Note: Hey everybody! I messed up yesterday, and included the wrong link for the Minnesota Heart Institute Foundation poll. This is the correct poll. If you don’t mind clicking, all you gots to do in answer a few questions (no personal information). It’s a good cause!
Today’s question comes straight outta Brooklyn:
Q: Being folks who like food, eating, chopping, and such, we probably all have a small collection of cookbooks. I have about 15 or 20 myself, but only use a few with any frequency.
Cook’s Illustrated Best 30-Minute Recipe sees the most traffic in my home, though Ina Gartens’s first cookbook isn’t far behind. If I owned Moosewood’s Simple Suppers (which I checked out from the library once and adored), it would probably be right up there, as well.
So, of all the cookbooks in YOUR kitchen, which one gets the greatest amount of play?
A: Sweet readers! This one’s all you! What single cookbook (not blog, not periodical) do you use most often?
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