Monday, April 19, 2010

In the Kitchen....

What a beautiful Monday we have here in Utah. I am sitting in my kitchen table looking out the back window and I love what I see. Green grass, blue skies and little boys in the sandbox. I turn my head and see a more beautiful site...a clean kitchen!! If you would have seen this kitchen last night....umm you would be impressed at the shape it is in now!! I cooked a huge Sunday dinner and made a HUGE mess. Love my hubby who will clean for a good supper :) 

Have you seen our cooking themed stack, "Nana's Kitchen"? I love it. I love the fun colors of this stack and the whimsical cooking theme. And the BBQ pages are sooo fun. 

We have a slight problem in my house of little boys. Everyone wants a snack. All the time. I decided I needed to come up with a way for my little men to know when it's time for a snack (10am & 3pm) and when it is not. What better stack to help me with this!!


I made a super simple door  hanger to hang on my pantry doors that hold "the snacks." A simple flip and they should know if it's snack time....

                   

(Supplies: Nana's Kitchen Stack, chipboard, ribbon (May Arts), Cricut)

                  

That is what they want to see, OPEN!!!



Bummer.

I think they have gotten the picture...now let's see if they remember to look for the sign :) 

As promised, I will be doing a giveaway today!! And I have added a way so that you can have double the chances of winning! 

Since we are on the topic of kitchens...I want to know what is your "go to" cookbook. Which book in your collection has been doggy eared and has splatters all over it. If you don't use cookbooks but love a certain cooking website or blog, tell me about that. I just LOVE cookbooks and want to add a few to my collection so I thought YOU would be just the person to help me!

To enter: leave a comment here on this post and tell me about your cookbook or blog. For a second time to enter, leave a comment on the DCWV Facebook page under the announcement of this blog post and tell me that you are a "follower" of my blog. If you aren't a follower, PLEASE FOLLOW and tell me that you are a new follower!! If we can add 100 new followers from right now, I will give away 2 prize packages!

I will announce the winner on WEDNESDAY and you will win three 12x12 stacks of your choice mailed to you!!! How cool is that, we all love paper or we wouldn't be here!!! 

Good luck and see you Wednesday!!

122 comments:

  1. My go to cookbook is a local one our church put together a few years ago. I think I love it so much because it has many of my grandmother's, aunt's, and my mom's recipes. And it has a such a wide range of recipes!

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  2. I just found your blog the other day and want you to know I'm in love with it!!! I have a ton of DCWV paper (well I'm sure not as much as you have! lol) and love it! I have already been searching your blog for a ton of ideas! I already figured out how to make the flowers you made from the "linen" line :)
    Soooo....cooking...I LOVE to cook! I used www.recipezaar.com A LOT and the book I use the most is the Betty Crocker 3 ring binder! Love some home-style cooking :)Thank you for the chance to win!

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  3. My favorite cookbook is called Campbell's cooking companion. I love it because every recipe uses a Campbell's soup as a main ingredient, which I always have on hand. Makes cooking so easy.

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  4. I consider myself an entry level cook, and now with a family I find it such a challenge! I do like Sandra Lee's slow cooker recipes. I swear by the slow cooker with our busy schedules these days.
    madonnara@yahoo.com

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  5. love Taste of Home magazine. Lots of ideas and some helpful two person meals.

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  6. My go to cookbook is actually one I made. I have a scrapbook of all my recipes that I use constantly. The recipe itself is removable from the page, and it includes a picture or two of the dish. I just love it. Thank you so much for the giveaway!!

    Taylor
    taylor.d.martin@gmail.com

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  7. lOVEdcwv STACKS... LOVE WHAT YOU DID WITH THE KITCHEN STUFF... Those are some little cuties wanting in the kitchen...TFS

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  8. I love my old 1950's edition Betty Crocker cook book. Visit my blog at
    www.shellysblog-ne.blogspot.com to see how often over the past few years I have used the wonderful DCWV papers.

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  9. My "go to" cookbook is the old Betty Crocker "pie cover" cookbook. I got 2 paperback copies from my mother-in-law's home when she passed and I've worn through them both, they are frayed, taped, stained and their spines are shredded. I've since bought a hardback copy off eBay. I was afraid I'd destroy the paperbacks and not be able to read the classic recipes!

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  10. My favorite cook book is an old school Fanny Farmer Cookbook, it's big and thick and has some crazy recipes I will probably never use, but there are some tried and trues in there and I will probably never part with it!

