What's for dinner tonight? That's a common question in most households across the country. As we get busier, sometimes it becomes harder for us to plan ahead. This series of "My Favorite Recipes" is a great addition to your Library, where you can either write in or print and paste in, recipes for the things you like most to eat! Each recipe book consists of 150 pages for you to enter your favorite recipes for the type of food you choose. No longer do you have to either surf the net to re-find your recipes, or dig through a bunch of separate cookbooks. "Now where did I put that recipe?" Will no longer be a common phrase heard at your house! These 8" X 10" recipe books are plenty big enough to give you room to write and you'll be able to read your recipes when you are done. Each recipe is broken down into Ingredients, Prep time, Cook time, Oven settings, Pan size, and then there is also room for the general instructions. The books are printed on white paper, in black and white. Get one of these My Favorite Recipe Books for all the types of food you love to cook and eat! It makes a wonderful Christmas gift, as well as for a wedding shower! Buy one for yourself and one for all the people you love!
"Colitis Warrior; A recipe collection" is a practical recipe collection that can be used in the battle of colitis. The book includes healthy lifestyle tips, traps to avoid and quirky tales from a lifelong cooking hobbyist, all woven into a short food memoir.
A selection of odd and unusual recipes from a large collection of clippings and booklets. The recipes date from about 1900 to the 60's, and represent the cooking of middle class, suburban or rural Americans in that period. Reproductions of the original publications and newspaper clippings make this a charming bit of kitchen entertainment.
200 Recipe Pages, Conversion Tables, Quotes and More!!! Make Your Own Cookbook Using This Blank Recipe Book [8 X 10 Inches / Pink, Purple and Orange]
Author: Journal Jungle Publishing
Publisher: Journal Jungle Publishing
My Recipe Book is a blank recipe book with 200 recipes pages to write down all your favorite recipes! It has 20 full page and 180 half-page recipes on a spacious 8 x 10 inch book. This book also offers a handy Table of Recipes to keep your recipes organized along with Measurement Conversion Tables and inspirational cooking quotes for you to read while you cook! This recipe journal features: 200 blank recipes (20 full page and 180 half page) Table of Recipes Measurement Conversion Tables Cooking and food quotes 8 x 10 inches 60 pound (90 gsm) white-colored paper Perfect bound matte softcover (10 pt stock) Ten percent of book sales go towards enabling youth in developing countries to access better educational opportunities. This money is being donated to Build to Learn, an initiative started by The Mindful Word.
Are you a new bride who wants to learn cooking, or are you a well-wisher to a new bride looking for something unique to gift her? ‘A Hundred Red Roses’ is the perfect choice for you! It is a cookbook for a beginner with hundred simple and basic recipes that could be cooked every day in a home. The recipes have been categorized under Breakfast, Lunch box, Everyday Curries, Everyday Poriyals, Sunday Special, Summer Holidays, Makeovers with Leftovers and special occasions like Christmas and Easter. A separate section has been dedicated exclusively to Hobby time – Baking. Dear bride, this cookbook has been written exclusively for you like a gift bouquet of a hundred red roses with the hope and prayer that you will find everlasting love and happiness in your home, family and kitchen!
Every recipe has a story and every story has a secret. For folks in Tatatonka, Iowa, the best recipes in town, and therefore the best secrets, have long been kept in the coveted recipe book of local cooking legend Trudie Melody. When Trudie becomes ill, her granddaughter, successful (at least by Tatatonka standards) garden gnome maker Margot, decides it's no time to be timid and boldly asks for the recipe book. Thinking she's secured the book for herself, Margot's life goes into a tailspin when, after her grandma's death, a crooked probate lawyer determines the book will go to Sheryl, Margot's shrewd first cousin, who needs the book to bail out her flailing career. Margot's only recourse is to sue Sheryl before she can take possession of the treasured book. The courtroom takes on a voyeuristic and carnival-like atmosphere when the Judge rules to have the recipe book read aloud in order to determine the rightful owner
This book contains 219 gourmet recipes culled from well over 1000 that were collected over 40 years by Michael Burwen, an accomplished amateur chef. All of the recipes are easy to make and most are low cost. Although the recipes have roots in many international cuisines, they will all appeal to the average palate and call for ingredients that are readily available in...
Paleo Recipe Book Blank Cookbook with Full Table of Contents Now you can create your own cookbook with a full table of contents just like the pros do. No more flipping through page after page in that little handwritten book you have now. Keep all your recipes in one handy and organized book. Find your favorite recipe on the internet, in a magazine or get it from your friend and then write it down inside. I know, old school right? These books are great for keeping your cherished recipes safe and also make a great gift after you have filled them up or before of course. Now you can create your own personalized cookbook and have numerous different styles to choose from in this collection. Stop pinning, bookmarking or printing off your recipes and use this handy recipe journal starting today! Just scroll up and purchase your copy. Happy Eating!
Focusing on local Texas wineries, the author presents a flavorful tour of food, wine, and dining in the Lone Star State, presenting recipes from wineries in the state and advice for pairing wine and food. Original.
This exciting collection of recipes, ingredients, tools, and preparations celebrates the memorable gatherings hosted by Behnke, the president emeritus of the culinary mecca Sur La Table. Her new work, lavishly illustrated with 125 full-color photos, brings a bounty of tastes from around the world to 140 unique recipes.
The title, How to Eat Good in a Bad Economy, is improper English, but that’s is exactly what I want you to do-Eat Good! We all know that the costs of everything we need are skyrocketing. Gasoline, heating oil, electricity, water, and of course food. However, we still have to eat and we still want it to be good. How to Eat Good in a Bad Economy shows you how. using less expensive cuts of beef, pork, chicken and pasta dishes that burst with big flavor. Using herbs, spices and marinades to bring out and also to add flavor, combined with simple marinating, smoking, and cooking techniques, you’ll soon be serving delicious, wholesome dishes for your family ranging from $3.00 to $12.00. Dishes like smoked marinated top sirloin steak. Restaurant quality pasta dishes for under $5.00. Delicious, melt in your mouth barbecued chicken using 9 ingredients, Including the chicken! Homemade pastas and cheeses. In season vegetable dishes with big flavor. Inexpensive gourmet desserts, and more. Recipes designed to save you thousands of dollars a year. I hope How to Eat Good in a Bad Economy will soon become one of your favorite cookbooks, giving you and your family years of delicious dishes to enjoy and share with their own families someday. In the meantime, Eat Good, Stay Well, and God Bless.