Jan 30.2015 – Celeb chef dining here & there for Valentine’s Day

Hosted & produced by Barbara J Nosek

Author of e-books, “Dieter’s Survival Guide” series, 99 cents to $3.99,

and “Be a Better Business Writer in Nine Easy Steps” at $3.99

and NEW “Can This Help You Finally Quit Smoking” at 99 cents

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What a special day for special dinners. And superstar chefs across the country are setting the table for a memorable evening.

Keep in mind probably all will require reservations. Also note that each listing includes the main website where you can check to see if there are special dinners at some of the chefs’ other restaurants.

Here’s the sampling . . .

Daniel Bouluddb Bistro Moderne, Miami – Four course tasting menu {can also come in for a four-courser on Friday, 02.13 with a limited a la carte menu also available, also bar/lounge specials both evenings} www.dbbistro.com

Charlie Palmer, Charlie Palmer Steak, Las Vegas – Chef Steve Blandino’s three course menu that can be paired with specially curated wines  www.charliepalmer.com

Jean-Georges Vongerichten NYC restaurants – four course prix fixe menus in addition to the a la carte menu at Nougatine, JoJo, The Mercer Kitchen, Perry St, and the Inn at Pound Ridge, plus seven courser Valentine’s menu and daily prix fixe menus at Jean-Georges, and choice of appetizer, entree and dessert at The Mark  www.jean-georges.com

Andre Rochat restaurants in Las Vegas – prix fixe menu on both Feb 13 & 14 at Alizé, and three different prix fixe menus on Fri, Sat & Sun at Andre’s  www.andrelv.com  www.alizelv.com

Mario Batali, Eately, Chicago – for one night only, Eataly will combine La Carne, Il Pesce and Le Verdure to create the unique pop-up restaurant Osteria Valentino where you can experience their twist on a traditional Italian osteria. www.mariobatali.com

Ming Tsai, Blue Dragon, Boston - shared tasting menu on both Feb 13 & 14, three seating times  www.ming.com

Norm Van Aken, Norman’s, Orlando - at the The Ritz-Carlton, a four course meal with offerings ranging from Mango “Barbecued” Grilled Cobia to Strawberry Grouper Ceviche  www.normans.com

Emeril Lagasse, Emeril’s, New Orleans – holiday inspired specials along with regular a la carte menu www.emerils.com

Wolfgang Puck, The Source, Washington DC – five course Couples Tasting Menu, ending with Chocolate Four Play, optional wine pairing  www.wolfgangpuck.com

Roy Yamaguchi, Roy’s restaurants - four-course Prix Fixe menu features a duo of delicate Misoyaki Butterfish and Kobe Beef Short Rib in a Red Wine Curry Demi-Glace, plus dine there anytime during Valentine’s Day weekend and receive a $20 Dining Card to use during a future visit {not available at Pebble Beach or Hawaii locations}  www.roysrestaurant.com

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Maybe a celeb chef branded gift for your sweetie? 

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Tues: Rachel Ray’s Grilled Shrimp  Below: Celeb celebration

Jan 29.2015 – A celebration 35 years in the making

Hosted & produced by Barbara J Nosek

Author of e-books, “Dieter’s Survival Guide” series, 99 cents to $3.99,

and “Be a Better Business Writer in Nine Easy Steps” at $3.99

and “Can This Help You Finally Quit Smoking” at 99 cents

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“I’m not a celebrity chef. I just love to cook.” Ha! Don’t believe it.

Alize atop the Palms

Not about the loving to cook, because anyone who’s ever taken a seat in one of Andre Rochat’s restaurants will testify to that one. But his comment about not being a celebrity chef . . . ummm, not buying it. Although it could be said chef Rochat had that title before that title existed, bringing his French heritage and culinary talents to Las Vegas to open the town’s first freestanding gourmet restaurant way back in 1980.

Andre's Restaurant, Las Vegas Group Reservations

Andre’s at the Monte Carlo

He clearly was at the forefront of Las Vegas’ current status as a fine dining destination. Now, 35 years later, though that original place is gone, both of his current restaurants will celebrate this milestone throughout 2015 with ongoing specials, including 35 percent off wines ordered between 5:30p and 6:30p,  guest chef nights, and a complimentary fifth dinner for two for guests who dine four times or more during this year (a value of $200).

