What's the best cookbook for someone who dislikes cooking but has to feed a family?
The kids have to eat even when you don't feel like cooking. Eating out is too expensive so what do you do and where do you get ideas - fast!
I like the recipes on the Campbells soup cans. They are quick, easy, and edible.
"365 Quick, Easy & Inexpensive Dinner Menus" is a good one. It provides you with a variety of meals that aren't very expesive and are fast to make.
"The Ultimate Cooking with 4 Ingredients" cookbook is another great choice, as it provides more recipes that are easy to make, although this only provides part of a meal.
A good basic cookery book that tells you how to do absolutely everything. Preferably a cookery book that does not have great long lists of ingredients and that tells you how to make simple dishes really tasty.
I have several favourite cookery books that I use time and again. I had many more but got rid of many of the fancy ones because I did not use them.
There are some great cookery recipe sites on the internet.
soup cans are great.. I love Betty c rocker. they have so many different kinds of cook books basic, easy and elegant.
Family Restaurant. If you dislike cooking, a recipe book won't help.
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