March 27, 2014

Tasty Tuesday – Cookbooks Galore

Apr26

cookbooks on shelves opt What’s Your Favorite Cookbook?

Last year, I remember enjoying the responses on my post, “What’s your Favorite Cookbook?”  This was where I admitted that collecting cookbooks was a definitely downfall of mine. It still is, and the sad part is that it never even crossed my mind to sell some of those at my spontaneous yard sale last week. I definitely should have done just that to make room for a few of these fabulous $5 Taste of Home cookbooks.

Honestly, I now receive so much recipe inspiration from Tasty Tuesday I don’t need all these cookbooks, but there’s still something wonderful about laying in bed leafing through recipes that I love. (Now, if I would stop leafing, and actually make the recipes. ;))

Taste of Home does this sale only once or twice a year, and some of the cookbooks are up to 80% off. I thought my fellow food lovers would appreciate this heads up for upcoming weddings, showers and birthdays, these make some wonderful gifts. This Taste of Home $5 Cookbook sale ends  5-2-11

For years, I subscribed to Taste of Home and recently stopped my subscription, so this is a fun way to have many of these recipes in one spot.

Do you subscribe to any “Foodie” or Recipe type magazines that you might recommend?

TastyTuesday200pix Tasty Tuesday Parade of Foods

Simple Rules for Tasty Tuesday Parade of Foods –  As always, please link directly to your recipe post and not your blog URL, so that everyone can find the recipe months from now.

Also, link back here so that everyone can join in the fun, it’s just common courtesy of blog carnivals. Please do not link up a recipe meme that you have started. Thanks for your understanding.

(I used an affiliate link with Taste of Home.)


Comments

  1. I love cookbooks. As I shared in the post I linked today, I remember looking at cookbooks while my Mamo napped on the sofa when I was a kid. I still love looking through the pages of a cookbook and getting inspired to cook.

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  2. I love love love looking through cookbooks! I had to force myself not to buy more. But I also have a problem with tearing out recipes from my magazines so now I have TONS of recipes and will never be able to try them all – LOL! But some of my fave recipes have been found in Better Homes & Gardens (not your typical foodie magazine) and then I do love the recipes in the Cooking Light magazines. Thanks for hosting Jen!

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  3. I love Taste of Home but like Quick Cooking so much more! I found some at our local library one day – they were 10 cents each! Gold MINE! I love those kind of deals! :)

    Blessings,
    Lana @ ilovemy5kids

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  4. I love to look at cookbooks, but I rarely use the recipes as they are written. Latley, I have become hooked on allrecipes.com and other websites like that. You get to look at new recipes for free! :) I like the free part.

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  5. Oh I love cookbooks, and I definitely have the same problem you do with collecting them! Thank you for hosting Tasty Tuesday!

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  6. Hi,
    I shared my GF Coconut Banana Blueberry Bars with a video and an article about treating acne with diet. I hope you like them!

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  7. I love cookbooks and cooking magazines … I just have to remember that the magazines accumulate so quickly! They sell GREAT though at yard sales (I sell 25 to 50 cents each) … currently receiving FoodTV (gift from neighbor), Rachel Ray, Everyday Food and Bon Appetit. NONE of those would I pay full price for and honestly, I think they repeat recipes? Oh well, love to look at the pretty pictures! :)

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  8. I like Cooking Light magazine. I often find a lot in there. The others, I don’t seem to find much. I love to look at cookbooks and magazines when I am watching TV online. Multitasking!

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  9. I like Alton Brown’s cookbooks, but really, these days, I usually use food blogs for ideas. :)

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  10. I subscribe to Taste of Home, and I get the Food Network magazine on my Nook. However, like a previous reader said, I get many more ideas these days from reading blogs! Thanks for hosting the linky party!

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  11. I recently picked up Jamie Oliver’s new cookbook from the library. It was filled with simple recipes make with pantry items – no boxes or canned soups. Sometimes I get in a rut and just reading a cookbook can spur on my culinary imagination.

    Thanks for hosting this each week!

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  12. I like getting cookbooks from the library, then I just copy anything that’s worth keeping and put it in my recipe binder. I also get Taste of Home magazine and a few others.

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  13. Thanks for hosting! One shelf in my pantry is dedicated to my cookbook collection, but I also keep recipes I’ve printed (like ones I find here) in a cute green binder on my kitchen counter. One last place I keep my recipes is in a file on my computer. As far as food magazines go, we’ve subscribed to Bon Appetit for the past few years and have found much inspiration there! Blessings! ~Lisa

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  14. I love the Rachel Ray mag. Here recipes are simple and easy to customize.

    Thanks for hosting the linky! I’m sharing two recipes again this week.

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  15. Living Without is an essential magazine for anyone with dietary needs!

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  16. Thanks a lot for hosting.I shared my Camaron Rebosado and Sweet Sour Pork

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  17. I just purchased 3 last night! I got the slower cooker ones for 2009 & 2010 and the one book that had quick recipes from mixes. I need the super easy recipes!

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  18. <3 Betty Crockers! It's my go to! Love, Traci @ Ordinary Inspirations

    http://ordinaryinspirations.blogspot.com/2011/04/eclair-cake.html

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  19. I subscribe to Southern Living and Real Simple magazines pretty much just for the food sections. I used to also get Bon Appetit, but I canceled my subscription because the magazine was getting a little too “snooty” for me. Now I just stalk their website for new recipes.

    I can’t believe it, but I don’t actually have a recipe to share this week. But thanks for hosting, as always!

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  20. I don’t bookmark sites but i will bookmark this! LOL! You can contact me by sending mail to info@ http:/cookersdoubleoven.com

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  21. I like Martha Stewart’s Everyday Food magazine. It’s pocket sized and it has lots of excellent recipes. Unlike her other magazine this one is filled with recipes using common ingredients. LOL!

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  22. I can’t get enough of looking at cookbooks! I’m also a huge fan of Simple & Delicious Magazine. (My grandma subscribes all of her grandaughters to it – isn’t that sweet?!) Of all the recipes that I’ve tried from Simple & Delicious, I can’t think of one that I didn’t want to make again & again. I have to say too that I LOVE your linky party on Tasty Tuesday – I get so many ideas here :) Thank you!!

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  23. Cookbooks are my downfall when I shop at Costco. I have been resisting this last few months though- good thing because I am out of space!
    I am sharing my recipe for Strawberry Pudding. it is really healthy because it is just pureed strawberries, gelatin and a little bit of sugar.
    Thanks for hosting!

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  24. Hey there! Love your blog- I just found it through another person mentioning Tasty Tuesday! I just linked up my saffron seafood paella. What a great idea! So glad I found your site! Will be back often! XO
    jessica

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  25. I love Cooking Light magazine! I find several new recipes each month to try. Many of my family’s favoriate meals originally came from one of the magazines. I love that every recipe provides detailed nutritional information, which is a huge help for Weight Watchers followers. I also like that they often take common recipes and offer a realistic alternative that cuts down on the fat and sugar, but maintains all of the flavor.

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