Some of my fondest memories of my childhood revolve around the kitchen - aprons, mixing bowls, and cookbooks. My grandmother was one who was always whipping up some treat and I was her number one helper. My grandma installed a love of cookbooks from the get go. Grandma and I would lay side by side in her bed and read through recipes and make notes in the side columns. To this day, I often take a cookbook to bed with me to read before turning in for the day. One of my most treasured cookbooks is one of my grandmothers. Seeing her handwriting in the columns makes me pretty nostalgic.
While, now we tend to turn to the internet to find new easy recipes, I do think that many of us still love to flip through pages of a favourite cookbook. Maybe many are like my grandma's, cookbooks you would find with notes of love in the side columns. Cookbooks are wonderful heirlooms, that could tell the story of a family just by looking through the pages.
And, now life is even more delicious with the release of a brand new Betty Crocker Cookbook!
The new Big Red Cookbook contains 1500 recipes! The retail value of this amazing cook book is $35.99 and you can find it at your favourite locations - Amazon, Indigo/Chapters, BettyCrocker.com and Wiley Publishing.
Did you know that Betty Crocker has released over 200 cookbook titles, which have sold millions of copies?
Take a peek at Life Made Delicious, and you will find 400 of the recipes included in the new Big Red, plus, 85 brand new videos to help get our taste buds tantalized.
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