Cookbooks

Top 3 Cookbooks You Need To Have On Your Shelf

Top Cookbooks-These 3 cookbooks should be in every kitchen. They are filled with knowledge and tips to help you with your cooking skills.

Top 3 Cookbooks You Need To Have On Your Shelf

These 3 cookbooks should be in every kitchen. They are filled with knowledge and tips to help you with your cooking skills.

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Hello!

If you are new to my site, let me tell you a little secret, I love COOKBOOKS! Ok, you got me it’s not a secret it’s actually an obsession. With there being so many cookbooks available on the Internet, I can see why the referenced books below might have been missed during your search. Due to so much content out there, I thought to myself, I should create a top 3 cookbook list for all of those who are interested.

This brings me to today’s post. I would like to share with you the following works of art that every aspiring cook and/or food attic should have in their library:

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1. The Joy of Cooking– This is an oldie but goodie. It is a kitchen classic that provides thorough details on several everyday recipes. It provides illustrations, step by steps, explanations and a baseline for recipes.

 

screen-shot-2016-10-22-at-4-22-49-pm2. Better Homes and Garden New Cookbook– This is a beginner’s guide. It covers the basics of everything you need to know about cooking. It is like a textbook without the bore. You will be excited going through this learning new things.

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3. The New Best Recipe– What can I say? This book is from the editors of Cooks’ Illustrated. Their recipes are tested, then tested, then tested again to only give us the best recipe for everyday dishes. The icing on the cake is that they give you explanations on why they decided to do what they did for testing the recipes to make them the best.

You might see that all these books have awesome reviews. I would encourage you to pick at least one to add to you collection and add the rest to your wish list especially since there are only 12 weeks until Christmas! Can you believe it?

Do you have a reference cookbook that you can’t live without? Let me know in the comments below. I am always looking for a new cookbook. Thanks for stopping by!!

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2 Comments

  • Reply Tanya 2016/10/26 at 6:43 am

    Well I really need that last cookbook you mention. I have Joy of Cooking. Ordered it off Amazon for 5 bucks! Win win! My very first cookbook was How to Cook Everything by Mark Brittman. Now I have over 100.

    • Reply Dionne 2016/11/02 at 3:45 am

      I have not purchased How to Cook Everything by Mark Brittman. It is on my list since I enjoyed it while I checked it out from the library. I do not know how many cookbooks I have. I should count them but then again I do not know if I want to know LOL. Let me know of any other good ones you enjoy as you collect them 🙂

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