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    Hot and Cheesy by Clifford Wright

    Does anyone have this cookbook? Any reviews? The few recipe names I saw on the Amazon description sounded great. With the Good Cook email I got today for 60% off, it's only $9. Pondering...

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    I'm sorry, but whenever I read the name of this thread I don't think of a cookbook, but I do imagine a steamy novel!
    The cardiologist's diet: - If it tastes good spit it out!

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    LOL! Maybe that's why so many people have opened it, and no one has responded People think I'm spamming!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alleycat View Post
    LOL! Maybe that's why so many people have opened it, and no one has responded People think I'm spamming!
    I knew what you meant because I too have been eyeballing that book.
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    I have his casserole book and haven't been inspired to make anything from it. (For what its worth)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADM View Post
    I'm sorry, but whenever I read the name of this thread I don't think of a cookbook, but I do imagine a steamy novel!
    Tsk, tsk, of course you would Hope it has a happy ending.

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    Hey Alleycat, did you ever get this?
    -Laura

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    No, I was good and didn't order anything Hoping B&N has a copy I may look through.

    This one and 5 Easy Steps to Healthy Eating (could the themes be any more extreme?!) are both calling my name....

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    They have that bundle sale going on now. 2 books I definitely want, but of course the more you buy the cheaper they are... sigh.... In the meantime I just spent money at the used bookstore on cheaper books I want less, I think my shopping logic might be flawed....
    -Laura

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alleycat View Post
    Does anyone have this cookbook? Any reviews? The few recipe names I saw on the Amazon description sounded great. With the Good Cook email I got today for 60% off, it's only $9. Pondering...
    I have this one and several others on the way...yup...GC hooked me in again

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    Gabby, what else did you order? I only want the 2. I still haven't used some of the ones I ordered in December, so feel a tad guilty buying any more right now LOL

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    Anyone have any thoughts on Desserts from the Famous Loveless Cafe or Classic Artisan Baking (Julian Day)?

    The 2 I want for sure are the Todd English home cooking book (forget title) and the Warren Brown breakfast baking book.
    -Laura

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    Laura, not familiar with either of those. Sorry.

    Just placed my order -- Hot and Cheesy, 5 Easy Steps to Healthy Eating, My Pizza by Jim Lahey (preorder), and Weeknights with Giada (preorder). Also ordered Sara Moulton's Everyday Family Dinners (on clearance for 9.99).

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    Just placed my order. I have been staring at the Jim Lahey pizza recipe in Bon Appetit, and you (Alleycat) sent me over the edge. So I got My Pizza (who needs another dessert book?), CakeLove in the Morning by Warren Brown, Hot and Cheesy, and the Todd English book.
    -Laura

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alleycat View Post
    Gabby, what else did you order? I only want the 2. I still haven't used some of the ones I ordered in December, so feel a tad guilty buying any more right now LOL
    Too much

    Taste of Home® Casseroles
    The Potluck Cookbook
    Hot & Cheesy
    Peanut Butter Sweets
    The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food From My Frontier
    Food Network Magazine 1,000 Easy Recipes
    Weeknights with Giada
    Vegetables, Revised
    Popcorn Treats
    One + One: Scarves, Shawls & Shrugs

    AND, I still have a few in my shopping cart waiting for the nxt good deal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADM View Post
    I'm sorry, but whenever I read the name of this thread I don't think of a cookbook, but I do imagine a steamy novel!
    I also think so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isabella8688 View Post
    I also think so.
    I bet this book has sold a lot on title alone. First thing I think of is Hot in Cleveland.

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    If anyone does have this book, wish you would use it for this weeks game

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    I ordered it, Cookieee, but won't have it in time for this week's game!

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    gabbyh: I want to hear how the peanut butter sweets book is.
    -Laura

    Muffins are for people who don't have the 'nads to order cake for breakfast.
    --Seth, "Kitchen Confidential" (the show, not the book)

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