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    Cookbooks?

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    Does anyone know of a good cookbook for beginners? Ones that have all of the basic recipes...

    I'm trying to learn.. all i can cook is spagetti and desserts lol.. poor dh!
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    i couldn't get by without this cookbook:


    Better Homes and Gardens CookBook

    it's got just about everything in it!

    also, i love the Taste of Home magazines. they have Taste of Home, Simple and Delicious, Cooking for Two, and more. i subscribe to all of them. they have really great recipes. i subscribe to the everyday food magazines, too, but Taste of Home magazines are better.

    my weakness is the little books you see at the checkstand at the grocery store. i buy those like crazy. and i actually do use them quite often. they usually have really great recipes.

    have fun!!
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    I have all kinds of cook books LOL. I get the Pillsbury ones at the check out stand at the Commissary. Dh has bought me all of Rachael Ray cookbooks and I just bought her magazine to...
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    ps: Taste of Home: http://tasteofhome.com/Default.aspx?r_d=y

    Cooking for 2: http://www.cookingfor2.com/

    Simple & Delicious: http://www.bestsimplerecipes.com/Default.aspx?r_d=y

    and there's another one that i haven't tried out yet but i'm sure it's great too.
    Light & Tasty: http://www.lightandtasty.com/Default.aspx?r_d=y
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    hahaha you should see my cookbook shelves. they are jam packed!! mostly with the little betty crocker type books.

    i love rachael ray! are the books good? i was thinking of buying them, and the giada delaurentis one
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    i have two that are really good. one is called Busy Womans Cookbook, 3 & 4 Ingredient Recipes. and the other is called The Complete Idiots Guide to Cooking Basics (2nd edition)
    i got them both at yard sales and i like them
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    thanks for the sugguestions girls!!
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    i just feel so bad for dh not having home cooked meals lol (his mom went to culinary school) so he was well spoiled in that department growing up and here i am making hamburger helper and spagetti
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    i love the busy womans cookbook. its great
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