Friday, October 26, 2012

Friday's Last Spoonful: Food Surf

Three cookbooks to cherish

Food Surfing will feature fun food links from around the Blogosphere, including leads to hardcover helpers. These recommended links may give you other interesting ideas for making your life taste better. The Mixed Stew crew likes hunting through cookbooks for a good recipe or three.

We recommend The 15 – Minute Single Gourmet by Paulette Mitchell. This book includes advice for single ladies and men to stretch their meals and grocery shopping for one. The curried corn and pepper chowder, baked salmon with goat cheese, romaine spring rolls caught our eyes.

Winnie-the-Pooh’s Cookie Book is a guaranteed hit for kids of all ages. This collection of cookies was inspired by A.A. Milne. Look for yummy recipes, like Maple Syrup Cookies, Snowballs, and Trigger-Stripped Shortbread.

Lastly, The Foods of Thailand contains spicy ethnic favorites, such as sliced beef salad, crayfish in chili-basil sauce, and panaeng curry with prawns. Wanphien Heymann-Sukphan wrote the recipes while Lotti Bebie’s photographs are stunning.

Note: If you order via the links above, The Mixed Stew creators will get a tiny referral fee.

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