I haven’t bought a new cookbook in quite some time and was looking for some suggestions. What are your favorite cookbooks?
Here’s some of mine from my collection:
The Joy of Cooking – The most handy and practical cookbook I own and a great gift for any cook.
The Good Home Cookbook – One of my newer finds. Good, ol’ American food.
Betty Crocker Cookbook (One day my mother will let me have her original copy! Or I’ll just have to get on ebay.) This is the book I learned from. I was making the chocolate chip cookies when I was barely tall enough to reach the counter.
Dom Deluise’s Eat This…It’ll Make You Feel Better – Yes, laugh if you must, but I loved this cookbook when my mother got it when I was a teen. It taught me how to make the Italian dishes I didn’t know how to make. I still use his biscotti recipe.
Around the Table: Easy Menus for Cozy Entertaining – A bridal shower gift from my cousin/maid of honor. Offers some good, home cooking based on types of events. Yes, there is a recipe in there for franks and beans but there are more advanced ones as well!
Breakfast in Bed – Found this at Pier One many years ago and purchased it for my best friend Melissa. Liked it so much, purchased my own! We both continue to use it on a regular basis.
So let me know what are some of your great finds and maybe I’ll end up purchasing them! Thanks!