Betty Crocker's Cookbook
Publish date: October 1st 1990
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Pages no: 432
Edition language: English
Of the over a couple of dozen cookbooks in our shelves, this general cookbook is one of the ones we've used the most over the years, certainly in the top four. The section tabs make it very easy to find recipes and the Special Helps section and inside covers make sure useful information is at your f...
This is my cherished "go to" cookbook. I have replaced it, gifted it and throughly used this cookbook to the point that I have taped the covers back onto the book ... again. I found this to be a constant in an ever-changing world. It has splatters, stains and margin notes all the way through the ...
Not so good as I thought it would be. I like to cook so I know the topic (at leas I think so) but the recipes in this book aren't amazing. The book is old fashioned. Simply not for me.
Wonderful looking recipes, I'll have to try one out to see if it lives up to the pictures.
This is a must have cookbook for every kitchen. I collect cookbooks, but this is the only one I actually use semi-regularly. (I like cooking, but I just don't do it all that much, with my schedule.)It has the basic recipes that will get a novice started. I use the Scones recipe on page 40, but I a...
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