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One hundred warm and inviting original recipes from the kitchen and the novels of #1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber She's welcomed you to the Rose Harbor Inn in Cedar Cove, and now the beloved author invites you to take a seat at her table in a new cookbook featuring her favorite recipes. For Debbie Macomber, food means family--recipes and holiday traditi One hundred warm and inviting original recipes from the kitchen and the novels of #1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber She's welcomed you to the Rose Harbor Inn in Cedar Cove, and now the beloved author invites you to take a seat at her table in a new cookbook featuring her favorite recipes. For Debbie Macomber, food means family--recipes and holiday traditions are passed down through generations, and meals provide opportunities for everyone to gather and share their love. In this treasure trove you'll find one hundred delicious dishes that have become Debbie Macomber's staples, some inspired by her novels and others by family and friends, including - Baked Oatmeal--a comforting start to the day, and something Jo Marie would serve her Rose Harbor Inn guests. - Grilled Fish Tacos with Cilantro-Lime Sauce--a perfect date night delight for Nichole and Rocco from A Girl's Guide to Moving On - Gratitude Bread--a wonderful way to express appreciation for the loved ones in your life, a gift that Shay from Any Dream Will Do would bake for her neighbors - Honey-Chipotle Oven-Roasted Ribs--a mouthwatering dish created by Debbie's son-in-law, but Sam Carney from If Not for You would easily whip up a succulent platter for friends - Eggnog Cookies--a sweet treat that Merry would give to Bright in Debbie's Christmas classic - Guinness Pot Pie--a meaty show-stopping sensation that could win the heart of a hero in any of Debbie's books, or the hero in your life You'll also discover Macomber go-to favorites--Roasted Sesame Asparagus, Debbie's Light Clam Chowder, Cookies and Cream Frozen Dessert. And no cookbook would be complete without Debbie's guilty pleasure: seasoned popcorn. Loaded with gorgeous full-color photographs and memorable stories about the author's cherished traditions, Debbie Macomber's Table embraces the idea that food is more than nourishment. It is a blessing that brings family and friends together.


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One hundred warm and inviting original recipes from the kitchen and the novels of #1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber She's welcomed you to the Rose Harbor Inn in Cedar Cove, and now the beloved author invites you to take a seat at her table in a new cookbook featuring her favorite recipes. For Debbie Macomber, food means family--recipes and holiday traditi One hundred warm and inviting original recipes from the kitchen and the novels of #1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber She's welcomed you to the Rose Harbor Inn in Cedar Cove, and now the beloved author invites you to take a seat at her table in a new cookbook featuring her favorite recipes. For Debbie Macomber, food means family--recipes and holiday traditions are passed down through generations, and meals provide opportunities for everyone to gather and share their love. In this treasure trove you'll find one hundred delicious dishes that have become Debbie Macomber's staples, some inspired by her novels and others by family and friends, including - Baked Oatmeal--a comforting start to the day, and something Jo Marie would serve her Rose Harbor Inn guests. - Grilled Fish Tacos with Cilantro-Lime Sauce--a perfect date night delight for Nichole and Rocco from A Girl's Guide to Moving On - Gratitude Bread--a wonderful way to express appreciation for the loved ones in your life, a gift that Shay from Any Dream Will Do would bake for her neighbors - Honey-Chipotle Oven-Roasted Ribs--a mouthwatering dish created by Debbie's son-in-law, but Sam Carney from If Not for You would easily whip up a succulent platter for friends - Eggnog Cookies--a sweet treat that Merry would give to Bright in Debbie's Christmas classic - Guinness Pot Pie--a meaty show-stopping sensation that could win the heart of a hero in any of Debbie's books, or the hero in your life You'll also discover Macomber go-to favorites--Roasted Sesame Asparagus, Debbie's Light Clam Chowder, Cookies and Cream Frozen Dessert. And no cookbook would be complete without Debbie's guilty pleasure: seasoned popcorn. Loaded with gorgeous full-color photographs and memorable stories about the author's cherished traditions, Debbie Macomber's Table embraces the idea that food is more than nourishment. It is a blessing that brings family and friends together.

