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aimeehart
#1 Posted : Sunday, April 10, 2011 1:25:35 PM(UTC)
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Sort of like Julia and Julia.  I also know there is a site that cooks from the momofuku cookbook.  I was wondering if there were any others out there. 


Also, has anyone cooked through an entire cookbook and if so, which one?
Hope this post is in the right place!


Thanks.

jzanger
#2 Posted : Sunday, April 10, 2011 5:07:58 PM(UTC)
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Here are a few I know of:


French Laundry at home (completed) - http://carolcookskeller....home-lists-and-menu.html


Cooking Ad Hoc at Home - http://adhocathome.blogspot.com/


Alinea at home - http://www.alineaathome.com/


Moosewood Cookbook blog - http://ahappytaste.blogspot.com/


And then there's this which is a compilation by the WSJ


Of course, there's also this and this which are dedicated to Dorie Greenspan's books but they are actually groups of people cooking/baking through her books rather than one blogger.


Along the same lines as Dorie's groups is also this group baking from Nick Malgieri's book, but it seems to have "disbanded" based on the last posting date.  It's still interesting none-the-less.


Erm, that's all I can think of.  I started collecting blogs before I started really collecting cookbooks.

Breadcrumbs
#3 Posted : Monday, April 11, 2011 3:01:16 AM(UTC)
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Great question aimeehart and jzanger thanks so much for those links.  Many of them were new to me and much appreciated.


 


I've been participating in Chowhound's Cookbook of the Month ("COTM") cook-along since September 2011 and have really been enjoying it.  (My id there is "breadcrumbs")


 


Each month members nominate and vote on a book to cook from and then the winning book is selected and members post their reviews, tips, observations and photos throughout the month.  Threads are archived but kept active so folks can continue to add to them long past the book's "official month". 


This month we've been cooking from "Around My French Table" by Dorie Greenspan.  Here's a link to that thread:


http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/775864


 


Here's a link to the historical COTM threads:


 


http://www.chow.com/cookbook_of_the_month_archive


 


Sue

aimeehart
#4 Posted : Monday, April 11, 2011 3:48:18 AM(UTC)
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Thanks so much for all the helpful information! 

Cheri
#5 Posted : Monday, April 11, 2011 2:47:59 PM(UTC)
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Mrs. L
#6 Posted : Thursday, April 14, 2011 10:07:20 AM(UTC)
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There is the Gourmet Project where she ties to cook through the 1000 recipes in The Gourmet Cookbook!


http://thegourmetproject.blogspot.com/


 


Rene

sandyathanas
#7 Posted : Sunday, April 17, 2011 1:47:18 AM(UTC)
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I love this one. http://www.meettheshanno...tty-crocker-project.html


They are "veganizing" every recipe in the Betty Crocker Cookbook


 


Sandy

Mrs. L
#8 Posted : Friday, May 06, 2011 9:17:05 AM(UTC)
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This one makes me smile, there is a 17 year old boy cooking his way through the Star Wars Cookbook (which I have and just made TIE Fighter Ties from!).


 


Cooking My Way Through the Star Wars Galaxy


 


Rene

robm
#9 Posted : Friday, May 06, 2011 4:20:28 PM(UTC)
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There's also a fun Harry Potter cookbook that actually has pretty good recipes for foods mentioned in the books -- basically traditional English things tweaked a bit to match the stories! I think the book is listed in the EYB library!
Salt
#10 Posted : Tuesday, May 24, 2011 11:21:21 AM(UTC)
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There is a group cooking through  Dorie Greenspan's  Around my French Table


And, if you are into baking...a group baking through Baked Explorations


 

Foodelf
#11 Posted : Saturday, March 17, 2012 12:35:23 PM(UTC)
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I'm late to this topic, but A Cookbook a Month is one of the most fun (often hilarious) cook the book blogs I've seen around. 


Three friends in the UK who really give a cookbook a run for its money - their reviews are in the form of mealtime dialogue with spouses and children chiming in - they provide the good, the bad and the ugly.  I like their candid views and thoughts and the frequency of their posts


Having been a blog-junkie for years, this is the only site which influenced me to actually buy a book they were experimenting with "Good Things to Eat" by Lucas Hollweg.

aimeehart
#12 Posted : Saturday, March 17, 2012 2:24:04 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for that!  I'm going to check it out!

MissB
#13 Posted : Wednesday, April 04, 2012 6:20:17 AM(UTC)
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I'm also late on this one....but have come across the below site today...it might be worth a look.


http://iheartcookingclubs.blogspot.com.au/

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