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Babycakes Cupcake Maker Recipe Book - Sweeps4Bloggers
The ingenious invention of the Babycakes Cupcake Maker has been met with unprecedented popularity! The incredible demand has prompted another book on the topic — more in-depth, and with slightly more sophisticated flavors that reflect both current cupcake trends and old-fashioned delicacies. It’s a complete and wide-ranging cookbook that still packs in all of the fun of the first book, but...
Bookends: Episode 17 - Middle Eastern Cookbooks

Bookends is a vibrant and dynamic conversation about contemporary books and the world of literary genre. Justine Lewkowicz interviews authors, bookstore owne...

Dave Wood Dave Wood says:
What is a unique way to store cookbooks in the kitchen?
I have quite a few cookbooks and they are sitting in a stack in the corner of the kitchen. I'm looking for some creative ways to store the books to keep the kitchen looking nice. I would prefer a solution other than a basic shelf and bookends.
Jim says:
My wife has one of those California wine kitchen stands. Underneath is a heavy wire grill for bottles of wine. Above is a flat table and above that a couple of shelves. Its a great place to have...

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Patricia Heaton at Bookends in Ridgewood

Actress Patricia Heaton met fans and signed copies of her new cookbook, "Patricia Heaton's food for family and friends," at Bookends in Ridgewood. Richard Formicola/Special to . by Taboola by Taboola. AD CONTENT. Fisher Investments

Actress Patricia Heaton greets fans at Bookends in Ridgewood

Paul Wood Jr., Staff Writer Published 3:26 p.m. ET Feb. 7, 2018 | Updated 11:34 p.m. ET Feb. 7, 2018. CLOSE. Actress Patricia Heaton met fans and signed copies of her new cookbook, "Patricia Heaton's food for family and friends," at Bookends in

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Instagram responded by testing an integration for paid posts. Talk Shop Live brings a lot more transparency, and empowers individuals to become de facto hosts of their own QVC-style broadcast. Within its first two weeks, the platform already has

Town Crier for April 15, 2018

Today at 2 p.m., MainStreet BookEnds and the CRVNA are pleased to present “What Matters Most?” What would be most important to you if your life was shortened by a serious illness? Registration is required. On April 22 at 2 p.m. in The Gallery, join in