30 review for Debbie Macomber's Table: Sharing the Joy of Cooking with Family and Friends: A Cookbook

  1. 5 out of 5

    Janet

    Very enjoyable cookbook. I have tagged quite a few recipes I want to try from fish tacos to spicy pork chops. Enjoyed the pictures as well. What a beautiful family.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Marianne

    Gorgeous book. All of the recipes sound magnificent and not too complicated like in some cookbooks. My mouth was literally watering while reading it. My only complaint is that there weren't pictures for every recipe. Otherwise...amazing!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jill

    I did not read this word for word, just enough to know that I will put it on my wish list for birthdays, Mother's Day, or Christmas! The recipes seem to be easy to do and ones that my family would like. I just didn't feel I want to copy them.........so I want to purchace my own copy.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Clwseattle

    Anyone who has read my cookbook reviews knows I'm a bit ... particular. I like my recipes all on one page, I hate useless pictures of stuff rather than great pictures of finished products and prefer (read: WANT) measurements in weight rather than volume for baked goods. I've taken issue with good authors capitalizing on their fame by wandering into writing cookbooks. With Debbie Macomber's Table: Sharing the Joy of Cooking with Family and Friends Debbie Macomber has some hits and misses. Like her Anyone who has read my cookbook reviews knows I'm a bit ... particular. I like my recipes all on one page, I hate useless pictures of stuff rather than great pictures of finished products and prefer (read: WANT) measurements in weight rather than volume for baked goods. I've taken issue with good authors capitalizing on their fame by wandering into writing cookbooks. With Debbie Macomber's Table: Sharing the Joy of Cooking with Family and Friends Debbie Macomber has some hits and misses. Like her novels Debbie Macomber's Table: Sharing the Joy of Cooking with Family and Friends is warm and friendly. Debbie added vignettes telling us how/when her characters made some of the recipes and she gives some great hints. The recipe presentations are really well done. My problem with the book is that so many of the recipes are rather pedestrian, easily found elsewhere and often not from scratch, but using pre-made "tube" rolls. I found only 6 recipes I would consider making. I recommend finding Debbie Macomber's Table: Sharing the Joy of Cooking with Family and Friends at your library before you buy it. 3 stars, C+ because... Debbie Macomber!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Marybeth Mank

    This is a wonderful cookbook!!! Ms. Macomber offers easy-to-understand directions as well as tips. The recipes are great for both those who don't cook on a regular basis as well as everyday cooks. Speaking of the recipes, this book is full of delicious ones. They are broken out into different categories to make it easy to find what you're looking for. My favorite one is 'Snow on the Mountain,' featuring a unique blend of ingredients, which as she notes herself, sound like they shouldn't go togeth This is a wonderful cookbook!!! Ms. Macomber offers easy-to-understand directions as well as tips. The recipes are great for both those who don't cook on a regular basis as well as everyday cooks. Speaking of the recipes, this book is full of delicious ones. They are broken out into different categories to make it easy to find what you're looking for. My favorite one is 'Snow on the Mountain,' featuring a unique blend of ingredients, which as she notes herself, sound like they shouldn't go together. I know this recipe as 'Asian Stacks,' and it truly is quite tasty. Ms. Macomber also sprinkles in family pictures as well as stories in this delightful book that will be loved by everyone, especially if you enjoy her novels (which I do!).

  6. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Just ok I love Debbie Macomber's novels and have all her previous two cookbooks, which I absolutely love and have cooked numerous dishes from and count them as my favorites. I thought the recipes in this volume were ok, but I just don't think I will make them. Since I am a Texan I will never make enchiladas with beans in them😳. I know for every dish there's variations and sometimes that's a good thing. Of course her writing and storytelling is stellar, I will continue to peruse her other cookbook Just ok I love Debbie Macomber's novels and have all her previous two cookbooks, which I absolutely love and have cooked numerous dishes from and count them as my favorites. I thought the recipes in this volume were ok, but I just don't think I will make them. Since I am a Texan I will never make enchiladas with beans in them😳. I know for every dish there's variations and sometimes that's a good thing. Of course her writing and storytelling is stellar, I will continue to peruse her other cookbooks.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Heather Bridson

