Sunday, October 13

Our Favorite Cookbooks Giveaway and Cumin and Lime Roasted Pumpkin Seeds


 Exciting stuff going on here today! Not only am I posting about my favorite part of pumpkin season (pumpkin seeds) I have a major giveaway to share with you all.

A group of 12 bloggers and I teamed up to bring to you a collection of our favorite cookbooks.


Favorite Cookbooks Giveaway

There are few cookbooks I swear by. To be honest I do a lot of my recipe hunting online. I keep only the classic books and books written by blogging friends on hand. There was a time I had a huge collection but after many many moves I tired of packing them all up and having to find a place to store them... so I donated them all to Good Will. I still cry a little when I think about it... there were some old cookbooks in there that I will probably never find in print again. 

The only three books to make it out of that massive book donation years ago was my copy of Better Homes and Garden (It was a gift from my mom when I was 12), Hershey's Recipe Collection ( a give from my Nana when I was a kid), and Mastering The Art Of French Cooking by Julia Child, Simone Beck and Louisette Bertholle.

I am pretty sure every kitchen MUST have a copy of Mastering The Art Of French Cooking. I can not count how many times I have referred to it for the basics.

Obviously, this is the book I chose to giveaway as part of Our Favorite Cookbooks Giveaway.  Not only will one lucky person win a copy of my favorite classic cookbook, but they will also receive the other eleven books listed above!

For the full details of how to enter and the rules follow the directions on the widget below. 


How silly is it that I am posting about giving away my favorite cookbook about French Cooking, but I'm posting a recipe that includes some Mexican flavors? Because ya know... the French love their limes and pumpkin seeds. How's that for good planning today?



Cumin and Lime Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

Ingredients:
1 cup of raw pumpkin seeds, rinsed well
The juice of half a lime
1 tsp ground cumin
1/4 tsp sea salt


Directions:

Preheat oven to 350.

In a bowl toss seeds with lime juice and seasoning. Place on a baking sheet and bake for about 10 minutes, stir and return to oven for another 8-10 minutes. Careful not to brown them.

 
 
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200 comments:

  1. I think my favorite cookbook is pretty much anything by Gooseberry Patch. Love the recipes and the country fell of the illustrations.

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  3. My favorite cookbook is Deborah Madison's Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone. I'm not even a vegetarian anymore but all the recipes are so wonderful that I still use it all the time.

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  4. The Instant Gratification Cookbook by Lauren Chapman. Instant treats, minimal effort. Love it.

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  5. What about Larousse Gastronomique?

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  6. What a special treat it would be to receive all of these cookbooks in one box on my doorstep. My favorite one of these to gift is the Not Your Mother's Slow Cooker Cookbook. I've given it to a couple of my kids as they've grown and gone on their own. Betty Crocker is always a favorite for old school reference and such. With my collection it's amazing to me that I've only got a couple of these on my shelf. What a treat!

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  7. I love cooking! My fave cookbook is my nanna's, can't beat nanna's recipe's :)

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  8. My favorite cookbook is one that I got from the local quilting guild. It has awesome recipes and wonderful little notes about quilting.

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  9. I love cookbooks...I have several "go-to" cook books that are starting to fall apart That's a sign of a well used cookbook :)

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  10. I love cookbooks and trying new foods, techniques. How exciting.

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  11. The Victory Garden Cookbook is my most used cookbook.

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  12. I have several, but my one that I go to often tends to be the 365 Days of Cooking, Paula Deen, and Pioneer Woman as of the past year.

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  13. I love my Betty Crocker cookbook!

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  14. Wow what a treat this would be! Thanks for the opportunity

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  15. This is a hard question for me...I would say possibly veganomicon

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  17. I don't really have any cookbooks. I've gotten most of my recipes online. I have a bunch on my Amazon wishlist though!

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  18. I love cookbooks! Running out of room because I have so many, but I will never stop collecting them!

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  19. Better Homes and Gardens because that is what I grew up with. Really a tough decision since I have a great collection!

