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Cooking for a Delicious Life: A Lauren Groveman Kitchen Instructional Video Series

Aprons for Real Life with Matching Towels
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I Love to Cook: A Lauren Groveman Kitchen Cookbook
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Lauren Groveman's Kitchen Cookbook
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Comments (2)


  1. are you on tv. saw you once and just loved your show now i havent seen you since.

    Comment by eileen newton — January 9, 2012 @ 10:53 pm

  2. Hi Lauren:

    the holidays are approaching and i am determined to bake my own pie and turkey and to use my LeCreuset 5.5 and 7.5 pots for stew. Oh and i have to give making pot pies a try and freezing them for the week too! Pretty ambitious huh?

    If you have a moment i have some random questions for you:

    What is the secret to cooking with Le Creuset enameled cast iron without having anything stick to it?

    Could you recommend a gluten free flour and/ or pastry flour for pie shells ,or, general baking needs, that taste delicious?

    Have you ever used any dairy substitutes for eggs, and milk with any success, in baking?

    Thanks so much!

    Comment by Leona Bridgeforth — November 7, 2014 @ 8:49 pm

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