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30 review for The Essential New York Times Cookbook: The Recipes of Record (10th Anniversary Edition)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Cynthia Paschen

    I have made several recipes from this giant doorstop of a cookbook. Recipes are clearly written, including notes on Amanda Hesser's tweaks or suggestions, with credit to the person who developed the recipe. Amanda Hesser is a joy to watch on video. Self-effacing and messy, and she is also an excellent writer. I will rely on this until the end of my cooking days. Brava. I have made several recipes from this giant doorstop of a cookbook. Recipes are clearly written, including notes on Amanda Hesser's tweaks or suggestions, with credit to the person who developed the recipe. Amanda Hesser is a joy to watch on video. Self-effacing and messy, and she is also an excellent writer. I will rely on this until the end of my cooking days. Brava.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Chris Barsanti

    Yes, much of what is here is quite beyond my capabilities. Nevertheless, even though the same can be said for more than a few great novels (which pride dictates shall remain unnamed here) that does not diminish their greatness.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jenny

    This is a comprehensive examination of recipes from the New York Times since it’s inception. This is an updated version of the cookbook that reflects current cooking trends. The collection of recipes was crowdsourced and curated/tester by the author. Organized by traditional sections (breads, drinks, soups, etc.), each chapter starts with a timeline of food in America and the Times since the Times’ inception, then contains an essay highlighting the food in the chapter, followed by a table of con This is a comprehensive examination of recipes from the New York Times since it’s inception. This is an updated version of the cookbook that reflects current cooking trends. The collection of recipes was crowdsourced and curated/tester by the author. Organized by traditional sections (breads, drinks, soups, etc.), each chapter starts with a timeline of food in America and the Times since the Times’ inception, then contains an essay highlighting the food in the chapter, followed by a table of contents organizing the chapter by like foods. This is needed because the recipes in the chapter are organized by the time they were first published. Each (most) recipe is prefaced by a write up about the recipe, and many are followed with cooking notes. I found a lot of the writing to be amusing. Terrifically inspiring recipes.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Janet

    This is not a cookbook to be taken lightly--certainly not with its considerable heft! It's exhaustive and not the sort of book you can simply check out of the library and plan to make a few recipes from. As the title says, these are the recipes of record--and there's a lot of them--and they deserve your time and attention. Worth a purchase if you're serious. This is not a cookbook to be taken lightly--certainly not with its considerable heft! It's exhaustive and not the sort of book you can simply check out of the library and plan to make a few recipes from. As the title says, these are the recipes of record--and there's a lot of them--and they deserve your time and attention. Worth a purchase if you're serious.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kelda

    Checked it out digitally from my local library. In the first 100 pages there was enough recipes I wanted to save, I jumped on Amazon and just bought the book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Nick Salenga

    This is a great book that is cause for celebration that can teach you how to cook.

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    Jessica

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    Janine Smith

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    Sherilyn Leas

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    KTD

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    Dany Gravel

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    Mary

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    Tina Clark

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    Jo Anne Cummings

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    Cecelia Myers

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    Paula Nickerson

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    Amber Dixon

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    Carrie Hill

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    LILIAN UGARTE REYES

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    Kristi

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