The Cookbook Game #1

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I will be making this recipe later this week.

Since I probably have too many cookbooks, I'll start my next counting for the next recipe from the second row down. I figure if I state this out front, I'll get a good chance of getting through the cookbooks. AND you won't have to put the number at 50 or something...

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(And, ahem, the eggs don't count...)
That's more than 50! Even my short shelf got to 40 which stunned me

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This is the only cookbook I have at present. It was first published in Sydney in 1971. I borrowed it off Mum following the sad passing of Mrs Fulton last month, and yesterday used it to make a chicken liver pate which I'll enter in to the Cookbook Game. I was very pleased with the outcome. Link to recipe here: https://www.cookingbites.com/threads/chicken-liver-pate-vintage-recipe.15902/

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CONGRATULATIONS !!!!!!! You are the first one to complete the game.

Thank you very much for playing. I really appreciate it.
 

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Ok, if we have to use a cook book, it'll be Justin Wilson's "Homegrown Louisiana Cookin".
Craig, I have 4 of his books. And back in 1990, I taped 12 of his shows. Gosh, I sure miss him.

So glad you are playing the game. Thank you.
 
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My entry is from Antionio Carluccio's Italian Feasts. Its an open raviolo filled with mushrooms using home-made pasta. It was time for me to practice making pasta again as I haven't made any in a long while. A detailed description and evaluation can be found here: Open Raviolo with Mushrooms (Raviolo Aperto con Funghi)

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Morning Glory, you are one tough act to follow. I read your post on the other thread. You do have a beautiful way with words. Mushrooms, what more can I say other than....

GREAT JOB!!!!!!!!

Thank you so much for playing.
 

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Morning Glory, you are one tough act to follow. I read your post on the other thread. You do have a beautiful way with words. Mushrooms, what more can I say other than....

GREAT JOB!!!!!!!!

Thank you so much for playing.
Thank you kindly. There is another dish I'd like to try from that book - vegetarian again.
 

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Yup, I miss him as well as Paul Prudhomme!
Yes, miss him also. I have 3 of his books and 24 of his shows taped. What I loved about Paul Prudhomme was almost every recipe came with a long list of spices and herbs. We've made quite a few of his recipes. I love the name of this one from his book "Fiery Foods That I Love." Made it for my game back in 2007. It received a Very Good rating. It was called "The Best Da*ned Grilled Chicken I Ever Ate!" The seasoning paste has 17 ingredients. :eek::bbq:
 
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