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Alizé    Andre’s

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Fri: Celeb dining on Valentine’s Day    Below: Game Day snacks

Jan 27.2015 – Game Day Goodies

Hosted & produced by Barbara J Nosek

Author of e-books, “Dieter’s Survival Guide” series, 99 cents to $3.99,

and “Be a Better Business Writer in Nine Easy Steps” at $3.99

and NEW “Can This Help You Finally Quit Smoking” at 99 cents

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What’s one of the best things about the Big Game day??? The license to indulge in a bountiful buffet of foodie cravings!!! {OK, maybe that’s just me} At any rate, here are some celeb chef snacks, plus a whole book of them.

From Las Vegas’ own Les Kincaid, Sweet & Spicy Chipotle Chicken Wings, 4-6 servings

15 oz can tomato sauce  2 T sweet butter  1/2 c honey  1/4 c chipotle flavored hot sauce  1 T grated lime rind {about 3 limes}  3 T fresh lime juice  1/4 t ground red pepper  4-5 lb chicken wings  1 T salt  1 t black pepper  1 c all purpose flour  canola oil

Heat tomato sauce and butter in a small saucepan over medium heat, stirring until butter melts. Stir in honey and next 4 ingredients, and bring to a boil. Reduce heat, and simmer, stirring often, 5 minutes. Set aside.

Cut off wingtips, and discard. Cut wings in half at joint, if desired. Sprinkle wings with salt and pepper; dredge lightly in flour, shaking off excess.

Pour oil to a depth of 1 1/2 inches into a large, deep skillet or Dutch oven; heat oil to 375°. Fry wings, in 3 batches, 8 minutes per batch or until golden and crispy. Remove wings from oil using a slotted spoon; drain on layers of paper towels. (Allow oil to return to 375° before adding next batch of wings.)

Place wings in a large bowl. Drizzle with tomato sauce mixture, tossing well to coat. Let stand 5 minutes before serving.

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From Paula Deen, Pepperocini Subs, 8 servings

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17-inch loaf French white bread, halved lengthwise  1 c mayo  2 T red wine vinegar  1 t Italian seasoning  6 large leaves green leaf  lettuce  1/2 lb thinly sliced deli ham  1/2 lb thinly sliced deli turkey  1/4 lb thinly sliced deli Swiss cheese  2 tomatoes, thinly sliced  1/2 c sliced pepperoncini peppers

Pull out bread in both halves of loaf to create a 1/2-inch shell, reserving for another use. In a small bowl, stir together mayo, vinegar & seasoning. Spread onto cut sides of bread. Top bottom half of bread with lettuce, all remaining ingredients, and top half of bread. Wrap with plastic wrap & refrigerate for up to 4 hours. Cut into 2-inch slices to serve.

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From Emeril Lagasse, Bacon Potato Salad, 6-8 servings

{From the cookbook “Emeril at the Grill”}

Bacon Potato Salad2 lbs small red potatoes, quartered  3/4 t salt  1/4 t cayenne  1/4 t freshly ground pepper  2 T freshly squeezed lemon juice  1/3 c finely chopped celery  2 T finely chopped green onions, white & green  1 T chopped fresh parsley  4 hard boiled eggs, coarsely chopped  3/4 c mayo  1 1/2 T Creole or other whole-grain mustard  4 strips crisp-cooked bacon, crumbled

Place the potatoes in a saucepan, add water to cover, and bring to a boil. Cook, partially covered, until the potatoes are fork-tender, about 10 min. Drain and transfer to a salad bowl and while still warm, season with the salt, cayenne, black pepper, and lemon juice. Toss well to combine. Add the celery, green onions, parsley, and eggs.

In a small bowl, stir the mayonnaise and mustard, and add to the salad. Sprinkle with bacon and toss gently but thoroughly to mix well. Serve immediately, or refrigerate covered, and serve slightly chilled.

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“Game Day Super Snacks” on Kindle, $2.99

The author calls this a “complete guide to Game Day Parties.” That’s because it’s cover to cover with recipes that she says are “easy to prepare and also many can be made in advance which will free up your time on the day of the big game.”

You can start the day with her breakfast sweets, and then segue to the savories such as coconut-orange shrimp, ribs, turkey legs, fried pickles, dips & salsas, and crock pot dishes. And because it’s on Kindle, zoom, it’s delivered into your hands at warp speed.

Click for more information . . .

