10 Completely Giftable Cookbooks!

November 2, 2018

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So, I like to suggest checking cookbooks out from the library.  They really empower and inspire in my kitchen, so I love having them around.  I rarely buy cookbooks, so you can trust the ones I’ve picked are really good ones.  You can click the photos to go straight to the link and purchase on Amazon, or you can place it on hold at your local library!

Magnolia Table– I got this cookbook because I just adore Joanna!  I’m a HUGE fan of Fixer Upper and all things Magnolia so I know how much she loves to cook.  I knew the recipes would be wonderful, but each one I’ve tried has been so great.  Not to mention, it is just a stunning book and brings our farmhouse kitchen to life.

Whiskey in a Teacup- As a Southerner myself, living in Oregon,  Reese is just ultimate #goals.  This isn’t really JUST a cookbook, it’s a lifestyle book!  She shares some incredibly unique tips and tricks for hosting events, getting dressed, monograms, and managing a home with grace.  It’s filled with beauty and inspiration, and I loved having the opportunity to learn more about her lineage and where she draws her confidence from.

The Southerner’s Cookbook- my cookbook club did recipes from this cookbook earlier in the year, and I loved it!  Every recipe seemed more nostalgic and delicious than the last.

Cravings Hungry For More-  A dear friend of mine gifted me the first cookbook from Chrissy Teigen, which had so many GORGEOUS and delicious recipes in it.  I know this one will not disappoint.

Pull Up A Chair– Okay, yeah, I just put this one on the list so my husband would see it and buy it for me.

Thug Kitchen– My husband actually asked for this one for the holidays.  So, I figured I would share it.  I trust his judgement.  He’s got great tastes.

The Pioneer Women Cooks: Come & Get It– Because is any cookbook round up REALLY complete without a Ree-commendation?

The Clean Eating Slow Cooker by Linda Larsen- I added this one to the list, because I’m a busy mom who works from home/runs a shuttle service for my kids.  JUST GIVE ME ALL THE SLOW COOKER MEALS.

Tasty Ultimate-  I know we are all watching that show on Hulu right now, so don’t try to deny it!  We need these recipes.

Bonus Pick:  Simply because, this one looks like a lot of fun.

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