Thursday, September 16, 2004

IBLP Store: No-Guesswork Cookbook
IBLP is now selling a cookbook. The cookbook features "precise measurements, clear instructions, reliable temperatures and timing, and accurate yield"!

Better yet, the "meals and menus encourage a proper balance between nutrition, good taste, eye appeal, efficiency in preparation, and cost control."


Anonymous Anonymous said...

$35! Dang, I'll have to wait until it's on the clearance rack at Barnes and Nobles before I can buy it. I'm guessing it DOES NOT include old adages such as "a pinch of salt" or "a smidgen of flour"... I bet it has two forms of the recipes, a regular one and a "family" one which servers 13-20.

9:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And I quote... "The unique part of this cookbook is that every recipe is given in at least two sizes: family size (6-12 servings) and large-group size (approximately 50 servings)."

That would be a yes, I think...

8:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

HEY, I have the cookbook and its really good (I did live in flint for a while which is where most of the recipes came from.) and Kim is really cool (she wrote the cookbook.) and yes i would say im an Xer. My son will be using different curriculum. Love your site :)

6:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hoestly I live here the food is gross!

8:19 AM  

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