Cookbooks For Your Foodie Friends
Nothing says love like giving your foodie friends a good cookbook filled with new recipes for them to test out and find inspiration. After all, Julie Powell found her fame just by cooking one dish each day from Julia Child’s cookbook. You never know what a simple gift could lead to! We’ve rounded up our favorite new cookbooks that any foodie will want.
Fix-It and Forget-it New Cookbook: 250 New Delicious Slow Cooker Recipes
The title of this book says it all! No one wants to be cooking all night long when everyone else is having a good time chatting away. This cookbook has great slow cooker recipes that you can prepare that morning, and completely forget about until you are ready to eat! (Amazon, $15)
My Year In Meals
If you know what Rachel Ray can do in “30 Minutes Or Less” think about what she can do with all the time she can get. Get an inside look of Rachel Ray’s kitchen behind close doors where she offers hundreds of homemade recipes that she enjoys cooking for her family on a nightly basis. (Amazon, $22)
What's For Dinner: Delicious Recipes for a Busy Life
Curtis Stone is a new dad that believes in sitting down for a family dinner. In this book, he shares his recipes for nightly meals that won't put the added stress on for cooking for a crowd. Being busy is no longer an excuse for not having a family dinner every night! (Amazon, $26)
Food Rules: An Eater's Manual
Being healthy shouldn't mean you have to make every meal complicated. Author, Michael Pollan, gives simple tips and tricks that bring simplicity to your everyday food choices. "Food Rules" lays out simple guidelines to what you should and shouldn't eat whether you are trying to figure out what to cook or when you are at your favorite restaurant.(Amazon, $10)
300 Classic Cake Recipes
Who doesn't love a good piece of cake? This Android application is perfect for those days where the sweet cravings are taking over! With hundreds of recipes it is certain that you will find one that is perfect for that sugar craving. (Amazon, $1)
Sexy Vegan Cookbook
Being vegan doesn't mean that your meals have to taste gross. Author Brian Patton shows how easy, simple, and delicious vegan cooking can be. This easy-to-use Android Application is sure to please your vegan needs. (Amazon, $13)
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Curtis Stone is a new dad that believes in sitting down for a family dinner. In this book, he shares his recipes for nightly meals that won’t put the added stress on cooking for a crowd. Being busy should never be an excuse for not having a homemade dinner every night!