We want to be great at fish and seafood dishes. The last question was on UK cookbooks
, and the US fish books don't match the fish we have available in Singapore - pomfret and snakehead for example. I'd prefer a cookbook with lots of photographs that focuses on skills rather than specific recipes. An iPad app would be fine too.
posted by viggorlijah
on May 10, 2014 -
I would like to once again own a cookbook I used to enjoy. Problem is I don't know who it was by or what it was called. Yes, I know this is a long shot, everything I remember is contained within. [more inside]
posted by deadwax
on Apr 23, 2013 -
What is the best, most orderly way to add and organize recipes on my Kindle Touch for optimal viewing? [more inside]
posted by AnOrigamiLife
on Jun 6, 2012 -
Help! I used to have a cookbook I bought at Target and I'd like to find another copy of it. I bought it around 2004 or 2005. It was wirebound and the most notable feature was that it was divided into three 'sections': the top was starters, middle was main course, bottom was desserts. You flipped the various sections open and mixed-and-matched your own menu. It had a lot of international recipes and I'm pretty sure it was originally published in England (based on language and measurements)
posted by jdfan
on Mar 9, 2011 -
I need a cookbook recommendation. My mum would like to buy me one for Christmas, but I'm having problems choosing. I'm pretty picky. [more inside]
posted by ms.v.
on Dec 7, 2010 -
For me, the most satisfying part of learning a new recipe is figuring out why a particular step is needed. Are there any recipe books that explain the function of each step and ingredient? [more inside]
posted by archagon
on Mar 14, 2010 -
Give me your favourite vegetarian cookbook that has illustrations of simple but delicious meals, and offers the nutritional information for each meal. [more inside]
posted by Phire
on Oct 27, 2009 -
If I want to publish Obama's recipe for chilli in my cookbook, do I need Obama's permission? How about Elvis Presley's Peanut Butter Sandwich? You can find all these recipes on internet for free, do I need permission if I want to include them in my cookbook?
posted by leigh1
on Jun 6, 2009 -
Italian Cookbook: I'm going to live in Italy for 2 months this summer. Tell me what cookbook I should bring along! [more inside]
posted by sirion
on Jun 14, 2008 -
CookingFilter: I need cookbooks or websites that have step by step visuals of recipes. [more inside]
posted by reenum
on May 27, 2008 -
If you could only cook recipes from one cookbook ever again, which cookbook would you choose? I'm looking to slim down my large, useless cookbook collection and instead invest in one or two that have lots of cookable, consistently good and useful recipes.
posted by janecr
on Jan 13, 2007 -
I need to start eating at home more often but I inevitably start making "comfort" foods...mostly because I lack the knowledge and to make lighter foods...what cookbook do you recommend for light and delicious recipes? I don't care if the recipes are easy or not...just want good, fresh, "light" food....
posted by stevyb
on Apr 14, 2005 -