Friday, February 13, 2009

Show and Tell


Today I am participating in Kelli's Show & Tell Friday, over at There is No Place Like Home.




I would like to show a couple of cookbooks that I have recently received. The first one was a gift from my cousin, over at Be As You Are. I love it! It is a compilation of recipes from different church members. I cannot wait to start trying out all those wonderful meals. Church recipes are the absolute best!




The second cookbook is one that I found in a local antique shop. The Farm Journals have such wonderful "country fair" type recipes. This particular one is all about bread baking. Such great advice.




I love collecting cookbooks of all kinds. To just sit and read these recipes and the wonderful "tidbits" that usually accompany the books is inspiring. I hope you enjoyed my show and tell. Be sure to visit Kelli at There is No Place Like Home to see all the wonderful show & tell items!!

8 comments:

Melissa Wertz said...

Church recipes are the best! Happy Valentines Day!

Smilingsal said...

Yes, those recipes gathered from the ladies at church cannot be beat. Thanks for sharing. Happy Show and Tell Friday!

Jules said...

The Farm Journal sounds very intersting! I have church cookbooks too. So many grand recipes...so little time to do them all. :o) Thanks for sharing.

JudyBug said...

I love cookbooks. I can read them like a novel...and go back and read them again. You can't beat a good church cookbook for comfort foods!

Hootin' Anni said...

I've always loved to peruse cookbooks. These you received are terrific.

Hope you can find time to stop by my 2nd edition of three installments of my troll collection if you haven't yet.

Happy Valentine's Day!!!

Susie Homemaker said...

I love to read cookbooks...I always like the ones from community ladies sahring their family recipes...

Blessings,
Susie

Cass said...

Cookbooks put together by churches or other groups are the best, whether they are new or old.

Yours look marvelous!
Cass

Kelli said...

I love reading through cookbooks too...you have some nice new ones.
~Kelli