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Recipes & Traditions from The "New" Old Farmer's Almanac Cookbook

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The holidays are upon us again. It’s a time when “new” traditions are introduced and “old” traditions are embraced and shared—especially when it comes to cooking, food, and hospitality. At this time of year, we cook with love, crave dishes that we remember from childhood and still make our mouths water, and indulge in meals that make the season special. From the publishers of America’s most trusted reference, THE Old Farmer’s Almanac Everyday Cookbook is a perfect resource for today’s kitchen, with tried-and-true recipes from the American holiday table and adventurous modern recipes to impress both family and friends.

THE Old Farmer’s Almanac Everyday Cookbook is a veritable cook’s bible of home-style fare, conveniently updated for today’s healthful tastes and busy times. Packed with 400 delicious dishes, this book is designed to satisfy hearty appetites year-round with wholesome, good-eating snacks, casual meals, and special occasion dinners.

My guest will be Janice Stillman, the editor of the Old Farmer’s Almanac Cookbook.

GIVEAWAY ALERT: We'll be giving away a copy of this 'Must Have' cookbook. Listen & Win!

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