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Stephanie Ashcraft, author of the original 101 Things To Do With A Cake Mix, has taught cooking classes based on the tips and meals in her cookbooks for almost twenty years. She lives in Tucson, Arizona.

Donna Kelly is the author of several cookbooks, including French Toast, 101 Things To Do With a Tortilla, 101 Things To Do With Chicken, 101 Things To Do With Tofu, 101 Things To Do with Canned Soup, and 101 Things To Do With a Toaster Oven. She lives in Provo, Utah.

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55 of 55 people found the following review helpful
The best of all worlds. March 31 2005
By Rose Duperre - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Spiral-bound
There's something for everyone in here! If you're a lover of Mexican food, you'll find dozens of simple, delicious, and authentic recipes. "Mom's White Enchiladas" is already an all-time favorite of mine. If you're looking for Mexican-influenced dishes with a extra twist, you'll find all kinds of wonderfully inventive hybrids, like the "Tex-Mex Meat Loaf" or the "Southwest Lasagna". And if you're looking for something completely different to do with tortillas, stepping out of the Mexican territory, you'll find the most creative (and tasty) ideas for snacks, appetizers, even desserts - you name it, they've got it. It even includes kid-friendly fare, and it's quite vegetarian-friendly as well.

This is also, by far, one of the most practical cookbooks I've ever used. From the Helpful Hints at the very beginning, to the clear and concise directions throughout all the recipes - even the spiral binding (hey, it makes a big difference, being able to lay it flat) and plastic cover; they all add up to make this an easy and essential addition to your cookbook shelf.
22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
a MUST for celiacs March 2 2010
By S. Hluchy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Spiral-bound
i am gluten intolerant, so i cannot use "normal" bread, and gluten-free bread is expensive. so from the beginning i decided to replace bread with corn tortillas.

i have just received this cookbook today, and i already love it! i am so excited to try out the "strawberry margarita squares"! this cookbook is excactly what i wanted--a cookbook that contains recipes which are easy to convert to gluten free (corn tortilla instead of flour tortilla, for the most part) easy to do, and gives good alternatives to gluten-laden foods that i miss.

and it's spiral-bound!

to address some complaints others had (ahem): true, these recipes are not authentic mexican--they are tex-mex at best--but see this: the title is "101 things to do with a tortilla" not "101 authentic mexican recipes to make with a tortilla". and about the fact that this cookbook does not include a recipe for tortillas....how many people do you know that make their own tortillas? a quick search on Bing will bring many results, and on every corn masa package is a recipe for corn tortillas.

i recommend this cookbook to any and everyone, most of all to celiacs and gluten-intolerants that want to replace bread.
22 of 25 people found the following review helpful
The Hectic Cook's Best Friend Jan. 15 2007
By Senior Viking - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Spiral-bound
As an ocean going chef the "101" cookbook series is the chef/cook's best friend. I found a collection of these very handy cookbooks on my last ship and I knew I had to have my own copies. The ship was short handed and it ran out of basic cooking & baking supplies. These cookbooks gave excellent and simple meal preperation ideas with the few supplies & staff we did have. It's all common sense but these ladies take the brain damage out of meal planning. Most importantly, the crew was always satisfied. I'd recommend the series for the beginning cook or one that is short on time.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Incorrect advertising Sept. 13 2012
By Kathy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Spiral-bound Verified Purchase
This book is advertised that it would be a good cookbook to go along with the tortilla shell pans that I ordered. It doesn't, as it's all regular and roll-up type tortilla recipes.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Worth the money Oct. 19 2012
By momsf150toy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Spiral-bound Verified Purchase
Awesome book for the price, if you like tortila shells. There are several catagories of recipes of which to choose. Most ingredients are things normally kept on hand. Have made several recipes and haven't been disappoint.


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