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Betty Crocker The Big Book of Cookies (Betty Crocker Big Book)

Alluring Collection of Cookie Recipes

Cami

Pros: A large variety of cookie recipes to include gluten free. There are lovely photos of every recipe. Great tips section.

Cons: I couldn't find any way to improve this cookbook.

I have to admit that at first I was a little worried about a cookbook put out by Betty Crocker.  After all who is Betty Crocker anyway? My fear was that every recipe would require a box mix to be used.  I am not against boxed mixes; however, that is not what I usually reach for when baking at home.  Perhaps I feel it is a bit like cheating and find myself peeking over my...
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A Fresh Approach to Cooking
A Fresh Approach to Cooking

Fresh and Light

Pros: Visually appealing with beautiful photographs of every recipe.

Cons: No nutrient information provided.

A Cookbook That Grows With Your Family
A Cookbook That Grows With Your Family

Family Cookbook

Pros: Nice photographs of every recipe, Nutrient information, Recipe chooser section

Cons: Picky Eaters section is a page of advice, salt in nutrient information is listed in grams not mg of sodium

A succinct reference for the home cake decorator
A succinct reference for the home cake decorator

Step-by-Step Cake Decorating

Pros: A lot of well photographed and easy to follow directions to a variety of projects

Cons: Specialty ingredients required

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Cooking Up a Business: Lessons from Food Lovers Who Turned Their Passion into a Career -- and How You Can, Too

Cooking Up a Business: Lessons from Food Lovers Who Turned Their Passion into a Career -- and How You Can, Too

“Are you a backyard barbecue warrior with a great sauce you want to try and market?  Maybe your friends tell you that you should sell that granola you give as Christmas gifts, or maybe you've created a new food that meets the needs of a niche market that hasn't been exploited yet.  Well, before you even consider trying to turn your item into a product found in stores across the nation,...” --Pete

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Betty Crocker The Big Book of Cookies (Betty Crocker Big Book)

Betty Crocker The Big Book of Cookies (Betty Crocker Big Book)

“I have to admit that at first I was a little worried about a cookbook put out by Betty Crocker.  After all who is Betty Crocker anyway? My fear was that every recipe would require a box mix to be used.  I am not against boxed mixes; however, that is not what I usually reach for when baking at home.  Perhaps I feel it is a bit like cheating and find myself peeking over my...” --Cami

100% Positive Reviews
Fresh and Light

Fresh and Light

“This was one of the most fun cookbooks I’ve read in a while.  Donna Hay has created a cookbook that will certainly bring a new perspective to your cooking.  She advocates the use of fresh, wholesome ingredients, without pushing a particular “diet.”  With photographs of every recipe, laid out in logically in meal based chapters, such as breakfast, lunch and salads, desserts, etc.,...” --Cami

100% Positive Reviews
Family Cookbook

Family Cookbook

“I was excited to get DK’s newest cookbook Family Cookbook by Caroline Bretherton. Like all the DK cookbooks, it is bursting with vivid food photographs that are sure to catch your attention.  Bretherton herself has been in the food industry for over 20 years and raised a family along the way.  She took her personal experience and shaped it into what she calls her Family Cookbook. ...” --Cami

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Emeril's Cooking with Power: 100 Delicious Recipes Starring Your Slow Cooker, Multi Cooker, Pressure Cooker, and Deep Fryer

Emeril's Cooking with Power: 100 Delicious Recipes Starring Your Slow Cooker, Multi Cooker, Pressure Cooker, and Deep Fryer

“Emeril Lagasse doesn’t hold back anything in his new book Emeril’s Cooking with Power. It is packed full of flavor, butter, heavy cream, and cheese. I can’t forget the cheese! What Emeril has set out to do is create a cookbook that covers a variety of recipes for your slow cooker, multi cooker, pressure cooker and deep fryer.  His intent is for you to dust off your pressure cooker, or...” --Cami

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The French Kitchen Cookbook: Recipes and Lessons from Paris and Provence

The French Kitchen Cookbook: Recipes and Lessons from Paris and Provence

“You may wonder why I would title my book review “Mastering what you love to eat.” However in Patricia Wells’ latest book, The French Kitchen Cookbook, Recipes and Lessons from Paris and Provence, she has a wonderful section in her introduction called “Learning to Cook.” I have to say that in all my classes and studies about cooking, her little tidbit of advice was the best I have ever received....” --Cami

100% Positive Reviews
Cooking Season by Season

Cooking Season by Season

“DK seems to have done it again. They have produced a truly wonderful cookbook. Cooking Season by Season, 1000 recipes to cook through the year by DK has become my current favorite go-to cookbook.  It is a wonderful hard back cookbook brimming with colorful photographs of truly tempting dishes. True to DK fashion the pages are nice and durable.  This cookbook is categorized by seasons,...” --Cami

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Double Delicious: Good, Simple Food for Busy, Complicated Lives

Double Delicious: Good, Simple Food for Busy, Complicated Lives

“With Deceptively Delicious already on my bookshelf I was looking forward to this next installment in Jessica Seinfeld’s cookbook collection.  Double Delicious! Good, Simple Food for Busy, Complicated Lives is Seinfeld’s follow on to Deceptively Delicious.  Being familiar with her first cookbook I already had frozen purees on hand which enabled me to jump right in and start cooking. ...” --Cami

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