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  11. What a cute sign! I just found your blog on facebook & became a follower :) Gonna go back & check out your other posts now. My blog can be found at: http://www.imascrapbooknut.blogspot.com/

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  12. My favorite cookbook has to be a family cookbook from my great grandmother's side of the family. I have been trying to incorporate more whole grains into our menus, so I have really enjoyed King Arthur Flour's Whole Grain Baking.

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  13. My new favorite site for recipes is the Pioneer Woman's blog! She makes some fantastic stuff!

    Stacy

    stacyhaugen at gmail dot com

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  14. recipes! where do i start? :) I love cooking and i love cookbooks. Let's see... Better Homes and Gardens cookbook for basics (spaghetti sauce, pie crust, etc), allrecipes.com for when i feel like making something different or trying a different version of something, and collection of Taste of Home annual cookbooks for ideas, inspiration and just looking through yummy pictures :)
    And thank you for your blog - it is too a source of inspiration as crafts are right there next to cooking on my 'relax and have fun' list.

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  15. I love www.allrecipes.com. I also love church cookbooks. They have the best recipes.

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  16. What a fabulous give away!

    Our favorite cook book is actually a 3 ring binder with print offs from the internet of all our favorite recipes. I know sad! LOL But it serves it purpose. Someday I want to make an 8x8 or 8 1/2x11 recipe book with some crafty goodness!

    My verification word is Tater. LOL

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  17. Hello! I am a new follower and am loving your blog already! Two of my favorite cookbooks: "Sandra Lee Semi-Homemade Money Saving Meals" & "Paula Dean Celebrities". Cheers! ~Cristina

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  18. I am a new follower, forgot to add that

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  19. awesome collection!

    My favourite cooking site is http://www.bestrecipes.com.au/ lots of reviews and tried and tested recipes that the family loves.

    Off to facebook now! :)

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  20. I am a new follower and I absolutely love this paper pad too.
    My most used cookbook lately is weight watchers comfort classics. I also really like Giada DeLaurentis' cook books-I have never cooked anything form them that wasn't good. Oh and Paula Deens' 1st cook book is really good- easy recipes, few ingredients but part of the reason why I use the Weight watchers one more now!

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  21. I'm not much of a cook. I've been working from the same old Joy of Cooking that my sister bought for me back in the 80's!!! I know... very sad! I'm now a follower of your blog and I already was a Twitter follower. Thanks for the chance to win a wonderful DCWV paper stack!

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  22. I love ALL cookbooks! I borrow them from the library and read them like a good, juicy novel! But my favorite go-to cookbook is the family cookbook my cousin's put together a few years ago. It's full of great recipes from everyone in our big, extended, loving family. Even the guys all contributed their favorites! They also included old, old recipes from my Great-Great-Grandmother. It is really a treasure!

    Thanks for all your great updates on Facebook. I love hearing all the latest from my favorite paper company - I'd be lost without my favorite DCWV mat stacks!

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  23. The best cookbook blog out there is http://www.melskitchencafe.com/ and the best cookbook is "The Pioneer Woman Cooks." found here: http://www.amazon.com/Pioneer-Woman-Cooks-Recipes-Accidental/dp/0061658197/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1271699632&sr=8-1

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  24. I am a follower of your blog! You have the best ideas Erin!

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  25. I cook a lot of food that my Mom has taught me growing up (lots of Filipino food) so I don't really use a lot of cook book. But lately, I've been experimenting with different dishes. This usually happens when I'm in a bind and have no idea what to make: I end up going to our local Publix supermarket and pick up the recipe cards from their Apron's Simple Meal kiosk. I usually try to time my trip there when they are handing out samples of the meal of the week. Well, at least that's how I approach making main dishes. For desserts, I go to Bakerella's for inspiration and recipes!

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  26. Wow, I didn't even know DCWV even had a blog! So happy to have found your site. I have quite a few cookbooks since I love to try out new recipes to keep me from getting stuck in a rut when it comes to dinner. A lot of my true-and-true favorite recipes have come from Taste of Home.

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  27. My favorite cookbook is Racahel Ray's 365 No repeats...we love it! I also search for recipes on recipezaar.com that is an amazing site. Thanks for the chance!

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  28. I love Pampered Chef cook books! especially their dinner in under 30 min. Love your blog! Supper cute idea too!