Les Kincaid  Paula Deen  Emerilte

“Emeril at the Grill”  “Game Day Super Snacks”

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Thur: Savings & Surprises    Below: Help with your resolutions

 

 

Jan 25.2015 – Need help with your resolutions? Dieting, smoking, biz writing, classes & more

Hosted & produced by Barbara J Nosek

Scroll down for my help books on Kindle – dieting, smoking & biz writing

plus classes & our new “Dieter’s Resource Page”

And then links to general pages that you can customize to your liking

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MY BOOKS

DIETER’S SURVIVAL GUIDE on Kindle

Here’s a veritable buffet of easy and powerful ways to help you avoid weight gain, and still enjoy the dining experience, in life’s DIETERSSURVIVALGUIDE (1)everyday situations. It treats you to a fast course in savvy decisions AND satisfying food. And you “graduate” knowing just how to balance practicality and pleasure with the goal of forever lookin’ good and feelin’ good. It can be your sole field manual or it can dovetail with a separate diet or exercise plan.

$3.99  Learn more

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THE BUSY PERSON’S DIET GUIDE on Kindle

It’s the quick-read version of “Dieter’s Survival Guide,” but still features all the essential points from each chapter – but, good news, THEBUSYit still incorporates the full list of Smart Snacks, Spiffy Substitutes, and Tidbits in their entirety in separate appendices. This is the time saving way to arm yourself with powerful techniques to triumph over the Gainsters, those pesky excesses of calories & carbs, sugars & fats, that try to sabotage our goals for a svelte silhouette.

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THE DINING OUT CHAPTERS on Kindle

Going out to eat can be a great joy or a time of feeling once again deprived as those all around you have a fun time at the table while DININGyou focus on watching your weight.This book helps make sure it’s the fun kind of experience for you too, whether the destination is a fine dining restaurant, a flavor-intensive ethnic place, a fast food outlet, or a bountiful buffet. Excerpted from the Kindle book, “Dieter’s Survival Guide.”

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HOLIDAY & PARTY CHAPTERS on Kindle

Holidays check in all year long, and all kinds of other parties add festive dates to your personal calendar. Does this spell trouble for HOLIDAY (1)your best intentions of maintaining some degree of svelteness??? Not if you follow these smart and satisfying ways to eat and drink and enjoy no matter where the social whirl takes you. You’ll find some savvy cocktail tips too. Excerpted from the Kindle book “Dieter’s Survival Guide.”

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BIG SNACKS & SUBS LISTS on Kindle

When you’re hungry, you’re hungry. Sometimes it’s better to have a smart snack than let your appetite grow to chair-fork-BIGSNACKSrefrigerator proportions. Our big list gives you smart and tasty options from the categories of Savory, Sweet and Beverages – and you can also sneakily reduce calories intake with selections from our big list of smart and tasty substitutes – both from the Kindle book “Dieter’s Survival Guide.”

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CAN THIS HELP YOU FINALLY QUIT SMOKING ???

The beauty of affirmations: no chemicals or electronics or classes though it can work with any of Quit Smoking book imagethose . . .tap into it anytime, anywhere . . . customizable to your particular lifestyle. The power lies in the interplay of consequences, rewards and avoidances, a 3x booster shot to your all-important willpower. Use them to help you quite now, subsequently to firm your resolve, again any time you are tempted in the future.

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BE A BETTER BUSINESS WRITER IN NINE EASY STEPS on Kindle

Anyone with a busy schedule and business mindset will appreciate the success-oriented content, right-to-the-point style and a BeaBetterformat that parallels the actual writing process, moving smoothly through the natural progression for producing written communications on any platform. You can see for yourself how this real world approach plays out by previewing the Contents list {“Look Inside”}. Read it tonight, Use it tomorrow

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AMAZON LOCAL – CLASSES & MORE

Have a yearning for more learning? I recently completed two courses on Amazon Local logo Amazon Local, one for Kindle and one for financial trading. There were great for buffing up the brain a bit but the real charm of this bonanza is all of the deals that are delivered right to your email box for special offers right in your area, restaurants and more. The offers I’ve redeemed featured savings from 50% to more than 75%, and all so easy to access and use.

