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A new batch of cookbooks simmers for fall consumption

Posted: November 7, 2012 at 4:23 a.m.

Bookcover of The Science of Good Cooking

Bookcover of The Science of Good Cooking

Fall is a time of apples, blazing leaves, cool nights and cookbooks. Lots of cookbooks. No fewer than 100 cookbooks have arrived for review in recent weeks. Unfortunately, we don’t have space to review them all. Whether you’re making your own wish list or looking for ideas to fulfill someone else’s, there’s a book for almost every kind of cook. Here are ome of our favorite ecent and forthcoming eleases (and a shameess plug for our own book).

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