3 Recipe Books You’ll Love To Read

Have recipe books always adorned your kitchen shelves but you’ve never really used them? Why so? I’ll tell you– because most recipe books in the market are so darned complicated and difficult to understand, that you just don’t feel like using them. You know what – just chuck them all away. These three simple recommendations will set you up well for making lip smacking varieties from around the world.

1. The Good Housekeeping Illustrated Cookbook

The Good Housekeeping Illustrated Cookbook

The Good Housekeeping Illustrated Cookbook

You’ll be good to go for another 5 years with 1400 selected recipes from America’s bestselling ‘The Good Housekeeping Illustrated Cookbook’. I know, I know, you’re thinking that this is kinda old because the first version came out in 1980s. But do you know what that signifies? It’s time tested! Yes ladies, pick this book of American and Continental delicacies and you can never go wrong with the tastebuds. I gifted this book to a friend of mine who recently got married and is a complete beginner to cooking. She loved the book because it goes to the length of explaining each cooking procedure like measuring, grating, slicing, dicing, julienning, beating and so on. She was thrilled!

From sandwiches to juices to desserts to candies, this recipe book will be your haven for just about every cooking item you can possible think of. And I’m pretty sure, you don’t need any more dope about this book since it comes from one of America’s well trusted name ‘Good Housekeeping’, do you?

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