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A BROAD RANGE OF RESOURCES WITH CUSTOMIZABLE SEARCHES

Diet books on Amazon  {Note that some pre-sorting is already in place on our Dieter’s Resource Page – see link above}

Quit Smoking books on Amazon

Business writing books on Amazon

All self-help books on Amazon

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Tues: Game Day Super Snacks on Kindle  Below: Sippin’ in Las Vegas

 

 

 

 

Feb 24.2015 – Sip and do good, meet celeb Keller too, in Las Vegas Feb 7

{Would normally have posted on Jan 22 but modem went blooey}

Hosted & produced by Barbara J Nosek

Author of e-books, “Dieter’s Survival Guide” series, 99 cents to $3.99,

and “Be a Better Business Writer in Nine Easy Steps” at $3.99

and “Can This Help You Finally Quit Smoking” at 99 cents

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Going to be in Las Vegas on Sat, Feb 27? Then consider this for your don’t miss list: The 26th annual “Splendor in the Glass” wine & beer tasting event. 3p to 7p.

Take your provided glass to the tables of 60 wineries and breweries andSplendor Glass 2015 sample at will. In between sips visit other tables offering hot and cod hors d’oeuvres. You can also bid into into a live auction and silent auction as you tap your toes to the tunes of the Woody Woods Jazz Combo.

But one of the top highlights of the afternoon will be cooking demos by CCC fave, Chef Hubert Keller. This charming culinary wizard, and “French import,” is globally renowned for his award winning restaurants, Fleur in Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas and the Burger Bars, Keller at Splendorhis acclaimed PBS show “Secrets of a Chef,” and for his penchant for dishes that are as playful as they are upscale.

Find it the in ballroom at Westgate {nee, Hilton}. The event benefits PBS in Las Vegas, a valued member of the community since 1968.Tickets $85 in advance, $100 door, online, also at Total Wine, Lee’s Liquor, and Whole Foods  and at PBS, 3050 E. Flamingo.  Guests must be 21.

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Vegas PBS Event tix  

Hubert Keller  Fleur  Burger Bars  Keller’s books

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Tomorrow: Resolutions Help  Below: Celeb Fried Eggs 

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Jan 20.2015 – Are you frying eggs the right way???

Hosted & produced by Barbara J Nosek

Author of e-books, “Dieter’s Survival Guide” series, 99 cents to $3.99,

and “Be a Better Business Writer in Nine Easy Steps” at $3.99

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Well, maybe you are and maybe you aren’t – at least according to Fernand Point. The legendary French chef is no longer among us but his culinary legacy will live on indefinitely.

Considered a pioneer of modern French cuisine, he was notable for his famed 3-Michelin-star restaurant La Pyramide in Vienne, his mantra, “Butter, more butter, always more butter,” and a magnanimous spirit.Product Details

Even so, in his book “Ma Gastronomie,” {intro by Thomas Keller} we discover that if one of his apprentices did not fry an egg strictly by the method shown below, “he would thunder out, ‘Stop, you wretch, that’s a farce!’”

Chicago celeb chef Charlie Trotter, also sadly no longer with us, was quoted in an interview conducted by Jennifer Iannolo for “Atlasphere” as saying, “If someone were to take away all my cookbooks except for one, I would keep Fernand Point’s Ma Gastronomie. For me, his philosophy instilled what cuisine is all about: generosity and hugeness of heart.”

Fried Eggs a la Fernand Point

Eggs  Butter  Salt & pepper

Melt some butter in a small skillet but do not let it sizzle. Break fresh eggs onto a plate and slip them into the skillet. Cook over very low heat so that the whites of the egg become creamy and the yolks are hot.

In another pan melt some unsalted butter very gently. Salt and pepper it lightly and pour it over the eggs at the last moment.

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Ma Gastronomie  Charlie Trotter’s Foundation  Atlasphere

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Tune in for our next post on Thursday

Jan 16.2015 – New celeb dining coming to Newark Airport

Hosted & produced by Barbara J Nosek

Author of e-books, “Dieter’s Survival Guide” series, 99 cents to $3.99,

and “Be a Better Business Writer in Nine Easy Steps” at $3.99

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Some notable chefs you likely know and love will be hanging their shingles in the Newark Liberty Int Airport over the next year or two. They include Alex Guarnaschelli, Amanda Freitag, Jose Garces and CCC fave Jacques Torres {shown}. Additionally French star Alain Ducasse will consult for a brasserie there and Marc Forgione will helm United’s Elite Membership Club.

They join others in this kind of endeavor such as Wolfgang Puck at McCarran, Rick Bayless at O’Hare, Todd English at Logan and JFK, Martin Yan at San Diego, and Cat Cora at Houston, Salt Lake City and San Francisco Airports. A related trend sees star power enhancing dining options actually on the airplane and also on cruise ships.

Click for more information . . .

