My grilling cookbook.Because I love food cooked in coals! With my grilling cookbook I discover lots of flavourful recipes.
My mother-in-law gave me one when my wife and I first got married. It's an old Lousiana cookbook, chock full of stuff that can make your cholesterol go through the roof. There's even a recipe for how to cook 'gator. Personally, I'll stick with the hush puppies. :-)
'The home book of Indian cookert' by Sipra Das Gupta. Many great recipes in an easy to follow style, with happy memories attached to several of the dishes.
I searched for this one and it is available on-line. Would recommend for anyone who loves authentic Indian food.
Out of thirty or forty cookbooks in the house, I keep only two on a table in the kitchen: Larousse "Gastronomique," and Edouard de Pomiane "French Cooking in Ten Minutes." Between them, you need never eat poorly.
I asked this question because I pulled out an old favorite tonight that I kind of forgot about. It's Mediterranean Light by Martha Rose Shulman. I like it because it's veggie- and whole foods heavy while including healthy recipes for meat dishes. When I have a lot of something in my garden, whether it's swiss chard or eggplant, I can find several ways to cook it in Mediterranean Light.
But I have to say, Hubpages is quickly becoming a favorite, too!
A cookbook called "Talk About Good." It's all about southern and Cajun food. I live in New Orleans, so I love cooking the food of the culture here. If you love southern food, this is the cookbook Bible you need. Seriously.
the first is often the best - my favourite is "Not Just a Load of Old Lentils" by Rose Elliot, the first vegetarian cookbook that I bought when I left home and became a vegetarian nearly 30 years ago. It contains my favourite recipes for nut roast and banana bread!
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by Jai Warren8 years ago
Will food sites on the Web replace cookbooks?
by Deborah Neyens6 years ago
Do you cook without a cookbook? How do you do it?
by J Burgraff8 years ago
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by Mark McClean5 years ago
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