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  20. My favorite cookbook is a German Cookbook that my mother gave me.

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  21. I love the Better Homes and Gardens cookbook on this list - surprisingly, I don't have the others.

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  22. I love keeping it simple so that I can teach my children. Betty Crocker it is.

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  23. Cooking is my passion. These cookbooks are amazing! Its like going to Culinary school without leaving your house!

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  24. Cooking is my passion. These cookbooks are amazing! Its like going to Culinary school without leaving your house!

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  25. Actually the Joy of Cooking ... my mom has one and it has always been regarded as the best .. what a great cookbook

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  26. My favorite cookbook would be a family cookbook put together with all kinds of our family recipes. I also use my Better Holmes and Garden cookbook quite often.

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  27. I like the community cookbooks filled with recipes people create for their families every night or on special occasions. Those are the recipes you can count on!

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  28. Betty Crocker is my go to cookbook for reference.

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  29. I collect all types of cookbooks. I just love looking and trying new recipes.

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  30. I absolutely love cookbooks and enjoy cooking and baking. Just need someone to share my interest with.

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  31. I collect all types of cookbooks. I just love looking and trying new recipes.

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  32. I love my better homes and garden cookbook!

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  33. It is hard to choose a favorite cookbook, but I have to say that the Betty Crocker Cookbook has been one I look to the most. I am always looking for cookbooks with new things for my family to try.

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  34. my mom's 1940's/50's Betty Crocker....it was her high school home ec text and still has some of the best recopies esp for baked good....mmmmm gingerbread cake recepie from 1870!

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  35. My favorite is a church cook book from my mother in law that has many of her recipes in it.

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  36. I think my favorite cookbook is Anthony Bourdain's Les Halles Cookbook. His directions are hilarious and everything I've made out of it is a grand slam!

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  37. My first real cookbook was Better Homes and Gardens...I still have it after almost 50 ears!

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  38. One of my wife's first cooks books was the Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook. She still has it today. Lots of great recipes!

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  39. Some of the greatest cookbooks ever - thank you for the chance to win them all!

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  40. King arthur flour cookbook

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  41. I love my Betty Crocker book I got for a cooking class in college

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  42. The Latin Road Home by Jose Garces is my current favorite...so many amazing recipes that are both easy and impressive! The pan de yuca with guava chile butter is one of the best in there.

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  43. My Betty Crocker cookbook is my favorite

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  44. Excellent classic selection of cookbooks!!

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  45. I love the Homesick Texan's cookbook!

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  46. I don't really have a favorite cookbook yet. I have a few my mother gave to me when I moved out but none of them are my favorite.

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  47. My favorite is Barefoot Contessa Back to Basics.

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  48. The Southern Living Cookbook. Just a great resource for how to make the basics - perfect biscuits, cornbread, etc.

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  49. Now that's a great giveaway! My favorite cookbook now (cuz I'm Paleo) is "Against All Grain." But my most cherished cookbook - well there's two: "The Joy of Cooking" and "The Better Homes and Garden Cookbook. Those were the ones my mom used. She called them "Rombauer" and "The Red Plaid Cookbook."

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  50. my favorite cookbook is my mom :) and my grandmother. but if i had to pick a book it would be not your mother's slow cooker, my friend has one and i borrow it a lot. i love cooking and finding new recipes. This would be and awesome gift!!

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  51. I love the Better Homes and Gardens cookbook!

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  52. Favorite and most used cookbook is my Betty Crocker cookbook!

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  53. One of my all time favorite actors is Vincent Price. He and his wife, Mary, put out a cookbook, A Treasury of Great Recipes. I would have to say it is my favorite.

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  54. I think it's probably The Vegetarian Family Cookbook by Nava Atlas.

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  55. The only cookbook I've used before is my mom :-) but I'd love some cookbooks

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  56. My favorite cookbook so far is Everyday Food by Martha Stewart.