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  29. I'm a bit old fashion, I love my betty crocker cookbook. it is old, ripped and stained but everyone loves the recipes out of it!

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  30. I like the Kraft cooking site they have great easy recipes

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  31. I have a great cookbook that is usually my go to when I need a recipe but its from a ward I was in when I lived in Missouri :(

    am a follower now :)

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  32. Love the sign! My goto cookbook is The Fannie Farmer Cookbook! I love I found your blog! I have bookmarked it to come back to! Thanks!

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  33. Betty Crocker is my oldie but goodie. I also love those little cookbooks put out by churches. Great recipes.
    Love DCWV!!
    debsusee@yahoo.com

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  34. My favorite cookbook is actually a website! The Pioneer Woman/Tasty Kitchen....everything I've ever attempted from this site has turned out wonderfully!

    jillpkeller@gmail.com

    P.S. I love DCWV!!!

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  35. Just bought the Kitchen stack and my 12-year-old daughter promptly wanted it for her cake scrapbook! Have to get another ... I love www.allreipes.com

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  36. Love this blog, and would love to win your giveaway! My favorite recipe website is allrecipes.com. I've been making Teena's Spicy Pesto Chicken Pasta a lot the last couple months.

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  37. Great sign! My favorite cookbook is Deceptively Delicious by Jessica Seinfeld. I have one very picky eater in my house and this cookbook was a Godsend!

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  38. My favorites are the Taste of Home magazines and the website. They are awesome! Thanks for a chance to win!
    Tina Baxter

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  39. My go to Cookbook is one my mom put together for me of all our family recipes that I grew up with and if I need something new then it's usually Kraftfoods.com or tasteofhome.com

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  40. I have two favorites. The Betty Crocker Cookbook is a great stand-by, but I also love Taste of Home's Big Book of Soup. I have used both over and over!

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  42. I have to say I use Better Crocker a lot. But my main go-to book is my 3 ring binder filled with recipes I have collected from magazines over the years. Time for a new bigger binder!

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  43. My go-to's are just handed down recipes in my recipe box! Occasionally I'll open up a hometown recipe book but most of my new recipes come from the internet...I get a Betty Crocker email with some really great stuff in it!

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  44. I love cookbooks & cooking magazines. A longtime favorite is the old betty crocker one that I have been using forever. Simple Foods is a staple for my son & I right now making great foods quickly.

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  45. I am a follower. I love your blog. However I am the worst when in comes to organization so all my recipes are in a drawer in my kitchen ... in a nice heaping mess. Cringe...

    Patty B

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  46. My go to cook book is a pampered chef book. All the Best it is called. It has the best recipes for just a normal dinner night, and also recipes for dishes to pass to take to other's houses.

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  47. My favorite cookbooks are The Best of Bridge series. Their recipes are simply the best!

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  48. Oooh, that's a tough one. I have this old Betty Crocker cookbook from the early 1970's that I love to use. It's so beat up, it's missing the cover. Love your snack sign, I have that same problem at my house too.

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  49. WOW!! AWESOME Idea, may have to make one of those for my grandkids, they think it's ALWAYS snack time at Me-Ma's House! LOL! I would have to say the best Cookbooks that I have are the Betty Crocker's Picture Cookbook that was my Grandma's was published in 1954 and the Better Homes and Garden cookbook that was my Mom's and was published in 1960. LOVE the down home cooking!! Thanks for the chance to win! Have a GREAT DAY!

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  50. My go-to-site is allrecipes.com and kraftfoods.com. BTW-Loove that sign! I also have 2 boys and they ALWAYS ALWAYS think its snack time!

    mlvillatoro@gmail.com

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  51. Hi!
    I LOVE your sign and your kids are adorable. I used to collect cookbooks but now I LOVE to use the internet to find recipes. I LOVE Food Network because after you watched their show you can go to the webpages and get their recipes.
    Thank you for the opportunity to enter the giveway.
    best regards,
    Wanda

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  52. My go to recipe book...isnt a book...its a web site...allrecipes.com...I love that I can enter what I have on hand and get only the recipes that have those igredients (tonite will be Asian Lettuce Wraps!)...heading to facebook to become a new follower :)

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  53. I am not much of a cook, hubby does most of that, but I have a few tried and true recipes that I love. I also love allaboutrecipes.com super simple and quick which is what I need with a hyper two year old in thehouse! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  54. Love this stack! thanks for the giveaway,

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  55. I love my old Betty Crocker Cook Book. I even have some of my momma and grandmas recipes and tips written in the margins! I am so glad you posted this give away on Two Peas!I love to scrapbook!I am also a paper addict! I love DCWV!

