. The first thing that stands out to people browsing any type of book is its pictures. This cookbook has colorful pictures of some of the dishes fully prepared. The pictures offer the person cooking an…

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    Through research of historical menus and cookbooks, it became apparent that popular tea time snacks included frosted fruit, and sponge cake. In order to incorporate the peach pits into the menu, a jelly cake was added, which is essentially a two layered sponge cake with jelly in the middle (Lea 120-121). In this case, the jelly was peach flavored. With this information, the experimentation process began. Experimentation and Results: In order to make the peach marmalade, we used a recipe from…

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    always been a basic necessity of life. Without it, we die. Despite the constant need of food, it’s prominence has varied throughout history. Today, we see food as an essential part of culture, but how did people in the renaissance see food? How important was food and the people who made it to others in the Renaissance in England and Italy? Based on the cookbooks, letters, and books of the time period, the importance of food is illustrated through the countless amounts of discussion about the…

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    Multicultural Cookbook

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    Cookbook Other than that, I was given the chance to work on their upcoming project, a cookbook that will be named “Recipes and Stories from Athena’s Kitchen”. This particular recipe book was important for the organization because it contained a variety of recipes from the women they aided. As well, this book will also include art work from past art auctions, information about the Shield, and stories about how women were capable of finding the strength to start a new chapter of their lives. The…

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    If I had power over people most definitely their literacy would pose a huge threat to my kingdom and rule. The main point of ruling the people is to be likable so that you do not instigate a rebellion. So yes, I guess that answers the age old question over if it is better to be feared or loved. Being loved by my community means they would do what I say because they like me rather than because they felt forced to. That question was originally posed in the book titled The Prince. The book is…

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    Low Food Cookbook Summary

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    I chose to analyze The Low-Carb Comfort Food Cookbook, I chose this book as it touches on two things, the first being the niche marketing tactics and second the innovation of cooking. This book is written by medical doctors as well as a food scientist to create a book of recipes that is aimed at providing low carb food recipes that are generally known to be high in carbs. The purpose of this was to give consumers an option to eat foods that one might not be able to do on a low carb diet, they…

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    Review: Campfire Cookbook

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    Campfire Cookbook Review Camping is a wonderful past time. Fresh air, nature, sunshine, and nights around the fire are something everyone should try to experience. Whatever the images are that leap to mind when camping is mentioned, the one question we all ask is: “What are we going to eat?” While you can get by with GORP, trail mix, and “hot dog on a stick”; I say, “WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT?” If it is all you have, absolutely, eat it. Then find civilization, because you aren't going to last…

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    It started at a dinner with friends. Just ended my engagement with my employer and after a closer analysis of my financial situation, I realized that I could stop working. Of course, everyone wanted to know what my plans were and number one on my list was a financial cookbook. No one moves from their parents without a cookbook in their luggage. However, a proper and complete personal finance cookbook would result in an immense difference compared to being able to boil an egg, so why didn’t such…

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    was the fact that there is an increasing prevalence of type 2 diabetes occurring in children. I also listed facts on how type 2 affects Americans which shows how this cookbook is actually relevant to the community. All of the information used in my cookbook is scientifically accurate. - Pages 3 and 4 talked about the readers' risk for type 2. - Pages 5 and 6 were on the anatomy and physiology of type 2 diabetes. - Pages 7 and 8 discussed prevention. - Page 10 described glucose homeostasis…

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    The cookbook “The New Book of Middle Eastern Food” is reviewed by Judith Sutton, who also is a cookbook author, editor, consultant, and recipe taster. Judith Sutton writes a monthly cookbook column, which appears in Chocolatier, Food & Wine, Fine Cooking, Gourmet and Library Journal. Claudia Roden is a well-known author. Her works include “The Book of Jewish Food”, “Food of Italy”, and many more. She has won numerous awards for her cook books, including the James Beard Award for Cookbook of the…

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