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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. 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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3. Cooking The Books
Tonic Cookbook Reviewer, Naomi Bussin, ignores the current backlash and embraces "Brunch" with her review of Sarabeth's Good Morning Cookbook.
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4. 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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5. Cooking The Books
The recipes in Classic German Baking aren't just fun to say, they're super delicious. Tonic Cookbook Reviewer, Naomi Bussin, tells you why this tome should be in your home library.
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6. Naomi’s Holiday Gift Guide
Just in time for the Holidays Tonic Cookbook Reviewer Naomi Bussin has the top tomes for you to select as presents for your favourite home cooks. Read here to see the best of the best.
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7. Modern Jewish Cooking
Cookbook reviewer, Naomi Bussin, reviews Brooklyn based food blogger Leah Koenig's book aimed at urban millenials interested in cooking the food of their ancestors.
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8. Cookbooks r Us
If you want to find that perfect holiday present for your favourite home cook, look no further. Tonic Cookbook reviewer, Naomi Bussin has some great suggestions for you. Read here.
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9. Cooking With (and For) Kids
What could be better than cooking food for and with kids? Tonic Cookbook Review, Naomi Bussin knows...cooking French food for and with kids. Read here to find out more
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10. Where Cooking Begins:
This issue Tonic Cookbook Reviewer Naomi Bussin looks at "Where Cooking Begins". Read here to find out if you should buy this book.
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11. Troubleshooting Allergy-Free Cooking & Baking
cooking.  Laurie is an expert with 2 published books on the subject and a 3rd coming
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12. A Vegetarian Cookbook Review in January?
Why is Tonic Cookbook Reviewer Naomi Bussin covering a vegetarian cookbook in January when everyone wants to heat hearty meals? Read here to find out.
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13. 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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14. The Soup Sisters Cookbook
Since their start-up in 2009, over 60,000 containers of soup have been delivered to shelters across Canada and there is a growing network of over 5500 Soup Sisters and Broth Brothers’ participants across the country.
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15. The New "Vegetarian Cooking For Everyone"
Like many parents cookbook reviewer, Naomi Bussin is trying to introduce more plant-based meals into her family's repetoire. She peruses a recent update to a classic vegetarian cookbook. See why it should be included in your library.
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16. Vegetarian Everyday
This cookbook contains the best recipes from acclaimed food-bloggers David Frenkiel and Luise Vindahl.
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17. 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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18. The a.o.c. Cookbook
Naomi Bussin reviews the newest cookbook from Los Angeles restauranteur, Suzanne Goin. The recipes are complex but the results are worth the effort.
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19. A Full Indian Dinner
Trying to make a "Full Indian Dinner" when you've never done it before can be daunting. So Tonic Cookbook Reviewer Naomi Bussin referred to Meera Sodha latest recipes for guidance and inspiration.
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20. The Fat Radish
Cookbooks featuring "seasonal ingredients" bring out the contrarian in reviewer, Naomi Bussin. But the Kitchen Diaries, from the chefs at New York's Fat Radish, is an accessible, usable cookbook. Find out why Naomi thinks you should buy it.
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