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For cookbook inquires, review copies and more, please use the contact form below by indicating the name of the cookbook and the reason for your request.

To request Yvonne as a speaker for an event, please use the contact form below. Please indicate the name of the organization, the date and the name and phone number of the point of contact. 

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If you are interested in re-publishing an article or recipe from this site or would like Yvonne to develop an original recipe or article for your publication or business, please use this form  so that we may determine your needs as well as the applicable fees. Please indicate the scope of work and estimated timeline.  For cooking-related or household questions please use the Ask Yvonne form to submit your inquiry.

Have a Question About Common Ingredients?

Yvonne has written extensively on things like gelatin, vinegar, cheese and dairy. Please visit those pages for more information?

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  1. Hi there –

    I followed your link from a comment you left on Heidi Swanson’s fantastic website 101 cookbook.

    Anyway, I’m a South African currently based with my Husband, in Iran, and looking at the pic’s on your “Why the Imam Fainted” post – i thought it looked like a traditional Iranian tea setting.

    I’ll be following your site from now on as it looks as your ingredients will be relatively accessible to me there- certainly internet cookbooks are much easier than lugging them around the world and definitely infinitely more accessible in terms of language as I don’t read much more than English & the Germanic based languages..

    Good luck & please keep up the historical / informative commentary related to your recipes – it makes them so much more accessible.


  2. Amanda,
    thanks for visiting all the way from Iran! It’s great to have you and I really appreciate your comments, they are so valuable to me so that I can hopefully continue to improve and give the readers what they are looking for.

    I’ve visited your site, did you see? I love the title of your blog- it’s quite honest and made me chuckle 🙂


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