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  56. Oh I am also a new follower!

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  57. My Taste of Home cookbook and magazines! Totally dog-eared :)

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  58. I am a new follower too! I have recently become familiar with DCWV! I learned of your paper while watching mypinkstamper.com 's projects.

    I LOVE how the papers coordinate with the themes of the Cricut cartridges!

    My favorite cookbook is Better Homes and Gardens, New Cook Book, 10th Ring Bound Edition, 3rd Printing 1990. ISBN: 0-696-00012-1. I inherited it when my mother passed away. It has her spills and my spills, quick notes about recipes that we love. Most recently it was left on a very wet countertop (nobody in my house did this of course) and it got very wet. I started crying because it is so special to me! Somewhat ridiculous. I tried a new cook book and it just wouldn't replace it, so I am constantly trying to peel pages off of others to get to my favorite recipes. I hope you find it just as enjoyable!

    P.S. Your children are absolutely precious!

    nginerd@gmail.com

    Thanks for the opportunity!

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  59. I'm a big fan of crock pot cooking-so my favorite is the fix it and forget it cookbook. Thanks for such a great giveaway!!!

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  60. Thanks for the opportunity. I jsut discovered your blog and I love it :-)

    First and foremost - I love DCWV, have been a fan of their facebook page for some time now. I was thrilled beyond words when someone from DCWV actually responded to one of my wall posts regarding my new blog that is dedicated to layouts made with DCWV cardstock.
    http://orchidsonpaper.blogspot.com/

    As for cooking, I absolutely love to cook and do tap into my mom's recipes book. Other than this, I look and gather recipes from everywhere.

    Sapna
    sapnacricut@gmail.com
    http://orchidsonpaper.blogspot.com/

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  61. I am in the process of sorting through a ton of old recipes so i can make a hybrid recipe/scrap book. These papers would be perfect!

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  62. Great sign! I LOVE Nana's Kitchen. I use it for so much (not just cooking LOs)
    My go to site for recipes is RecipeZaar.com (I'm scrapbook cook over there)but you don't have to sign up to use the site. It's FREE though, and you can save any recipes you find to "your cookbook". I love the different search options.
    Now I'm off to post on FB
    Hugs,
    Kristina

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  63. My go to web site is Foodnetwork.com . I really love the recipes by Paula Deen especially her "Not Yo' Mamma's Banana Pudding" YUMMY!!!

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  64. I love Simple and Delicious magazine. I use it all the time!!!

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  65. Recipe Books where do I start, 5 adult kids, 5 family recipe books in the making. RVing recipe books for the Crockpot, Dessert and Secret Restaurant; lots of recipe books in the making. My favorites are Rachael Rays, Gooseberry, Cooks.com, so many there also

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  66. My go-to cookbook is an old one from my in-laws ward in California. My MIL gave it to me when I married DH back in '84 and I've used that cookbook to death! I did find a new, great cookbook last fall at Joanns . . . Gooseberry Patch's Comfort Food. So far, every recipe I've tried in that one has been a winner with my family.

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  67. I love the sign you made! Too cute! Well, I like the cookbook by Martha Stewart: The New Clasics. I think the Nana's Kitchen is darling, and plan to buy this stack to make a cookbook. But the stack at the top of my list is Songbird! I want this stack SO BAD, but live hours away from Michaels, and google it everyday, hoping to find someway to buy it online!!!

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  68. I have a few favorite cookbooks. One done by my son's preschool class and one done as a benefit for a friend's daughter who has had a liver transplant. A lot of people around the country entered their favorite recipes for the cookbook. I enjoy trying different recipes from there.

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  69. Hey, Erin, great question. My favorite cookbook is a binder that I print or tear out recipeds and fill up. I put them in page protectors so they can be wiped clean and scrapped the front and back and spine. Gotta have a bit of cute even with a cookbook!

    Maybe I should make a new cover insert with the Nana's Kitchen stack!

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  70. I am working on a cookbook for my daughter to have some day of all the recipes that have been handed down in our family and any that she has enjoyed through the years. I will give it to her when she get married. This stack would come in handy.

