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The updated and revised 15th edition of America's favorite cookbook. The Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book has been an American favorite since 1930, selling 40 million copies through fourteen editions. This new 15th Edition is the best yet, with hundreds of all-new recipes and a fresh, contemporary style.
Plenty of new chapters have been added to meet the needs of today's everyday cooks, including new chapters on breakfast and brunch, casseroles, and convenience cooking. 1,000 photos accompany this wide selection of recipes, which cover everything from Pad Thai to a Thanksgiving turkey.
Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book, 15th Edition covers it all! Completely revised, revamped and updated, this is a must for every kitchen.
Included with your purchase is a 1 year subscription to Better Homes and Gardens® magazine. US Residents only. A $6.13 value. See the Business Reply Card inside the book when you receive your purchase for subscription and refund details.
Recipe Excerpts from Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book
Italian Polenta Casserole
Caramel-Nut Brownie Torte
Tried and True, Fresh and New
Find success in every recipe in this deliciously updated edition. Treasured favorites, creative ideas, and bold flavors spark inspiration for any occasion.
new recipes, new photos
More than 1,400 recipes from the Better Homes and Gardens® Test Kitchenincluding 1,000 new recipes
More than 1,000 photosincluding 800 new photos
Cook Once, Eat TwiceCreate two great meals out of one
Make It MineTry new flavors to keep meals exciting
New chapters on Breakfasts & Brunches, Casseroles,
Convenience Cooking, and Sandwiches & Pizzas --This text refers to the Spiral-bound edition.
didn't have the same recipes as my perfect bound book that I was wanting to replace as it is falling apart. Just taped up my old onePublished 4 days ago by Debra Cade
Really disappointed in this edition. This book used to be indispensable, but now the recipes have changed and clearly have no competent editing since there are a variety of errors... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Richard D. Stevens
You need a basic cookbook. This is it.
No frills. No essays about the enduring history of kumquats, and how they saved Milwaukee 1,000 years ago. None of that. Read more
My mother got me a copy of the most recent one when I moved out when I was young. I got this for my son when he moved out. I loved it then and I still do. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Charles T. Whitman
This was for our niece graduating from high school. We want our nieces to learn to cook for themselves and get confident in their cooking.Published 12 days ago by Dianne Null