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Delish!: The J.W. Jackson Recipes: A Martha's Vineyard Cookbook [Paperback]

Philip R. Craig , Shirley Prada Craig
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5.0 out of 5 stars Martha's Vineyard Cookbook! Nov. 10 2013
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
Somehow I don't think that this is REALLY a Martha's Vineyard cookbook but if you are a fan of the J.W. Jackson series, you will enjoy this book. It's a bit processed for me. I prefer to cook with natural ingredients where this book works in a lot of packaged spices (garlic powder vs garlic cloves for example) but some of the recipes are quite tasty.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Easy Island Cuisine March 12 2007
By Katelyn J. Ballard - Published on Amazon.com
After falling in love with Philip R. Craig's Vineyard mystery series, I decided that a cook book by the same author couldn't be half bad. I've tried several recipes thus far (I received the book as a Christmas gift) and each has turned out wonderfully. The recipes are succinct and easy to follow. The dishes are a varied collection of family favorites and classic island cuisine. Each recipe takes up no more than a page and is made up of ingredients that fairly common, not foreign or difficult to find. I would highly recommend this book to anyone with an interest in cooking and a taste for the Vineyard.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Eating on the Vineyard Oct. 4 2007
By woodsprite - Published on Amazon.com
I really love Philip Craig's Martha's Vineyard series. Each mystery has solid, but laid-back plotting, engaging characters, and lots of atmosphere. I have enjoyed the subtle additions of the recipes from protagonist J.W. Jackson. I was delighted to see recipes from J.W. come out in a stand-alone book. I have had fun playing with them - they're really good! I can't help but comment on the nice influence of Craig's (or his alter ego's)wife! I look forward to each Craig and Jackson offering. They do not disappoint.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A wonderful way to remember Philip R Craig Aug. 7 2008
By M. Herr - Published on Amazon.com
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This book has combined all the recipes from Philip R Craig's books into one wonderful cookbook. I had forgotten about some of the recipes and this cookbook brings them altogether. The side comments with each recipe are helpful as well as amusing. The recipes are excellent. In particular, the Oriental Cole Slaw, Baked Shrimp with Sherry and Garlic and the Sesame Snow Peas. There is a good variety of easy, quick prepare/cook recipes and more complicated recipes. This is not a cookbook with just seafood recipes. It has a variety of salads, seafood, beef and chicken recipes which adults and children will enjoy. For those who have a vegetable garden, there are many recipes in which you can use your homegrown wares. I thoroughly enjoy reading through this book as though it were a novel.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Delish! July 14 2008
By George Libby - Published on Amazon.com
If you like New England cooking and seafood, you'll love this cook book by Philip Craig late author of the Vineyard mystery books!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Delish doesn't even come close! Amazing! Is more like it! Feb. 3 2011
By Lynda Lowman - Published on Amazon.com
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While I've read & enjoyed all of Philip R Craig's books; I've usually tried at least one or two recipes included with each book. And always had good luck. This cook book is amazing! Unlike so many other "celebrity" cookbooks, these are recipes that have actually been used and 'tweaked' and I have yet to get a bad result. The little asides are spot-on. If you love to cook, and enjoy a bit of history with each recipe, you have to buy this book. If you only make one of his recipes, cook up his spaghetti sauce. You can still get the "Bean Supreme" from Dona Flora. I just ordered some & it makes all the difference in the recipe. And the recipe for "Aunt Elsies Pie Crust" is fool-proof! I have been cooking for over 60 years & I found this cookbook to be a revelation!
PS: My only problem is: I live in the Pacific Northwest. Do we have a fish that is similar to Bluefish?
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