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  • stacey79
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    Hi, Kimmo. No Round Table recipes are in the book. I just checked. It says that it's from e-cookbooks.net. It's called "The Insider's Recipes Master Edition." I don't know if that helps.

    I think it's an electronic cookbook that's made its rounds in e-mail. I'm thinking legitimately so. If not, it is good marketing, because now I will have to check out that WEb site for other cookbooks. (I quite enjoy cookbooks for some reason!)

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  • kimmo
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    Sounds like a great resource! Was wanting to try the chicken and garlic pizza from round table (without the onion and tomato of course!) What was the name, maybe I can buy at a book store....

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  • leelee88
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    Hey Stacey I pmd you

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  • stacey79
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    Unfortunately, it does have names on it for some things. However, if you'd like to PM me your e-mail address, I could e-mail it to you, if that's OK.

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  • ICNDonna
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    We have to be very careful with copyrighted information for legal reasons.

    Donna

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  • leelee88
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    I would like to see this to... you should be able to post it as long as there is no names on it...

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  • Janvier2
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    I would like to see it.

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  • stacey79
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    Restaurant ingredients

    I got an e-mail yesterday from a friend that has a cookbook for various restaurant recipes. It has a ton of interesting stuff in it. For me (and other ICers), I think it's most helpful to know ingredients that are in things.

    The book came as an attached PDF file. If it's OK to post here, I will do that. It does include the cover with the copyright information and the author's name. However, in the meantime, if anyone has any questions about whether problem ingredients are in some premade and restaurant foods, I'd be glad to let you know.

    For example, I realized why I do OK with Hidden Valley Ranch dressing. The only vinegar in it comes from a bit of mayo. And I found that regular Hellman's mayo has less vinegar than Miracle Whip (for those days when I want to take Prelief and treat myself!).

    And if it's OK to go ahead and post, I will do so.
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