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  57. I have a family cookbook that I love. And of course the old faithful Betty Crocker.

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  58. I have an old Fannie Farmer tattered paperback cookbook from the 50s that was my grandmothers....love that thing!

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  59. I love the Food Network Easy Meals cookbook. I think it's the only one I own so far. The 12 new ones would be awesome!

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  60. I think my favorite cookbook is Ad Hoc at Home by Thomas Keller.

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  61. My all time favorite is The Great American Brand Name Baking cookbook. I've used it so much the pages are falling out, need to invest in a new one.

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  62. the homemade one of all of my mom's recipes from my childhood

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  63. I love reading cookbooks. The more the merrier. I read them as you would a novel. I have so many I can't pick a favorite. I have some rick Bayless books and like anything to do with baking. I would be so happy to win these books. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  64. Mine is an old one from my local church in Virginia. It's from the 70's.

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  65. Mine is an old one from my local church in Virginia. It's from the 70's.

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  66. Right now my fav cookbook is 101 organic baby food purees. I love making all the food for my son.

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  67. It's hard to pick just one, I love collecting and reading them like novels. I would love to have Mastering the Art of French Cooking in my collection. I refer back to the Pioneer Woman cookbooks quite frequently, they are definitely one of my faves!

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  68. My Pillsbury cookbook seems to be my "go to" cookbook, but I also love my goose berry patch cookbooks!

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  69. A great mix of classics! The "Melt" book looks interesting too.My favourite has to be "The Purity Cookbook", the edition with the red cover. This book was used by my Grandmother, Mother and now me, especially for our favourite Christmas cookies.

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  70. My favorite cook book right now is The Pioneer Woman Cooks - love Ree!

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  71. I love the Better Homes & Gardens cookbook but I don't actually have a copy. Hoping to win one!

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  72. My all time favorite cookbook is the Better Homes cookbook. I had one some years ago but it got lost during our out of state move. That's why I'm so excited at the prospect of winning another one!

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  73. I love cookbooks but my favorite one has to be the old school Better Homes & Gardens Cookbook. It was one of the first cookbooks my mom opened & had me follow the recipe by myself. I learned so much and some of my favorite go-to recipes come from it!

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  74. I remember my momma using her "Better Homes and Garden" cookbook....and, of course, the BIBLE of all cookbooks, "The Joy of Cooking". I have never owned either cookbook, but have actually checked them out from the public library so that I could make (and write down) different recipes.

    To be honest, before I was ever allowed to "cook" anything, I was handed "The Joy of Cooking" and told to read it. Then, if I had any questions, I could ask...but I wasn't allowed to cook anything until I read that book, cover to cover. The 1967 edition told you how to do just about everything...from canning food to skinning a squirrel (go look.....I swear it!). I'm not fibbin' at all when I say that I've read that "book" cover to cover THREE TIMES in my life. (I've only read the Better Homes and Garden cookbook once).

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  75. a self published family cookbook

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  76. My favorite cookbook is the one from my childhood church. It has many recipes I grew up eating including some of my Grandma's. I love it. Thanks for the giveaway. Good luck everyone.

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  77. I also love cooking. Although I do not have too many book I love to have them in the kitchen. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

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  78. My favor from all these books is the Authentic Mexican book by Richard Bayless. I have tried his recipes.

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  79. Better Homes and Gardens would be the cookbook I use the most besides online recipes. Donna d.brookmyer@yahoo.com

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  80. I love my Better Homes and Gardens cookbook. So many good, tried and true recipes in there. And for something not published - definitely the cookbook my mom made for me and my sisters. There are tons of recipes from her and my grandma. Since neither of them technically have (or had, in my grandma's case) recipes, she created them while cooking each meal/item so we would all have all their recipes.

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  81. How to cook everything by mark bittman
    Brknopf at yahoo dot com

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  82. Oh for real by Laura from heavenly homemakers.com. & kitchen stewardship better than a box.

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  83. I love my Pioneer Woman cookbooks!

