Friday, December 16, 2016

Friday Faves: Cookbooks!

Christmas is 10 DAYS AWAY- WHAT!? My sisters and I have an afternoon of cookie baking planned and I can't wait for that sweet sugary aroma to fill my house. Salted Carmel Filled Chocolate Snickerdoodles? Check. Peppermint White Chocolate Sugar Cookies? Check. Chocolate Gooey Butter Cake Cookies? Check. My waist is widening as this list grows. Ha! 

If you have any cooks on your list that you need a little extra something for, I've rounded up a nice little list of cookbooks! I love cookbooks and think you can never have too many. Pinterest and blogs are such a great and easy resource these days, but I've been trying to open up my cookbooks more often these days. There's something about flipping through real pages and seeing the notes I've made by things that I have made. 

Cooking for Jeffrey- A new book I am dying to get my hands on! I just love these two and can't wait to own this book. Ina can't do anything wrong.

Danielle Walker's Against All Grain Celebrations- I have Danielle's first cookbook and she is one of my go tos for Paleo cooking. I have heard great things about this book!

Skinnytaste Fast and Slow- I've never made anything from Gina's blog that I didn't like! She is one of my favorites and I absolutely love her first cookbook. This one is a must!

Giada's Feel Good Food- It wouldn't be a cookbook list without a book from Queen G! This one is filled with her favorite healthy recipes.

The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook- Another blogger cookbook! This is one of the first food blogs I ever started reading and I know the cookbook will not disappoint. I love her photography, too! 

Jerusalem- I love love love Middle Eastern Food! It might be my very favorite. This book has been recommended to me by several friends and I have flipped through it. It looks AMAZING and the pictures are gorgeous. 

1 comment:

  1. Somehow I find cookbook a little fussy because of all the dishes I never make they put me in guilt trip about my lack visits in the kitchen so, I simply use Pinterest for finding recipes save time and effort.