WIP Part 1 - done! Again, this is only part 1. The rest of it will be coming out shortly (read that as: ‘at least 2 - 3 more parts). This first set includes the following cookbooks: 1.Nopi 2. Fine Cooking 3. Bloody Good Baking (obviously, from the UK) 4. Sweet & Simple Gluten-Free Baking 5. Fifty Shades of Chicken (Clearly, the author has never seen a chicken coop) 6. Miette 7. Saveur 8. Cook’s 9. One Bowl Baking (this will never happen in my kitchen) 10. Egg Shop 11. Inspiralize Everything (my grandchild does this without a book) 12. Quay 13. Occidental Arts & Ecology Center Cookbook 14. Sugarbaby 15. Love & Lemons 16. French Market Cookbook (it’s written in English) 17. First Mess 18. Modern Caribbean Flavors 19. The Yellow Table 20. Make Friends With Cupcakes 21. Fannie Farmer Cookbook 22. Betty Crocker Cookbook 23. Sunset Mexican Cookbook (this is also written in English) 24. The Original Slow Cooker Cookbook 25. The Blossom Cookbook 26. The Essential New York Times Cookbook 27. Bite Me 28. The Testicle Cookbook: Cooking With Balls (yes, this is a real cookbook) 29. Pyromaniac’s Cookbook (yes, this is also a real cookbook) 30. Food Swings 31. Quick-Fix Cooking With Road Kill (not only is this real, the recipes are amazing) 32. The Star Wars Cookbook: Wookie Cookies 33. The Food Lab (science nerds in the kitchen) 34. Sous Vide At Home 35. Modernist Cuisine 36. The Kitchen Matrix (physics nerds in the kitchen) 37. Around The Fire 38. Vineyard Cookbook 39. The Happy Herbivore (for vegans, vegetarians….and rabbits) 40. Eat Well: Be Well 41. Canning 42. Batch 43. The Modern Arkansas Table 44. Modernist Cuisine: Vol 2 45. Canning 101 46. Bubbe & Me 47. The Modern Mediterranean Table 48. The Modern Caveman’s Cookbook 49. Brown Betty 50. Candle 79 (I couldn’t find the first 78, but apparently they’re somewhere) 51. Sweet Spot 52. The Chinese Cookbook (also written in English)
Millwood, outside of South Port, originally where lumber was milled. Small community where everyone knows about everyone, mostly blue-collared workers, with a farmer or two. They boast a good park system with quality locally-owned shops as well.