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Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles Wrote a Cookbook That Pays Tribute to Her Southern Baptist Roots – News

 Jennifer Nettles wants you to learn how to cook like her!  The Sugarland singer and her mom Carla Temple teamed up to write a family-friendly cookbook entitled Sweet, Savory & Simple, that was inspired by her Southern roots Growing up in Douglas, Georgia, one of Nettles’ biggest influences throughout her youth was attending the Carver Baptist Church,…

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Write Your Cookbook with Other People

Putting out a cookbook can be this long, lonely process where everything is on your shoulders and you have to make sure everything comes together. It can be really hard, but it doesn’t have to be that way. I’m going to share with you what I do when I want to put out a great…

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Introduction to Morris Press Cookbooks

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Cookbook Mini Declutter

Welcome to the hygge wytch channel again and today what we’re going to do is a mini declutter of cookbooks. Some people don’t use their cookbooks. They just hoard them and they sit there forever I use mine all the time, but I don’t use all of them. So, let’s see which ones make the…

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Cookies for Kids’ Cancer Set of 2 Cookbooks

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Cookbook | Wikipedia audio article

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Justin Chapple “Mad Genius Tips” Handsigned Cookbook

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Why I Chose Morris Press Cookbooks for Our Church Cookbook

My name is Glenda Frazier and I was honored to have the opportunity to chair the First United Methodist Church cookbook committee. Our church has a tremendous number of wonderful cooks and you know what a church potluck is like. Well, we decided that it would be great to have an opportunity to collect some…

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Food52’s Piglet Tournament of Cookbooks: Tasting Rome vs. Taste of Persia

Hey everyone! Food52 is one of my favorite food web sites and culinary resources. Every year they hold this epic cookbook challenge called The Piglet. This year they asked me to be a judge and I was so honored, I couldn’t say no. The two books they assigned me were: Tasting Rome: Fresh Flavors and…

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How We Used Morris Press Cookbooks to Raise Funds for a Good Cause

My name is Shantel Harrington and we did a fundraising cookbook a couple years ago called Cooking for Karson. We did it as a fundraiser for a family that – a coworker of ours that had a son diagnosed with leukemia. We wanted to help out the family with all of their medical expenses in…

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