Here, you can find the cookbooks that I’ve used. As I discover more cookbooks, I’ll list them here. Some of them may have a link, which will lead you to a review of the cookbook.
- Baking: From My Home To Yours by Dorie Greenspan. I liked it, and it’s one I want to add to my collection.
- Everyday Italian by Giada De Laurentiis. I liked it, based on flipping through it, and the couple recipes I made. I wished I had more time with it, to get a better of idea of the recipes, but I wasn’t able to renew it. I may have to check it out again.
- Giada’s Family Dinners by Giada De Laurentiis. Another one I liked, but as with Everyday Italian, I wasn’t able to renew it, so I might have to check this one out again.
- The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook by Dinah Bucholz: I’m not sure how good a lot of the recipes are, but the sugar cookies I made were pretty good. The only downside is the lack of pictures, but otherwise, it is full of recipes that Harry Potter fans will love!
- Jamba Juice Power by Kirk Perron. I own this one, and it’s more of a lifestyle book with a bunch of recipes added at the end. I had a lot of issues with the book, but as I don’t have a blender, I can’t make any smoothies. I’m including it in the cookbook section because I felt like it was enough of a cookbook to be in this section.
- The Joy Of Cooking. I found the size to be slightly overwhelming, and I’m not sure that the things I liked outweigh everything I didn’t like about the book. I’m glad I checked it out from the library, because I’m not sure if it’s something I’d buy.
- Veggie Meals by Rachael Ray. I’ve made a few recipes from it, and it’s one I like to go back to every once in a while. I’m really glad I bought this one.