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1. Cooking The Books
Cookbook Reviewer Naomi Bussin loves to bake. Read her thoughts on Better Baking, a new recipe book that takes old classics and makes them new. Read here
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2. Smitten Kitchen
Tonic Cookbook Reviewer, Naomi Bussin, knows that many of us get our recipes online. She reviews her favourite cooking blog Smitten Kitchen.
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3. Goofy Name, Great Cookbook
Tonic cookbook reviewer, Naomi Bussin, was originally going to write about another book, but she nevertheless decided to share her thoughts on popular author, Angela Liddon's newest vegan recipes. You'll be glad she did.
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4. Baking With Less Sugar
Cookbook Reviewer, Naomi Bussin, rates Baking With Less Sugar. The desserts often replace sugar with fat. It's not a diet cookbook, but is it still worth a look?
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5. At Home In the Whole Food Kitchen
Cookbook reviewer, Naomi Bussin, was blown away by the beautiful graphics and images in this vegetarian cookbook. When she got down to trying the recipes she was even more impressed.
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6. NY Times Food Writer is “Changing the Game”
This month Tonic Cookbook Reviewer Naomi Bussin looks at NY Times food writer Melissa Clark's newest book. Read here to find out why it has already become one of her favourites.
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7. Feast
This month Tonic Cookbook Reviewer, Naomi Bussin, samples recipes from across Canada from Feast, a cookbook which celebrates our Nation's 150 birthday. Which province has the best local cuisine? Read here to find out.
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8. Cooking The Books
Tonic cookbook reviewer, Naomi Bussin, is a bit of a cheater. She makes subtle changes to the recipes that she tests. But that shouldn't stop you from reading her review of The First Mess Cookbook.
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9. World of Comfort
Cookbook reviewer Naomi Bussin knows that you're going to want to make hearty dishes as the weather gets colder in Toronto. She has three internationally inspired dishes for you to try. Read here.
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10. Taste & Technique
Tonic cookbook reviewer, Naomi Bussin, knows that sometimes the recipes in the books she reviews are complicated. Naomi Pomeroy's cookbook contains some intricate dishes, but anything worth doing is worth doing right.
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11. Thug Kitchen
Cookbook expert, Naomi Bussin, wants you to look past the purposefully salty language and focus on the funky vegan recipes in this new book from these acclaimed California bloggers.
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12. Modern Lunch
Tonic Cookbook Reviewer Naomi Bussin knows that lunch is the most underrated of all meals. Read here to find out how to improve your mid-day meal.
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13. Season:
This month Tonic Cookbook Reviewer Naomi Bussin covers Nik Sharma's Season. She really liked it. Read here to see if you'll like it too.
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14. Whole Grain Mornings:
Cookbook reviewer Naomi Bussin sinks her teeth into recipes oriented to the morningtime. According to her Wholegrain Mornings is filled with wholesome delicious breakfasts.
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15. Shaya: An Odyssey of Food
Does Tonic Cookbook Reviewer Naomi Bussin really recommend a hybrid journal/cookbook that covers both Middle-Eastern and Italian cuisines? Read here to find out.
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16. Meat:
This month cookbook reviewer, Naomi Bussin, sinks her teeth into Meat. Find out if she recommends this comprehensive procedural guide and cookbook that focuses on meat and poultry.
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17. Cooking The Books
When it comes to dinner,Cookbook Reviewer, Naomi Bussin, agrees with author Diana Henry, ideas are hard. Find out what Naomi thought of "Simple".
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18. The Surprising Importance of Selfishness
How can you find the time to do all the things necessary to stay healthy and happy. Naomi Bussin thinks the answer is to be a little bit selfish.
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19. Salad Daze
Tonic Cookbook Reviewer Naomi Bussin loves her salads. So reviewing the latest book from the Food52 website that focuses on salads as meals was no problem at all. Read here to find out if you should buy this cookbook.
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20. “Between Harlem and Heaven”
Tonic Cookbook Reviewer Naomi Bussin is bored, bored, bored, with the same old recipes. So she read a new cookbook which featured food with an Afro-Asian-American flavour profile. Read here to see if she recommends it.
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