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Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Top Ten Tuesday #93

Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish in June 2010. This feature was created because we are particularly fond of lists at The Broke and the Bookish. 

Ten Books I Wouldn't Mind Santa Leaving Under My Tree 

Outlander Kitchen: The Official Outlander Companion CookbookMastering the Art of French Cooking: Vol. 2Slow Dough: Real Bread: Bakers' secrets for making amazing long-rise loaves at home

1. Outlander Kitchen by Theresa Carle-Sanders - I've been following her blog for years now and would love to feed my Outlander addiction with this.
2. Mastering the Art of French Cooking by Julia Child & Simone Beck - I picked up Mastering the Art of French Cooking Volume 1 2 years ago from the thrift store as a birthday present to myself and I love it! It's a beautiful first edition copy that I covet and I'd love the second one.
3. Slow Dough by Chris Young - I love baking and while I'm not super adventurous when it comes to bread baking because I don't have any equipment no Kitchen Aide mixer no blender or food processor so I love that this one is all about making bread by hand.
A Homestead Kitchen: Stories and Recipes from Our Hearth to YoursGreat British Bakes: Forgotten Treasures for Modern BakersTwist: Creative Ideas to Reinvent Your Baking

4. The Homestead Kitchen by Eve and Eivin Kilcher - I love Alaska the Last Frontier so much! I find their way of life really inspiring and I love how much they love each other. Plus I love seeing all the goodies whipped up on the homestead.
5. Great British Bakes by Mary-Anne Boerman - I was a huge fan of Mary-Anne when she was on The Great British Bake Off and I love cookbooks that delve into the history of dishes so this is one I would love.
6. Twist: Creative Ideas to Reinvent Your Baking by Martha Collison - She was the youngest competitor of The GBBO and I really liked her bakes and think her ideas are amazing!

The Cardamom Trail: Chetna Bakes with Flavours of the EastBIY: Bake it Yourself: Over 80 sweet and savoury recipes to make you an expert bakerHow Baking Works: ...And what to do if it doesn't

7. The Cardamom Trail by Chetna Makan - Loved her Indian twists on GBBO
8. BIY: Bake It Yourself by Richard Burr - Loved his can do attitude on GBBO, he did very well and I loved his ideas. 
9. How Baking Works by James Morton: Another young contestant from GBBO but one that I definitely need on my shelves

Scandinavian Comfort Food: Embracing the Art of Hygge

10. Scandinavian Comfort Food by Trine Hahnemann - I loved her book Scandinavian Baking so I'm really looking forward to getting my mitts on this one.

What's on your Top 10 List?


  1. Scandinavian food! I don't know if I know much about it but it sounds good lol. And yeah... bread.

    1. Bread is awesome! Scandinavian food is awesome :) Very comforting but often really light and much healthier than our north american diets.

  2. Ahh you're making me hungry! ;) Great picks!
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    1. You're hungry?! I was drooling when I made this list lol :)

  3. Ooh nice picks! Those look like they will have some tasty recipes inside!

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    Have a GREAT day!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Jessica! Winter is the time for for recipe testing.

  4. Lots of great looking cookbooks here! I should have added some to my list because one of my goals for the new year is to cook more at home. lol!

    1. Great goal Julie! Since I started cooking more at home we have saved a ton of cash and I've had a blast :)

  5. The Outlander Kitchen??? How did I not know that existed?!

    TTT @ Krista's Dust Jacket

    1. It's amazing isn't it!? Theresa has a great blog if you'd like to try a recipe or two out.

  6. Great titles. I like that BIY cover.

  7. I know your dying for that Outlander kitchen book. You've had your eye on that for a while :)

  8. I've flipped through the Outlander cookbook at the library and it does look really good. :)

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  9. The bread book looks interesting. I've made bread - beer, peasant, and rosemary crock pot - only a couple of times. It was fun.

  10. Oh those look fantastic. I wouldn't mind a couple of those under my tree either! Hope you have a great Christmas!


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