MORE ON THE COOKBOOK

THE MELTING POT COOKBOOK is going into its second month on the market, and sales are picking up. We got a couple of nice reviews on Amazon, and they have reduced the price for the introduction.

The book has a lot of things that separate it from the usual cookbooks found on the shelves today. Firstly, it was not written by a famous chef who is trying to enhance his reputation. It was written by a housewife whose goal was to pass along good recipes for an American housewife to prepare for her family or for special occaisions when she entertains family or friends.

Secondly, its recipes use common ingredients usually found in any kitchen, not exotic, expensive spices, etc. that must be found, used for one recipe, then never needed again.

The book has recipes for many cultural dishes, Chinese, Italian, etc. That’s why it’s called The Melting Pot, going back to the good old days when America was “The Melting Pot”.

Besides the recipes, this cookbook is filled with stories throughout which tell how the author came across many of the recipes.

And finally, there are many unusual dishes found in the book that will impress your guests, and have them asking you for the recipes. There is nothing that brings a smile to a cook’s face quicker than the approval of her peers, and their complimenting her by asking to copy her foods.

If you need the perfect gift for a young bride, believe me when I tell you this is the one. It will become her “go to” cookbook for the length of her married life.

Available on Amazon.com. Search for “Belle Fields cookbook” at the site.

 

 

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