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The Recipes I Love - 70 All-time Favorite Dishes - cover

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The Recipes I Love - 70 All-time Favorite Dishes

Norma Olizon Chikiamko

Publisher: Anvil Publishing, Inc.

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There’s a reason writer-editor Norma Olizon Chikiamco calls this book The Recipes I Love. In it are 70 of the recipes she personally cooks for her family and friends, the people who are near and dear to her heart. Delightful and doable, these treasured recipes cover a whole range of dishes, from soups and salads, to roasts and casseroles, to drinks and desserts. Some are ridiculously easy (such as the udon noodle soup) while others may take a little more effort (Bundt butter cake). There’s food for everyday meals (beef topping on rice) as well as food for special occasions (pasta with prosciutto). In fact readers can plan a few weeks’ worth of meals just based on this book.
 
Written in easy-to-follow instructions, all the recipes in this book are fool-proof, having been kitchen-tested and tasted. In addition the ingredients are all readily available and affordable. The author also gives visual clues and helpful hints to further guide the readers and to make cooking more fun.

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