Home Cook Books

Book Review: The Redpath Canadian Bake Book

The photos in this book are lovely and inspire one to bust out the measuring cups and create something wonderful for the family to enjoy.

Book Review: The Simple Bites Kitchen

Every meal together is an opportunity to share wholesome foods and family stories.

Book Review: The School Year Survival Cookbook

This cookbook offers concrete advice on everything from meal planning for the week, to stocking home pantries with essential building blocks for quick and nutritious meals.


Book Review: Vegetarian Any Day

This cookbook is a wonderful collection of creative and delectable recipes that inspire and encourage us to eat meatless one or even a few times per week.

Book Review: The First Mess Cookbook

The First Mess is a great guide to delicious plant-based meals that your entire family will enjoy.

Book Review: Feast

What greater way to celebrate how beautifully diverse we are as a nation, than to connect through the uniting act of breaking bread together.

Book Review: The Mom 100 Cookbook

Katie Workman’s fun and irreverent voice is a delight as she takes us through 100 familiar and foolproof meals.

Book Review: New England Open House Cookbook

This book will make you want to jump in the car and take a road trip to New England.

Book Review: Rush Hour Meals

Her creative recipe modifications that cater to fussy palates and dietary restrictions make cooking from this book a breeze.

Book Review: Rise and Shine

Katie Sullivan Morford is the creator of the successful blog “Mom’s Kitchen” and this is her second book. Her Make-Ahead Mini Spinach Frittatas (page 58) are now a staple in my freezer – just the thing to grab and heat on a busy morning. Her granola recipe (page 56) surprises...

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