Saturday, March 20, 2010

Weekend Cooking: Free eCookbooks






I don't usually read ebooks but when I heard about a few cookbooks that I could download for FREE, I decided to check them out. I found two nice cookbooks with a variety of recipes that I'd like to try.



I just read about this in Bookpage and was thrilled to find out that there was a way to get a free cookbook. You can go here to get a FREE download of Favorite Food at Home by Rachel Allen right now! Use coupon code KGLD-0319-2010-RACB. First 10,000 downloads only!

(Thanks Empowering Mommy)


Here's another cookbook that sounds great:


33 Top Secret Copycat Restaurant Recipes eCookbook Volume III By: The Editors of RecipeLion.com

Description from the Recipe Lion Website:

This 52-page book is chock full of copycat recipes from your favorite chains. Nearly every one of us has had a meal at a restaurant that was so memorable, we wish we could recreate it at home. Here at RecipeLion we have put together our third collection of the best copycat recipes so that other home cooks could have the joy of cooking a copycat restaurant recipe in their own homes and impressing their family and friends with recipes that taste just like the real thing.

Included in this 52-page eCookbook:
Carrabba's Italian Grill Copycat Recipes
Benihana Copycat Recipes
Chili's Copycat Recipes







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5 comments:

  1. Thank you for the tip on the free e-book. I downloaded it and I'm very pleased with it. There are several things I'm going to try this weekend (toffee popcorn and lemon curd). A great resource.

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  2. Thanks for these links! I'm going to check them out. I never really thought of looking for cookbook ebooks.

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  3. Thank you for the heads up!. I have another of Allen's cookbooks and it is very nice, lovely photos.

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  4. I thought I'd share this absolutely delicious recipe with you, seeing that you don't take the culinary arts for granted: http://www.pressdisplay.com/pressdisplay/showlink.aspx?bookmarkid=TW02DN4QHSG1&preview=article&linkid=f062fe49-3826-4eac-a937-7a83115c6ed3&pdaffid=ZVFwBG5jk4Kvl9OaBJc5%2bg%3d%3d

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    Gourmet or not, I found it to be a perfect treat.

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