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caro81
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re: Your Favorite CookBook?
I like the Alton Brown series a lot. Also this:
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Picked up a book from my old man over thanksgiving thatsa beast. I think from Chef folse. looking forward to reading it.


Hat Tricks
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re: Your Favorite CookBook?
Donald Link Real Cajun
Aaron Franklin Meat Smoking Manifesto
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TH03
Iowa State Fan
Dallas
Member since Dec 2008
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re: Your Favorite CookBook?
I like bdevill’s big book of gravies. Best one page cookbook ever.


bdevill
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Member since Mar 2008
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re: Your Favorite CookBook?
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I like bdevill’s big book of gravies


Béchamel bitch.. Considering your reading, spelling and comprehension skills, you need more than just a book on gravies..

A pair of nuts would be a good start.. Feg
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MountainTiger
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re: Your Favorite CookBook?
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I like science-y cookbooks that give you techniques and explain why it is being done the way it is.

You'll like "On Food and Cooking".

For quick meals, I like "Cuisine Rapide" by Pierre Franey. For Louisiana food, it's hard to beat the River Road series but I also like most of Prudhomme's & Folse's books. My mom always liked Folse's Plantation cookbook and I've recently started cooking out of it. I'm liking it a lot. For good veggie recipes, I use "Green on Greens" and "The Victory Garden Cookbook". Fitzmorris' Creole cookbook is a recent addition and I really like it.


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TH03
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Member since Dec 2008
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re: Your Favorite CookBook?
It’s time for your nap. You’re getting cranky again.


bdevill
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Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Mar 2008
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re: Your Favorite CookBook?
It's time for you to go to whatever rock you crawled out from.. Stalker.. Creep
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TH03
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re: Your Favorite CookBook?
I made a joke reply to someone else. You replied to me. Please stop getting your panties in a wad, you’re derailing the thread.


bdevill
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re: Your Favorite CookBook?

Leave my username out of your comments or I'll report you for harassment.



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bdevill
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re: Your Favorite CookBook?

Just get lost.. Old freak


Hat Tricks
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Natchitoches, LA
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re: Your Favorite CookBook?
Apparently I missed the backstory here.


TH03
Iowa State Fan
Dallas
Member since Dec 2008
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re: Your Favorite CookBook?
Dude can only make one kind of gravy so he hurls personal insults at anyone who can make several.


Martini
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It’s a great book. I don’t have a favorite, I have too many.


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Itismemc
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LA
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3668 posts

re: Your Favorite CookBook?
Acadiana Table right now....


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Buckeye06
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re: Your Favorite CookBook?
I have this book, and may read a lot of it over my time at home for xmas when i drive


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bleeng
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Houston
Member since Apr 2013
2245 posts

re: Your Favorite CookBook?
Cooks Illustrated

I've been using this one recently. Sort of a science/tested recipe book. Some of the chicken recipes are spot on.


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Tiger Ree
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Houston
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re: Your Favorite CookBook?
My go-to comes from a relative who teaches in a small town in West Louisiana. It was done as a FFA project to raise money. Just a crap load of country cooking recipes. It is supposedly every families favorite, best, or most liked foods. Some are pretty basic, but I have yet to run across one that isn't good.

My sister discovered my and now a lot of other people's favorite casserole from this book.


supermastres
Member since Apr 2015
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re: Your Favorite CookBook?
Find myself going back to this again & again.
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Voltronjacko
Austin, TX
Member since Feb 2017
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re: Your Favorite CookBook?
For those that enjoy science based cooking like The Food Lab, be sure to check out Meathead Goldwyn's book titled "Meathead: The Science of Great Barbecue and Grilling" It's all science based around BBQ, grilling, meats, etc.

Amazon Link

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