Moms of Sensational Kids
I have an ancient cookbook that I use every now and then - but truthfully, I just search for recipes on the internet or at my favorite blogs/sites.
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I collect vintage cookbooks that I read for fun. For cooking, I love Fresh from the Vegetarian Slow Cooker by Robin Robertson, Vegan with a Vengeance by Isa Moskowitz, anything from Moosewood.
Robin in Chicago
Here's a few of my favorites:
The One-Armed Cook
The New Potluck (published by Taste of Home)
The New Slow Cooker (also Taste of Home)
Best Chicken Cookbook (published by Pillsbury)
I'm also a big fan of Taste of Home magazine and their website.
I have a bunch of them. I don't really have a never mind yes I do, I recently got a Chinese cook book, and that by far is my fave. My family loves chinese food.
I agree PSMother, the church and school cookbooks are some of my favorites too. The recipes are usually family favorites. I dug out my son's preschool cookbook and made a recipe last night with a recipe I had submitted. Tonight I'm trying someone elses recipe from the same cookbook. I also like the various Taste of Home magazine cookbooks. I sometimes buy the Pillsbury Classic Cookbooks at the grocery checkout, I have collected a lot of those over the years. I have a few Gooseberry cookbooks I esp. like Welcome Home for the Holidays. This summer I used a lot of recipes from Al Roker's Big Bad Book of Barbecue, very good & easy. Easier than Bobby Flay's Boy gets Grill Cookbook.
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