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  71. I love to cook but never seem to have enough time. i use alot of my moms old recipes. i also use a cook book called What's for dinner by jana Schofield it has over 6 months of menus and what to put with them it is great.. thanks for the chance to win i love your paper

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  72. I like the Cooking Light Weeknight book I got as a wedding present. Simple yet yummy recipes in there! Very cute little sign and cute pictures! Thanks for the chance at some pretty papers!

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  73. I love Rachel Ray and Martha Stewart's cook books - Easy fun and so quick!!

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  74. I actually made myself and my two kids a cookbook of all my mothers favorite recipe and a few of friends/family too. I grab that cookbook all the time and it sure looks like it. But beside my own "personal" one I love Better Homes and Garden.

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  75. My favorite cookbook is the Betty Crocker cookbook. It has classic recipes that never go out of style.

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  76. that sign is adorable. such a great idea! my fave cookbook is Better Homes and Gardens. I like it because it has the basics (like if I'm not sure how long to cook a roast!)

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  77. Since I'm a slave to my computer {or so it seems!} I visit www.delish.com when I need some culinary inspiration. You have a great website here for creative inspiration too!

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  78. Honestly I'm not much of a cook, but my go to cook book is a classic Better Homes and Gardens cook book. I can follow the recipes :)

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  79. My favorite cookbook is from the Vienna School in Vienna, Missouri. It was a fundraiser but it has real recipes that working moms can handle and they are not all casseroles. I also bought a Once-A-Month cooking cookbook that I love to use to prepare meals ahead of time.

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  80. I love cook books too! When I'm in a hurry, or can't find something in one of my cook books, I use allrecipes.com

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  81. My favorite go to cookbook is a binder I put together of my mother and grandmother's recipes. It's filled with tons of soup, pasta and dessert recipes!

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  82. I love your blog, and I love this idea, now I am off to faebook.

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  83. My favorite cookbook is a family one that has recipies from all the family members

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  84. My favorite Recipe book is the recipebook that contains all the recipes used in our family for holidays. I come from a large family (my grandmother was one of ten and had nine children herself) Holidays and get-togethers are someone chaotic but it's easier with everyone bringing a dish than one person doing all the cooking. This way we all get to enjoy our favorite dishes made with loads of love!

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  85. My favorite cookbook is a family album I put together with my aunts about 15 years ago

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  86. My favorite cookbook/website is www.topsecretrecipes.com Todd Wilbur has quite a few cookbooks published. Every Monday he puts a new recipe on this website. It is nice to get my favorite restaurant dishes at home at a fraction of the cost. I also love that I can get recipes from some of my favorite restaurants from cities that I have been to. I love to make recipe cookbooks for my family.

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  87. My fav cookbook is my Betty Crocker's cookbook. My mom gave it to me when I moved out into my first apartment. It's got all the basics you need and some great cookie recipies. Lov the Nana's kitchen stack. Soo many cute pages!
    Kathy
    kmgillon at yahoo dot com

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  88. My two favorite cookbooks are my Betty Crocker cookbook I got in the 70's and my three ring binder with all of my Mom's recipes in it! They are both splatted!

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  89. Man, I wish life worked like that sign lol. I really like getting recipes from http://www.kraftrecipes.com/Pages/home.aspx. You can't really go wrong with stuff from kraft! Thanks =)

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  90. I was lucky enough to acquire a handmade book my grandmother had FULL of her favorite recipes, which in turn became my favorite. She used to make me all kinds of stuff from there from chewy oatmeal raisin cookies to twice baked potatoes and tons more. I even got my husband to eat spinach and broccoli with her spinach/broccoli stuffed potato recipe! But I also use kraft and betty crocker websites!

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  91. I love, love, love the "Best of Bridge" cookbooks. Yummy!

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  92. I have three versions of the Better Homes & Gardens cookbooks, but my favorite 'go to' one is the one I received in 1969 when I got married. It is definitely dog-eared, yellow pages, and dripped on. However, it has tried & true recipes that I still use. (Some I even have memorized.)

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  93. My FAVORITE site I go to for recipes is the Pionner Woman's blog. She also has a cookbook out...LOVE her stuff!!

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  94. I always refer back to my grade 7 Home Ec cookbook.