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  84. I love the Pioneer Woman and Authentic Mexican

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  85. i love my america's test kitchen & cooks illustrated books

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  86. I love all cookbooks but especially the one my Mom helped to write at a nursing home.

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  87. Julia Child's book would be a favorite for me.

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  88. Melt: The Art of Macaroni and Cheese. I love everything and anything cheese and pasta

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  89. My favorite cookbook at the moment is Trisha Yearwood's Southern Cooking In An Oklahoma Kitchen."

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  90. I have a Mennonite Cookbook given to me by my MIL that is fabulous!

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  91. I have a Mennonite Cookbook given to me by my MIL that is fabulous!

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  92. Better Homes and Gardens that my Mom bought me 40 years ago....... (have bought newer versions since) but I still have the original, with notes at all....

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  93. Betty Crocker cookbooks....

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  94. I am very excited about this giveaway! I've been wanting a copy of these books for some time!

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  95. This is great! I am sad to say, I don't have any of these! My favorite cookbook, of recent, is Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day...it taught me to overcome my fear of baking bread! :)

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  96. I would have to say that my favorite cookbook would have to be the Better Homes and Gardens. I grew up using one of the cookbooks from then.

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  97. I love The Silver Palate cookbooks, any of them. The Carrot Cake recipe is wonderful. I would need a new shelf with al these books. Love it.

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  98. Right now my favorite cookbook is called PIE and has over 300 pie recipes I am working my way through, I love cookbooks and love to read them over and over but I also spend tons of time on food blogs and follow yours on facebook, some great postings!

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  99. Taste of Home, Pioneer Woman, How to Cook Everything Vegetarian...those are my current "reads." Church cookbooks always contain great treasures. Love recipes that came from my grandmothers. :)

    Lynne Vinson
    http://lifedoesnthavetobethisway.wordpress.com/

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  100. Love any cookbook love trying new recipes

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  101. My favorite cookbook is my mother's New Doubleday Cookbook. SO many recipes that I've made over the years and they're all pretty wonderful AND there are still SO many to make!

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  102. I like to see what's out there to try.

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  103. I like to see what's out there to try.

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  104. The Chez Pannise Cafe Cookbook and the Penzey's Spces catalog, I love that each has delectable looking recipes inside.

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  105. What a great selections of cookbooks.

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  106. I really love the Skinny Bitch cookbooks! :)

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  107. Christy Jordan's Southern Plate is my current favorite - her new book is out next week!

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  108. I don't have a huge cookbook collection but I do love the americas test kitchen ones! You can never go wrong!

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  109. Wonderful selection of cookbooks! It's hard to pick one - I go to my first cookbook many times - 1969 Betty Crocker!

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  110. Wonderful selection of cookbooks! It's hard to pick one - I go to my first cookbook many times - 1969 Betty Crocker!

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  111. Wonderful selection of cookbooks! It's hard to pick one - I go to my first cookbook many times - 1969 Betty Crocker!

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  112. Love Gwenyth's book, have it on my Amazon wish list and keep getting it from the library! Would love to win these books.

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  113. I LOVE to cook....

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  114. It is hard to pick one favorite cookbook. I have an entire shelf in my pantry with cookbooks plus an additional huge box. I would have to say that my go to would be The Joy of Cooking. Now in the days of modern technology I usually just look up a recipe on the Internet but if I am making something and just need a temperature or an cooking time, I will always go to my standby :)

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  115. I love collecting cookbooks! I enjoy seeing them lined up on my shelf! Too hard to name a favorite, but loving Homemade with Love and Weelicious Lunches right now!

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  116. My first cookbook was Betty crocker, 1992, I taught myself how to cook using it while in college. Still have the cookbook on top of fridge.

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  117. I was given a Better Homes and Garden cookbook 30 years ago when i was 17...I still use it.

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  118. I love cooking, but enjoy baking more, so my favorite cookbook is The Whimsical Bakehouse by Kaye & Liv Hansen. It is my go to book for made from scratch cakes, frostings and fillings. Also learned a lot of amazing decorating techniques from this book.

