"The Illustrated Kitchen Bible" by Victoria Blashford-Snell

Learn how to get a delicious meal on the table without all the fuss in The Illustrated Kitchen Bible. More than just a cookbook, it covers everything you need to know when following a recipe, providing step-by-step sequences for key techniques and special features on favorite foods. Its also offers 1,000 recipes for dishes like marinated salmon, potato gnocchi, and classic cheese wontons. More
They Might Also Like
From the test cooks and editors of "Cook's Illustrated," this compilation of 350 recipes you can trust helps you make the best baked goods while avoiding common baking pitfalls. This practical kitchen...More
Personalized Gift: Country Kitchen Metal Sign. A Personal Creations Exclusive! Capture Her "Downhome" Personality With A Metal Sign That's Just Brimming With Country Flavor! Choose Heart...More
Write drunk; edit sober. - Ernest Hemingway Words to live by. The god of brevity and manly dilapidation. Manly dilapidation? See? He would have gone with guts. What other quotation could possibly...More
Mark Twain was a thinking man and quite obviously from this quote, a drinking man. Your favorite whiskey lover will enjoy this kitchen towel that can be personalized with the year of their birth...More
Keep all your kitchen tools close at hand with OXO's 15-piece Everyday Kitchen Tool Set. All tucked neatly into a stylish stainless steel utensil holder, the set contains OXO's Nylon Flexible Turner,...More
The perfect pair for a plethora of kitchen duties. The 9" and 11" skillets in this set are versatile additions to your cookware collection. Both are made of aluminum for quick and even...More
Winner of the IACP First BookAward *Named one of Cooking Lightmagazine's Top 100 Cookbooks of the Last 25 YearsThe long-awaited cookbook by Deb Perelman of Smitten Kitchen - home cook, photographer,...More
Make her famous with her very own Queen Victoria portrait! Based on her photo, our talented artists will seamlessly place her into this timeless masterpiece, originally created by Franz Xaver Winterhalt...More