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  95. Hi! I am a new follower of this blog! And my go-to cookbook is The Tex-Mex Cookbook by Robb Walsh. I am of Mexican decent and was born and raised in Texas but sadly, I have limited cooking skills. My husband loves Tex-Mex food and so I bought this cookbook to try and learn from it. I have gone back to the recipes in this book over and over again! My favorite recipes in this book are the "Los Tios Mexican Rice" and "Chile Colorado con Puerco (Red Chile Pork filling)" that can be used on tostadas, in enchiladas and tamales! Delicious!

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  96. One of my favorite cook books is a 1943 edition of The Joy Of Cooking. A few years ago, a new family had moved into the town where I work, and were having a hard time making ends meet. My boss allowed them to have a "yard sale" in our parking lot. I went out and picked up a few kitchen odds and ends before they left, and the husband gave it to me for free. Most of the recipes are outdated and need a little tweaking, but its usually a pretty good starting point! My favorite part is, though I don't know who owned it previously, its got a ton of hand written recipes, shopping lists, old coupons, and other stuff tucked inside the pages.
    My other go to is foodgawker.com, for inspiration when I don't really know WHAT to cook.

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  97. My favorite cookbook is the Taste of Home cookbook. Most cookbooks seem to have the same recipes, but I love that this one has new ideas on some old favorites.

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  98. How very cool!! That sign is pure genious. ;)
    - April W
    P.S. I love all of the Betty Crocker cookbooks!

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  99. Oh and I'm a follower!!
    - April W

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  100. I have really been digging allrecipes dot com - lots of stuff !

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  101. On my blog, I talk about my baking adventures, mostly with cupcakes! Thanks for sharing this great project with us, what an original idea!

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  102. Gawd I love paper and I am a FB fan as well

    Sherri

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  103. I am working on a cookbook for my mother for Mother's day and using From My Kitch Cricut cart and also Nana's Kitchen paper from DCWV paper. I love this brand paper and would love more. Thanks.

    Chai Dackermann
    momof30728@hotmail.com

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  104. my favorite is the Taste of Home cooking Magazine they have such good, tasty, and simple meals in there. They are about all I cook now.

    upside_down888@hotmail.com

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  105. 101 Things to Do with a Slow Cooker is my go-to book!
    I'm a fb fan too... :D
    schriftstellarin @ hotmail.com

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  106. And just became a follower... :D

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  107. My favorite cook book is one put together by my church. Also have church and PTA cookbooks from my sisters-in-law that have wonderful recipes.

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  108. my favoite cook book is one put together as from my employees association years ago.

    I've been a fan of DCWV since the CK valley forge show 6 years ago! :)

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  109. I don't have a specific cookbook, just stacks of recipes I have printed out, mostly from cooks.com. They have the easiest, quickest and best recipes and I used them at least 3 times a week.

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  110. I actually have two cookbooks I go to all the time. The first one is Fix-it and Forget-it Cookbook. It is a slow cooker recipe book. Love this because I can put dinner on in the AM and it will be ready by the time dinner rolls around. The other one was given to me by a neighbor in my old neighborhood back in 1999. It is called Cooking with Love & Memories. It was done by the Ladies Auxiliary at the Pactolus EMS. Everytime I pick up the cookbook, I am always reminded of the fond memories of the 15 years I spent being her next door neighbor.

    Now to follow your blog and then on to FB! Thanks!

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  111. My fav cookbook is a vintage one from New Orleans, has some of the best old recipes from the French Quarter!

    Marla

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  112. My go to cookbook is the red and white checkered Better Homes and Gardens cook book that my Mother had when I was little! Her favorite recipes are dog eared and has the food stains to match!

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  113. i love taste of home they always seem to use common ingredients we already have, sometimes i also go to allrecipes.com

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  114. My favorite cookbook is Pioneer Woman!!

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  115. I'm not a big user of cookbooks but I love, love, love the Kraft magazines. We make recipes from them all the time.

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  116. Our favorite cookbook is the McCall's Cooking School series, which we got many years ago. There are 3 binders, and each week you'd get about a dozen recipes in the mail. We didn't complete the program (became too expensive) but we did get some really awesome recipes.

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  117. What a cute collection...my favorite cookbook happens to be one that my sister and I put together in 1997 when we did a big family reunion and wanted something special to remember that event by with family recipes old and new! I still get lots of compliments on it to this day and what a splendid idea that was!

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  118. What a gorgeous collection. DH does all the cooking in our house so my fave recipe book would have to be 'Cocktails (Little Black Book)' by Virginia Reynolds ;p

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