7 Cookbooks You Should Have on Your Shelf

 

Whether or not you’re a newbie or a pro in the kitchen, there are some cookbooks that have become staples on peoples shelves. They’re the ones that your Grandmother has cooked from, they have stains on them from previous dinners and they’ve moved with you from home to home over the years.

The Crave team put our thinking caps on and compiled a list of cookbooks that should be on your kitchen shelves!

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Author:Lindsey

Lindsey Reeder is slowly learning how to navigate her way around the kitchen. It only made sense that she would choose a career in book publishing with a last name like Reeder. As a Coordinator in the Online Marketing at Random House of Canada, Lindsey spends her days tweeting and blogging about books that make her laugh, make her cry and everything in between. Follow Lindsey on Twitter at @reederreads or @RandomHouseCA.

2 Responses to “7 Cookbooks You Should Have on Your Shelf”

  1. Natasha A.
    January 7, 2013 at 5:19 pm #

    The Joy of Cooking is one of my staples! I don’t usually use it for the recipes. I use it for the instructions – how to cut artichoke, how long to microwave a potatoes, how to hard boil eggs. I actually gave it to a friend for Christmas this year. She is just starting her cooking adventures and I wanted her to have this!

  2. March 2, 2013 at 7:34 pm #

    The Silver Spoon is the one I have open all the time in my kitchen, not just great recipes but also great info on various measurement units, ingredients, and much more. A good cookbook is actually worth its weight in gold :D Best, Allan.

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