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  119. I love my Grandma's old Betty Crocker cookbook. Thanks for the chance to enter.

    Andrea D.
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  120. Would love to win - those cookbooks look awesome!

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  121. I would have to say Betty Crocker Cookbook. It was my very first cookbook, received it for my wedding shower, 40 years ago.

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  122. My favorite is Martha Stewart's Good Food Fast. I love that it's divided up by seasonal ingredients.

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  123. It's hard to pick just one. At the moment No Need to Knead and a local cook book Dinosaur BBQ Cookbook

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  124. Id have to say the first cook book that was ever put in front of me the better homes and gardens cookbook! has awesome recipes of all kinds

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  125. My favorite cook book is a homemade one that my Mom made all of us girls with the family recipes in it! Priceless

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  126. My favorite cookbook has to be Betty Crockers, my mom used it all the time when I was a kid.

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  127. I love pumpkin seeds! And these look like a great change from the norm. :) The cookbooks would be a great addition to my collection! Thanks for the recipe and the possibility to win these fabulous cookbooks!

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  128. i love joy of cooking, it has almost any recipe that you could possibly think of in it! although i wish it had more pictures...

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  129. My favorite cookbook is either the Betty Crocker cookbook my mom gave me when I moved out (I had been using hers since I was little) or a cookbook that my grandparents put together with all of the family's favorite recipes.

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  130. Mine would have to be the little notecard filled thing my mom gave me when I moved out that has all my favorite childhood recipes in it. I use it all the time, especially for my favorite desserts :)

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  131. I have a huge collection of cookbooks that have been passed down or purchased for me by my mom who coincidentally is my biggest influence in the kitchen. She encouraged me to cook from a very young age, and together we are teaching my kids (ages 5 and 3) to appreciate cooking. I have the Betty Crocker cookbook, but none of the others. My favorite recipes are not contained in one book, but I have devoted a blog to recipes that my mom and I created.

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  132. I don't have a favorite cookbook. I have a few, but honestly I'm not hugely impressed with any of them. I would love the chance to pick a favorite from this list : )

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  133. The Betty Crocker cookbook is definitely my favorite!

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  134. I love the Better Homes & Garden cookbook! I have one of the original copies that my Grandma had!

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  135. I don't own a cookbook (I don't know if that's a little sad or not) but the Julia Child one caught my eye!

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  136. I have a Fannie Farmer cookbook that belonged to my grandmother. It's my absolute favorite.

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  137. My favorite cookbook is a family compilation of recipes, collected, organized and given to me by my sis-in-law at my bridal shower, it is constantly open, and being added to.

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  138. i am a total cookbook aholic..lol..i love cookbooks!!!..i so want to win these..Good luck everyone!!!

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  139. Thats a hard decision because I LOVE cookbooks....I'll just put down the newest one that I just bought Complete Idoits Guide to Low Carb Meals

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  140. My favorite cookbook is The Cookie Bible! Or Moms Best Meals.

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  141. Love cookbooks and these would be a wonderful addition to my collection!!

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  142. I love The America's Test Kitchen Family Cookbook - everything I've tried from it is delicious!

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  143. Betty Crocker Cookbook was my first one. But the Joy of Cooking has been my mainstay since I was 16.

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  144. I LOVE cookbooks and have a nice collection started! I have one that is not a famous one that I enjoy. Betty Crocker is awesome and a great go-to. I enjoy so many but my favorite is one a friend gave me for holiday cooking!

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  145. The original Taste of Home Cookbook

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  146. My favorite cookbook is my Betty Crocker cookbook that I have had for 39 years. I have a newer version but the original is still the best.

    beh2351@frontier.com

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  147. Can't pick a favorite cookbook! :)

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  148. Love the Joy of Cooking books.

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  149. My favorite cookbook is my moms, nothing beats moms favorites. I really love cookbooks have several, always searching online for recipes...

