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The New Food Processor Bible: 30th Anniversary Edition PDF Print E-mail

by Norene Gilletz

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The re-issuing and updating of a cookbook, in celebration of its thirty year anniversary, is a testament to both the original book and its author. Especially an author who stays current with culinary trends, listens to the requests and feedback of her readers, and is still very active in the industry. Such a person is Norene Gilletz – author of nine popular cookbooks, culinary spokesperson and consultant, food writer, speaker, recipe developer, owner of her company Gourmania Inc.– and author of the recently published, The New Food Processor Bible: 30th Anniversary Edition.

According to Norene, "The food processor has revolutionized the way we cook and eat", and we agree. From her first introduction to the food processor to present time, this kitchen tool has played a major role in Norene's recipes and cooking habits. Norene published her first food processor cookbook, The Pleasures of Your Processor, in 1980. This bestseller is currently out of print but copies can be found via the internet. Over the years, the food processor evolved, cooking trends and ingredients changed and Norene kept pace. In 2002, she wrote her second food processor cookbook, The Food Processor Bible, which was a revision of her first processor cookbook and reflected the changes in cooking trends that occurred over the intervening years.

 
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