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     November 27, 2018      #43-331 PB1 4
 
Holly Ebel: Paging all cooks

By Holly Ebel
life@postbulletin.com


Over the past 15 years, more or less, the internet has become the “go to” place in search of recipes. There are literally hundreds of sites with thousands of recipes, but for my time and energy I still want a cookbook — one that I can hold, refer to, write notes in and spill on.

For those who say that the internet is replacing cookbooks, wait a minute. The most recent count is that well over 1,500 are printed each year. These cover every possible category — ethnic foods, baking, vegetables, allergies, desserts, soups, meats and more.

By Holly Ebel
life@postbulletin.com


Over the past 15 years, more or less, the internet has become the “go to” place in search of recipes. There are literally hundreds of sites with thousands of recipes, but for my time and energy I still want a cookbook — one that I can hold, refer to, write notes in and spill on.

For those who say that the internet is replacing cookbooks, wait a minute. The most recent count is that well over 1,500 are printed each year. These cover every possible category — ethnic foods, baking, vegetables, allergies, desserts, soups, meats and more.

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