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  150. I don't really have one.

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  151. Betty Crocker and Better Homes & Garden

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  152. My favorite cookbooks are the Bell South Pioneers Cookbooks, Paula Deen's Cookbooks but, the one cook that I saw my momma use and was given to me when I was young and I cherished was the Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook. I always reached for the red plaid and new I could find whatever recipe I wanted there.

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  153. I like you, usually get recipes on line, but I have a slow cooker book I love and my Our Best Bites cook book is a favorite too!

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  154. Better Homes & Gardens was a wedding gift and tried and true for many recipes!

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  155. There was a time when I used to have many cookbooks, but l too had moved several times. There was a short period when I moved back with my parents after a divorce, and during that time lost my entire collection in a house fire. My Betty Crocker book was a gift from my mother, as well. Just recently started collecting recipes online, but I do miss my books.

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  156. I have quite a few Southern Living Annual Recipes cookbooks that I love.

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  157. My grandmother's cookbook of her recipes that she gave to me for my wedding

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  158. Ahhh The joy of cooking. I still have mine that was handed down. I LOVE cookbooks

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  159. Pike Place Market Cookbook. Good local stuff for me.

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  160. Fix-It and Forget-It Big Cookbook: 1400 Best Slow Cooker Recipes! by Phyllis Pellman Good ,and many more cook books. I love to cook, and learning new techniques.

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  161. Christy Jordan's Southern Plate!!!

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  162. Susan Branch--Christmas from the Heart of the Home.

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  163. Oh would I love and use these books! I eat no meat and my husband eats no vegetables. It is hard and exhausting to plan meals. We have the same old stuff day after day. Please let me be a winner!

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  164. I use my BH&G cookbook all the time! But I love the sounds of the macaroni & cheese cookbook! LOL

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  165. Julia Child. She was such a character.

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  166. My mom's Methodist Cookbook .... over 50 years old.

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  167. I have tons of cookbooks, my favorite are the local organization type cookbooks with tried and true OLD recipes most of the time. And my own that I've put a bunch of recipes into.

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  168. I love almost any kind of cookbook, but most of my favorites are from the Taste of Home series. My husband gets so frustrated when I bring home new cookbooks from the local library! :)

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  169. Great cookbooks. My favorite and first cookbook is also better homes and gardens

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  170. Pioneer woman cookbooks but love cookbooks!!

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  171. I love the Beeroness' new cookbook!!

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  172. Besides the cookbook I threw together of my family's favorite recipes, I love the Better Homes cookbook and Smitten Kitchen.

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  173. I don't have a favorite cookbook :( But I've borrowed Better Homes and remember loving it!

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  174. Great collection of cookbooks! I would love to have any one of them!

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  175. I have the flavour bible - AMAZING.. and would love to expand my collection with the rest of these titles

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  176. Betty Crocker original red cookbook is my current favorite. I am excited to try Gwenyth Paltrow's book if I win.

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  177. I'm a cookbookaholic! :) My favorite at the moment is Joy the Baker.

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  178. I started with the Betty Crocker cookbook and keep collecting!

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  179. I don't really have any cookbooks... I've used the Betty Crocker cookbook though and I love it!

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  180. I have a big binder of family recipes I love, but I'm also working my way through the recipes in Bread and Wine by Shauna Niequist.

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  181. I grew up with the Better Homes and Garden Cookbook and wish I had my Mom's (but my sister got it). I was a young married woman with Joy of Cooking. It tends to be my "go to" cookbook. At one point in my life I had 3 bookcases full of cookbooks. I had to downsize...my son took most of them!

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  182. Anything by Cooks Country/America's Test Kitchen

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  183. I have so many favorite cookbooks, but the one that I always go back to is my Fannie Farmer Cookbook that I have had since I was 15, I have taped it so many times, but it really is my favorite. Awesome giveaway Carrie! Nettie

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  184. Yum! I love pumpkin seed recipe :) excited to try out these flavors

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