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Looks great, Nil- I think you'll love the book.
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Love that soup.

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that looks great, do you cut into it and eat it or do you lick the folds ?
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cut and eat
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OMFG guys, these pics look amazing. Any good *beginning* cookbook recs for a slightly retarded individual (jayvn)? I have the an old edition of Joy of Cooking, but seems a bit out of my depth.
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OMFG guys, these pics look amazing. Any good *beginning* cookbook recs for a slightly retarded individual (jayvn)? I have the an old edition of Joy of Cooking, but seems a bit out of my depth.

You might try the pocket magazine Everyday Food, but what's complicated about Joy of Cooking confused.gif
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that looks great, do you cut into it and eat it or do you lick the folds ?

I like to lick out the alphabet in the folds.
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I like to lick out the alphabet in the folds.

You're supposed to do that on the tunic, not the folds.
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OMFG guys, these pics look amazing. Any good *beginning* cookbook recs for a slightly retarded individual (jayvn)? I have the an old edition of Joy of Cooking, but seems a bit out of my depth.

most of the stuff posted here from the last few days seems to be from either "The Art of Cooking with Vegetables" or "Plenty" (or the similar "Jerusalem"). All are really easy.
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You might try the pocket magazine Everyday Food, but what's complicated about Joy of Cooking confused.gif

I'm too dumb I guess heh! But....I do have the old edition, not the 1997 update. Thanks, looks like I need to get ahold of a copy of "Plenty". Passard's Veggie book has been on my to read list on Goodreads actually, this just reminded me.
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I really need to get The Art of Cooking with Vegetables. (edit: mixed up the name with some other cookbook; didn't realize it's Collages et Recettes in English) +1 on Plenty, and +1 on Collages et Recettes (edit: or The Art of Cooking with Vegetables), although Plenty's recipes are better suited for beginners. FWIW, you don't have to buy the book to get an idea whether you like it. You can browse the Guardian's website. I think you can find all recipes there.
Edited by b1os - 2/11/13 at 3:53am
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Really need to get The Art of Cooking with Vegetables. +1 on Plenty, and +1 on Collages et Recettes, although Plenty's recipes are better suited for beginners. FWIW, you don't have to buy the book to get an idea whether you like it. You can browse the Guardian's website. I think you can find all recipes there.

Awesome thanks!
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Squash and kale risotto, fried egg

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