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Taste of Home: Best Church Suppers: Over 500 Potluck Favorites! Paperback – April 30, 2009

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Launched in 1993, Taste of Home magazine has nearly 4 million paid subscribers-North America's most popular cooking magazine. There are more than 75 recipes in each issue and all are family favorites contributed by Taste of Home readers. Taste of Home is published six times a year and has three sister magazines, Simple & Delicious, Cooking for 2 and Taste of Home Healthy Cooking.

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Readers Digest (April 30, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0898216397
  • ISBN-13: 978-0898216394
  • Product Dimensions: 7.1 x 0.7 x 9.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #109,252 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Kathe N. Blake on July 8, 2009
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I borrowed this cookbook from my public library. My daughter and I tried several recipes just for our family. All the recipes we tried were wonderful! I bought several cookbooks, and may end up getting more. We kept one for ourselves, but we bought the others to give as bridal shower gifts. We give a crockpot and the cookbook. This is good home cooking with easy-to-find ingredients.
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THE RECIPES ARE CLEARLY DESCRIBED, PICTURES WONDERFUL, AND THE RECIPES I'VE USED ARE AS GOOD IF NOT BETTER THAN I ANTICIPATED. CONGRATULATION ON A GOOD BOOK.
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I recently read one of the Church Supper magazines and then decided to try to find a book with similar recipes. The recipes are easy to follow, not terribly complicated, and perfect if you are having a large gathering. There aren't terribly exotic or fancy, but they are perfect for family dinners and larger dinner parties.
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You'll find a wide array of keeper recipes that you can take to almost any event. Most, if not all the recipes, are budget friendly too meaning you can feed a crowd without going broke.

Some of the recipes you'll find in this cookbook include:

*Pepperoni Pizzazz
*Turkey Crescent Wreath
*Handy Meat Pies
*Easy-Does-It Spaghetti
*Oven-Barbecued Spareribs
*Overnight Scalloped Chicken Casserole
*Grilled Picnic Chicken
*Black Hills Golden Egg Bake
*Scrambled Egg Muffins
*Easter Egg Bread
*Angel Rolls
*Bohemian Kolaches
*Butter Dipped Biscuit Squares
*Peanut Butter Eggs
*Chocolate Mint Creams
*Cherry Kringle

My only wish is the font size was a bit larger for my senior citizen eyes to read.

Recommend.
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With a couple of teens in the house we frequently have difficulty finding recipes that make larger dishes sufficient to fill them up and leave enough for leftovers later in the week. I selected this cookbook in the hopes that we would have some more flavorful choices in that regard, and it has not disappointed us.

The recipes are all designed to make larger dishes of food. Some recipes make larger appetizer-style or side dishes meant to supplement a meal, while others make two 13"x9" casserole dishes full of food. This is exactly the kind of quantity for which I was looking. There are over 500 well-tested recipes, and each one has a name attached to it - the names mean that someone felt good enough about their recipe to share so while a few "dud" recipes may be found in this collection they are few and far between.

The collection is broken up into the following chapters: Church Supper Classics, Appetizers & Snacks, Comforting Casseroles, Slow Cooker Favorites, Breakfast & Brunch, Salads & Side Dishes, Hearty Main Dishes, Soups & Sandwiches, Delightful Desserts, Seasonal Fare, Quick & Easy, and finally Feeding a Crowd. There's quite a bit of overlap between the chapters, especially when it comes to desserts - there seem to be dessert dishes sprinkled throughout the cookbook and that can make finding a recipe again a little more challenging.

Roughly one third of the recipes come with pictures, making this a colorful cookbook.

So far, we have had good success with this cookbook and have found a few new family favorites, as well as a bunch of recipes that we have marked to try somewhere in the near future.
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I have been a collector of "Taste of Home" recipes for years and am still enjoying each new offering. They are easy to create and good to eat. What more can a busy cook want for everday family fare?
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My favorite go-to cook book... I have found the Taste of Home recipes to be some of the best tasting dishes & desserts I've ever prepared. My dad loved the food so much that I've made out of this book that he had to buy one for my mom!
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I don't know what I was thinking. I don't buy condensed cream of soups, cool whip, instant pudding, shortening, velveeta or reduced fat margarine. I was thinking of old fashioned cooking, not opening so many cans to make something. There are some recipes that don't use these 'convenience foods' that I will try.
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