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Nana's Recipes is featured in this book:

Eater's Digest: 400 Delectable Readings about Food and Drink
By Lorraine Bodger


Americans are as crazy about food as they are about trivia, and Eater's Digest is a deliciously unique and playful book that addresses both of these passions with a practical and quirky array of flavorful folklore and facts. Have you ever wondered what astronauts dine on in space or how Sumo wrestlers achieve their beefy physiques? Do you know the 10 best Web sites for buying kitchen supplies, the 8 most hated kitchen chores, the 5 hottest peppers, or 15 fun and fascinating food web sites (Nana's Recipes is in this list!)?

Eater's Digest is filled with fascinating and hilarious tidbits to savor and share. Readers are sure to find it the most fun they can have without ever gaining a pound. Lorraine Bodger is an award-winning author and illustrator of 11 cookbooks and 7 books of lists. The book was published in April 2006. Order Eater's Digest from Amazon.


The Sacramento Bee (California's 3rd largest newspaper) ran a feature story about Nana's Recipes in their Wednesday, February 5th, 2003 food section.

Nana gives a big 'thank you' to Sacramento Bee Food Editor, Gwen Schoen.

Go here to see a larger image of the article.


Site featured in a Chocolate Cookie feature story on WYFF Channel 4 TV Web site, February 13, 2001.


iChef "Recipe of the Week"
iChef.com

Stuffed Chicken Breast March 10, 2002
Hash Brown Pizza September 27, 2001
Batter Dipped Chicken August 20, 2001
French Breakfast Puffs August 5, 2001
Sweet and Sour Pork July 7, 2001
Stuffed Chicken Breasts
May 7, 2001
Twice-Baked Potatoes
March 11, 2001
Cream Puffs
February 13, 2001
Oven Barbecued Chicken
October 23, 2000
Pumpkin Pie
October 9, 2000
Bow Tie Pasta A La Vicki
September 2, 2000
Layered Enchilada Pie
August 20, 2000



Award from Hub-UK March 2001

Featured Recipe of the Week:
Chicken Breast Parmesan
Chicken Breasts with Artichoke Hearts
Baked Chicken Sandwich
Shrimp Dip
Monterey Clam Chowder


Becky's Cookbook
Recipe Site of the Week
January 28, 2001

This is just the cutest site. You can enjoy a "real audio" greeting and great photography with "mouthwatering pictures" of just plain good old down home cookin'.

There's also a very nice "how to" section with step by step pictures, and to make it all more appetizing...her specialty is "chocolate"!!! ;~)



Food & Cooking Site of the Week
November 1, 2000 Issue #32:

I fell in love with Nana as soon as I saw her picture. After browsing her site, I loved her more! OMG! Recipes to die for, tips and tricks to pass down through generations and an awesome collection of dessert recipes ... what more could a person forced to cook ask for? ;-)

On Nana's main dish pages, you will find recipes for Hash Brown Pizza, Spaghetti Pie, Pasta and Shrimp Alfredo and many more traditional recipes such as Baked Pork Chops, Stuffed Chicken Breasts and Batter-Dipped Chicken. All Nana's recipes are easy to understand with comprehensive lists of ingredients.

On the dessert pages, there are cake recipes separated into "chocolate and not," some super cookie recipes, pie recipes and a candy page with nary a mention of a candy thermometer. I like that in a candy recipe!

Some of the more challenging recipes have links to Nana's "How To" page that will give you detailed instructions and pictures. Betty Crocker has nothing on Nana!

Bon Appetit!



Everyday Cooking With a Flair
by Karen Potter
In BRIEFME weekly e-zine on February 1, 2000 in the Food & Cooking section:

Visiting Nana's is a special treat. This is a general cooking site with lots of recipes for everyday cooking. The recipes use basic everyday ingredients to create exciting meals. The Pretzel Salad, which calls for Cool Whip, strawberries, and of course pretzels, is far from the everyday salad!

I found the Hash Brown Pizza a very interesting way to serve hash browns, as the potatoes are used as the crust and all your favorites get piled on top. This is a recipe that can be used for breakfast, lunch, and dinner! The Baked Potato soup sounds like a great way to make potato soup and a good way to get rid of leftover baked potatoes.

Whatever your everyday favorites are, you will probably find a creative new way to serve them by visiting this site.



Featured "Recipe Site of the Week" by Epicurean.com, August 23 - August 29, 1999

Recipe featured in the July 1999 issue of Chocholic.com

Nana received 2 awards from Tudocs

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