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By Christina Collins

Ina Garten is my hero in the kitchen and all of her ‘Barefoot Contessa’ recipe books are, in my opinion, flawless. I often give them as gifts and mark off my favorite recipes!

Ina Garten tests her recipes over and over. Then, she sits and watches other people follow the recipes and if she notices that one of her instructions wasn’t clear, she re-writes the recipe. I think that is truly caring about her fans and going the extra step to ensure that the recipes she is suppling to us will come out perfect. In addition, every recipe has a picture and I am inspired by the photographs so, Thank you Ina!

  • Barefoot Contessa Back to Basics
  • Barefoot Contessa at Home
  • Barefoot in Paris
  • Barefoot Contessa Family Style
  • Barefoot Contessa Parties!
  • The Barefoot Contessa Cookbook
  • Barefoot Contessa How Easy is That?

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