I'm not really one to use cook books, I kinda just experiment... But the one cook book I do love is "like grandma used to make"... It gets a work out!
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27-05-2012 11:26 #21
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I like bestrecipes.com Taste.com can have some pretty crappy recipes. Best thing is to read the reviews, people give good tips if the recipe didn't really work.
My favourite cookbook is Nigella Express, just practical easy dinners. Her double chocolate chip cookies are devine! She has a good website with all her recipes there. I love Nigella
I've been wanting that cookbook for ages (the cooks companion) and you reminded me about it again. The other one I use a lot is my Jenny Craig and csiro cookbooks. Nothing fancy, just simple healthy dinners.
27-05-2012 11:31 #24
My Jamie Oliver books - I have heaps and refer to them a lot.
The Cook's Companion - Stephanie Alexander
The Essentials of Japanese Cooking - Tokiko Suzuki
My Nigella books.
I have like over 100 cookbooks though. I love them.
27-05-2012 11:40 #25
Hmmmm foooood! Lol
Most used would be the
- 4 ingredients cookbooks #1 & #2
- 500 cookies by Philippa Vanstone
- At My Table and all the Simple cookbook range by Donna Hay
I also trawl through taste.com, donnahay.com and allrecipes.com at least a couple of times a week
27-05-2012 12:19 #26
Oh, and one more cookbook I love - "Woman's Weekly The Country Table". Really old fashioned recipes, but I haven't had a dud from it yet.
27-05-2012 12:38 #27
I got given the Aldi one for mothers day. The one where all the ingredients are only from aldi... I like it. I have made a few things from it and not just used aldi ingredients but what i have got in my cupboard...
27-05-2012 12:47 #28
At the risk of sounding like my Mum, I'd say my most used cookbook is my Margaret Fulton and then the baby book and then the slow cooker book. Not very adventurous food in my house at the moment, children are on some kind of painful eating phase!
27-05-2012 21:02 #29
Speaking of Heston, I did his roast chicken and also his chicken stock. The roast was amazing, so unbelievably juicy. And the stock is yummy, made some delicious meals for DD using it and she loves it. Also made a veggie soup using it and my fussy DS ate a whole bowl of it - two nights in a row! I love trying new recipes.
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