Alain Ducasse cookbooks  Todd English cookbooks

Cat Cora cookbooks

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Tune in Tuesday for “the right way” to fry eggs

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Jan 15.2015 – Great foodie site

Oops, resolutions post actually on 01.22.15

Hosted & produced by Barbara J Nosek

Author of e-books, “Dieter’s Survival Guide” series, 99 cents to $3.99

and “Be a Better Business Writer in Nine Easy Steps” at $3.99

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Have you discovered the website Food Republic? Here’s what they say about themselves: “{It}  explores the culture of food through stories, interviews, global conversations and travel experiences. This is the place for people who want to eat, drink and live better.” Though is has since been acquired by another firm, Food Republic was founded by boffo renowned chef Marcus Samuelsson and Editorial Director Richard Martin {shown} who continues in that capacity.

Here’s what I say about them: Wow! This is a bonanza of recipes, restaurant features, chef interviews, drink buzz, political news, and more from  - and this is what gives the site such depth and breadth – a worldwide staff. All with stunning photography that brings it all colorfully to life.

Click for more information . . .

Food Republic  Sign up for their newsletter  Marcus Samuelsson

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Tune in tomorrow for the continuing trend of celeb chefs in airports

Jan 13.2015 – Famous catfish sloppy joe by sea genius Rick Moonen

Hosted & produced by Barbara J Nosek

Author of e-books, “Dieter’s Survival Guide” series, 99 cents to $3.99,

and “Be a Better Business Writer in Nine Easy Steps” at $3.99

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Anyone who’s taken a seat in Rick Moonen’s restaurants at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, rm seafood downstairs and Rx Boiler Room upstairs, knows this superb chef is a total master of all things from the sea. He’s also justly famous for his hard work on seafood sustainability . . . and for his cookbook “Fish Without a Doubt” which is like a seafood seminar . . . and for this sandwich.

8 servings

1/2 lb catfish fillet {bloodline removed with a sharp knife}, cut into 1/3″ dice  coarse salt  1/4 c canola oil  1 c diced onion 1 c diced green bell pepper 2 t paprika  bbq sauce for fish {see below} softened butter 8 hamburger buns

Season the catfish with salt. Let sit on the counter. Heat a medium skillet over med-hi heat. When the pan is hot, add the oil, onion, and green pepper. Saute, stirring often, until the onion begins to soften, about 3 min.

Stir in the paprika and saute, stirring for 1 min. Add the catfish and saute for 1 min. Stir in the bbq sauce and bring to a simmer. Reduce the heat to low and simmer for 6-7 min, until thick.

Meanwhile, heat a griddle or cast iron skillet over med-hi heat.Butter the buns
Moonen sloppy joe and toast them on the griddle. Fill the buns with the catfish mixture and pile some potato chips on top for crunch. Serve these joes while they are hot.

Rick’s bbq sauce: Heat 2 T veg oil and saute 1 c minced onion, 2 large minced garlic cloves, 1 t fresh thyme leaves, a pinch of coarse salt about 5 min; combine 1 T sugar and 2 T water in a small skillet over med-hi heat, swirling until sugar dissolves and caramel is dark amber, then add 1 T red wine vinegar and 1/2 c clam juice and boil until the caramel is dissolved; add the sugar mixture to the onion along with 1 c ketchup, 1 t Tabasco, 1 t Worcestershire, and freshly ground white pepper to taste; bring to a boil, then lower the heat and simmer for 20 min; let cool. Will keep for days in the fridge.

Notes . . . Rick says you can sub tilapia, skinless salmon, char or trout . . . he also says he likes soft, tender potato rolls for the buns

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Rick Moonen “Fish Without a Doubt”  CCC Book Store 

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Tune in Thursday for the scoop on a great foodie site

Click here or scroll down for foodie book deals that may still be available

 

Jan 9.2015 – First {2nd this month} Friday Foodie e-Book Deals

Hosted & produced by Barbara J Nosek

Author of e-books, “Dieter’s Survival Guide” series, 99 cents to $3.99,

and “Be a Better Business Writer in Nine Easy Steps” at $3.99

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Here’s this month’s showcase of book deals for foodie interest on Amazon Kindle – some are free

Any can be limited time offers – be sure to check pricing before ordering

All deals are as of January 10, 2015

Below this month’s featured books you’ll find links to the whole list of Amazon’s foodie books that are either free or on Kindle Unlimited

{Note that all transactions are solely between the seller and buyer}

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