Deen may have been known to most laypeople as a television chef and cookbook author.
The cookbook was published in Poland late last year and has been a huge success there.
cookbook The pizza dough from A16 by Nate Appleman is brilliant for pies at home.
cookbook This is the encyclopedia of gastronomy—a classic text on the art of French cuisine.
She has three kids and wrote a cookbook—with her husband, who owns Chef Geoff and other D.C. restaurants--on baby food.
"Some of it might come out of a cookbook," said Betty demurely.
Suddenly Rebecca Mary was on her feet, waving the cookbook jubilantly.
She made a new kind of pudding out of the cookbook and it turned out well.
The most hampering circumstance was the cookbook itself, which she was driven to use in her new undertaking.
Really all you need to know how to cook is a cookbook and intelligence.
Routine; mechanical; unimaginative: All he did was adopt the cookbook solution (1970s+)
(From amateur electronics and radio) A book of small code segments that the reader can use to do various magic things in programs.
One current example is the "PostScript Language Tutorial and Cookbook" by Adobe Systems, Inc (Addison-Wesley, ISBN 0-201-10179-3), also known as the Blue Book which has recipes for things like wrapping text around arbitrary curves and making 3D fonts.
Cookbooks, slavishly followed, can lead one into voodoo programming, but are useful for hackers trying to monkey up small programs in unknown languages. This function is analogous to the role of phrasebooks in human languages.