Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book (Better Homes & Gardens Plaid) Plastic Comb – 10 Apr 2012
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Tried and True, Fresh and New Find success in every recipe in this deliciously updated edition. Treasured favorites, creative ideas, and bold flavors spark inspiration for any occasion. new recipes, new photos More than 1,400 recipes from the Better Homes and Gardens® Test Kitchenincluding 1,000 new recipes More than 1,000 photosincluding 800 new photos New features Cook Once, Eat TwiceCreate two great meals out of one Make It MineTry new flavors to keep meals exciting New chapters on Breakfasts & Brunches, Casseroles, Convenience Cooking, and Sandwiches & Pizzas
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That said, this is an excellent starter cookbook and guide to kitchen-keeping not just for a new bride or groom, but anyone who has moved out of their parents' home and has no idea what that funny-shaped pan or pot is for (and wants to learn).
Directions and explanations are very good, the recipes truly easy, and the really nice make-it-your-own pages (which let you select options you add up to a specific dish) are a wonderful teaching tool. Ideas of how to use leftovers of any particular dish (two dishes presented side-by-side as cook today, eat today and tomorrow combos) are also a fantastic idea.
Generally very recommended, but not for anyone who already knows how to cook. It's a good book of basics, not anything to put polish on your fancy cooking skills.