I love to cook and bake. I love being in the kitchen and making something delicious from scratch. There have always been those basic cookbooks to work from; then there are the specialty cookbooks that are so much fun. Then, there are those specialty magazines that come out in the fall and winter holidays: Fall Baking, Holiday Baking, Christmas Cookies from Better Homes & Gardens and Taste of Home. So yummy! Great if you want to indulge a bit!
Is ten too many cookbooks for one to have? The fact that this is the Top Ten implies that I have more. Yes, I have more, but not that many more. Probably.
How many, and which ones, do you use on a regular basis?
-Better Homes & Gardens New Cookbook, 14th Edition (2006)
-Betty Crocker New Edition (2005)
-The New Basics Cookbook, Julie Russo & Sheila Lukins (1989)
-Not Your Mother's Slow Cooker Cookbook, Beth Hensperger (2004)
-Make It Fast, Cook It Slow, Stephanie O' Dea (2009)
-Spanish Cooking, Parragon Books (2004)
-How To Cook Everything Vegetarian, Mark Bittman (2007)
-Wildly Affordable Organic, Linda Watson (2011)
-Better Homes & Gardens New Cookbook, 9th Edition (1981)
-Anjum's Eat Right For Your Body Type: the Super-Healthy Detox Diet Inspired by Ayurveda, Anjum Anand (2011)