But I do happen to love reading recipes, and I like to mix things up a bit and get out of my usual cooking routines now and then. So, I used to have a number of cookbooks. For the past few years, though, that hasn't been the case. I own 3 professionally published cookbooks, along with two little cooking booklets my sons contributed to when they were in kindergarten. Of those five publications, three are sentimental (one of the professional versions was given to me as a gift by a friend I haven't seen in years. To its credit, it does have a solid pot roast recipe). As for the other two books, I'm not sure why I have them. One is a book on vegetarian cooking (I'm not a vegetarian, but I like vegetables) and the other is a slow cooker book, and I haven't gone near mine in years.
That said, here are some of my favorite places to find recipes (lately, at any rate. That could change at any time).
The old dependable All Recipes.
Cookies and Kate if I have vegetarian guests or I"m just looking for a good vegetable recipe.
Tasty on YouTube
Here's one of their videos:There's also the Tasty website (more conventional than the videos, and all the recipes are written down).
There are others, but these are a good start.
How about you? Do you still use cookbooks, have old favorites, pore through magazines, cruise the internet or a combination of those?
Happy recipe hunting!