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Lisa - LA

My top choice would be Julia's The Way To Cook...

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Posted to Thread #22616 at 3:06 pm on Aug 10, 2012

that's what got me started on my cooking journey.

The others would be a mix of those I use regularly and ones I always want to cook more from but don't ever seem to have the time and/or audience for:

1. The Way To Cook ~ Julia

2. A little binder that I put together when I first left home at 18, it contains recipe cards written by my mom for family favorites. Over the years I have added a few of my own, plus some of my MIL's recipes that are staples here.

3. Betty Crocker (hardbound, circa 1983)

4. Joy of Cooking

5. The Around The World Cookbook


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