Cook & Tell by Karyl Bannister

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If you're a food lover with a secret file of best-loved recipes and you like real food from real kitchens, it's time to meet Karyl Bannister, the creator of America's favorite home-cooking newsletter, COOK & TELL, and her far-flung subscribers.
With a no-nonsense approach, Bannister has chosen her personal favorites and those of her readers. From the elegant to the just plain delicious, COOK & TELL contains recipes for dining duos, fast family suppers, old-fashioned Sunday dinners, holiday celebrations, and more. Filled with folksy anecdotes from Bannister and her COOK & TELL contingent, the book is like an agreeable chat and recipe swap with an old friend.

About Karyl Bannister

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Karyl Bannister, who is always on the prowl for great recipe, has been writing and illustrating the Cook & Tell newsletter for twenty years. She lives in a restored farmhouse on the Maine coast, with her husband, Bob.
Published May 17, 2001 by Rux Martin/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. 400 pages
Genres: Self Help, Cooking. Non-fiction

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