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porkbeaks

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New (Old) Cookbook Tue, 02/28/12 4:33 PM (permalink)
A friend just gifted me with this gem. I'm having a bit of difficulty attaching the file with my iPad so you may have to click on the link. Btw, copyright is 1965. pb




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    tiki

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    Re:New (Old) Cookbook Tue, 02/28/12 4:49 PM (permalink)
    Tha's a good un!
     
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      CajunKing

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      Re:New (Old) Cookbook Tue, 02/28/12 5:02 PM (permalink)
      I have that one sitting right here on my shelf.  I GAR ON TEE it!
       
       
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        porkbeaks

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        Re:New (Old) Cookbook Tue, 02/28/12 5:08 PM (permalink)
        CajunKing


        I have that one sitting right here on my shelf.  I GAR ON TEE it!



        It would have surprised me if you didn't! pb

         
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          CajunKing

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          Re:New (Old) Cookbook Tue, 02/28/12 5:13 PM (permalink)
          I actually have 6 of his 7 cookbooks , I need to find the one I'm missing.
           
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            Greymo

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            Re:New (Old) Cookbook Tue, 02/28/12 5:23 PM (permalink)
            I don't have that book but I do have a wonderful fun memory of him.  It was the morning of the Sugar Bowl game between New Orleans and Syracuse.  The lobby of the Hyatt, connected to the dome, was a festive place.  Justin  Wilson was there and came up to me  and asked me if I would join him in an umbrella dance  around this large lobby.  Of course, I said "yes".  What fun that morning was !  Shortly, after the dance he approached me  with a glass of lovely champagne!
            <message edited by Greymo on Tue, 02/28/12 5:32 PM>
             
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              mar52

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              Re:New (Old) Cookbook Tue, 02/28/12 7:56 PM (permalink)
              I also have that book, but alas...
               
              Mine's from 1986 with a cover sticker price of $6.95.  Eighth printing.
               
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                1bbqboy

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                Re:New (Old) Cookbook Tue, 02/28/12 10:13 PM (permalink)
                CajunKing


                I actually have 6 of his 7 cookbooks , I need to find the one I'm missing.

                which one are you missing?
                 
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                  jmckee

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                  Re:New (Old) Cookbook Wed, 02/29/12 10:01 AM (permalink)
                  I have this one, the follow up, "Gourmet / Gourmand", "Outside Cooking with Inside Help", and "Louisiana Home Grown." Loved the man, loved his show, love the books.
                   
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                    baileysoriginal

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                    Re:New (Old) Cookbook Wed, 02/29/12 11:52 PM (permalink)
                    I have two of his cookbooks and watched him on PBS most Saturday mornings back in the 80's - he was truly one of a kind - the stories he told as he was cooking were priceless - and I still make his After Thanksgiving Gumbo recipe almost every year after - well  - Thanksgiving.
                     
                    He was a cooking show pioneer - much like  Julia Child.
                     
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                      CajunKing

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                      Re:New (Old) Cookbook Thu, 03/1/12 7:23 PM (permalink)
                      I am looking for a copy of the 1979 JW:2 cookbook to complete my set.
                      I miss having him on PBS.  They do show reruns of his on RFDTV now if I only got that channel.
                       
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