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Cook & Tell by Karyl Bannister

Cook & Tell

by Karyl Bannister

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Karyl Bannister has produced a homely newsletter with her own, apparently casual but extremely accomplished, illustrations, from her home off the Maine coast since 1982. The newsletter continues, as of 2011, in paper copy which is a delight to receive, when most other newsletters have gone to the web. I guess one can print from the internet but it is just not the same as getting an issue in the post and setting aside some coffee time to sit and read. A home cook, rather than gourmet - real food that actually gets made, with a chatty intro to each recipe. Simple but delicious is the Golden Carrot Soup - adding a red pepper lifts it well above the workaday.
  Carrie.deSilva | Aug 28, 2011 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0618127615, Hardcover)

If you're a food lover with a secret file of best-loved recipes and you like real food from real kitchens, it's time to meet Karyl Bannister, the creator of America's favorite home-cooking newsletter, COOK & TELL, and her far-flung subscribers.
With a no-nonsense approach, Bannister has chosen her personal favorites and those of her readers. From the elegant to the just plain delicious, COOK & TELL contains recipes for dining duos, fast family suppers, old-fashioned Sunday dinners, holiday celebrations, and more. Filled with folksy anecdotes from Bannister and her COOK & TELL contingent, the book is like an agreeable chat and recipe swap with an old friend.

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