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   The best kitchen encyclopedia ever!

Title: 20,001 Food Facts, Chef Secrets and Household Hints

Author: Dr. Myles H. Bader

Publisher: Bader Publishing; LLC (2004)

Genre: How To

Paperback; 710pp



Rating: Highly Recommended


November 24, 2004


This 2004 edition reads like an almanac of many different food facts, household hints, and chef secrets. The topics range from holiday foods to stain removal. This manual is filled with so many helpful hints that I am certain even the worst of homemakers can find something useful!


Not only is there information on which oils are best for what purpose, but this book also differentiates floors, teas, dairy products, beers, wines, and vinegars, as well as a host of other household items.


I particularly enjoyed the section on making stocks, freezing and refrigerating tips, and sauces, in addition to the recipes throughout the book.


This manual could easily be deemed the kitchen encyclopedia for it is filled with knowledgeable tips for all types of cooks: from those that can’t boil a cup of water to master chefs. Bonus features include: information on free catalogs and food samples.


Reviewed by Juanita Reynolds

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