    I love this one! The sweet little comments, the photos and the little notes about the different recipes make this more than a cookbook! The recipes look amazing, and I especially love the before you use this book section. I've never seen a cookbook that explains what is meant when oil, milk, cream and such are mentioned so the cook gets the right ingredients and doesn't mess up the food. One of my favorite cookbooks ever!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    Cookbooks are to be read and enjoyed other than just reading the recipes. Debbie has comments and a story behind each recipe. She relates some of the recipes to her fictional characters. I also like how she listed menus in the back of the book. She also listed "Special Recipe Lists" which suggests recipes for special occasions. This is a very nicely done cookbook. One that I am looking forward to trying many of the recipes.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Nancy

    I checked this out from my library and went through it reading all the recipes and making a list of the recipes I would potentially make. By the last page I had 37 recipes listed and decided I simply needed to order my own copy. With over 300 cookbooks in my house you wouldn’t think I needed another but sometimes i need new inspiration. There is nothing like a hardback cookbook with down to earth recipes and great color photograph.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    YUM!!!! Debbie has it going on!! There were not as many pictures as I would have liked, however, I think that the recipes themselves made up for it. Most of the sounded quite delicious. Some of the recipes required many ingredients, like a whole page full, some of the recipes had many intensive steps. With this being said I loved it all. I would totally buy this book for myself or my mother.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jacqueline Spenger

    When I checked this out at the library I really hoped it wouldn't be one of those cookbooks with ingredients not readily available and and ones you can't even pronounce..let alone know what the heck it is. French and Italian I am not. I loved this cookbook! Such nice recipes that are so homey. I am very glad I checked it out a the library and plan to buy it now.

  12. 5 out of 5

    soreta L myrick

    I enjoyed this and will make lot of the recipes. Just need to decide which one first. I want to try the Taco soup. Also a salad . OHH I love most of them. I am 83 and some I have never tried. Thank you Debbie.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    This book caught my attention because I've enjoyed several of Debbie Macomber's novels. For me, as a cookbook, this fell short. I am a visual person, so a perfect cookbook would have a color photo of the finished dish and plated, accompanying each recipe.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ivy

    As far as cookbooks go this is a good one. It has photos of most of the recipes. This seems to be regular people food, with accessible ingredients. There are little blurbs about the recipes to endear them to you. Over all a great reference.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Linda B

    I found several recipes in this book I would like to try including a different potato salad, an enchilada bake and I don't remember what else, but they all sounded delicious! I also learned more about her family and how important they are to Debbie.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Bianca Braithwaite

    Great cookbook. Lots of good recipes using ingredients that are in most kitchens. Plan on trying some of them. The Lemon Shortbread Bars with Streusel Topping sounds delish!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Terry

    Loved the recipes but would have liked a picture of each dish. Makes me more inspired to try the recipes if I know what it is supposed to look like.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Linnea

    Delicious reading but all comfort food.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Vanessa Holloway

    Good recipes and menu ideas for special occasions.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Debbie Tollefson

    The lemon cupcakes look tempting.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Lovely Loveday

    A lovely cookbook full of personal stories and fun family recipes. I really enjoyed sharing some of the amazing recipes with my family and friends.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kim Bruce Daniel

    Love it & her!!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kirsten

    Sit down at Debbie's table become a part of her family share her recipes LOVE LOVE this collection

  24. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    loved it, bought it and will bake from it!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Greta Cyrus

    awesome!!!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Trish

    Debbie writes wonderful cook books. You can feel the love and joy she has for cooking. Her cook books are real and down to earth.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    No unique recipes. Going to a neighborhood get together and looked for something different. Not in this book.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Deborah Martinez

    Yum! I enjoyed reading more about Debbie's family and traditions. Now to write down all the yummy recipes I want to try.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Sylvia

    I loved this book!! I loved most of the recipes!! I will try some of them!!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Diane

    This is another great cookbook from Debbie. The recipes include everything from breakfast to desserts along with menus for special occasions.

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