I’ve been a fan of Taste of Home since I was a young(er) housewife. My mother-in-law, who wanted to ensure her son had a good home cooked meal, gave me a subscription. I had taught myself how to cook when I was a teenager with help from some of my aunts who made dishes I liked. Once I received a subscription to Taste of Home, I spent hours browsing through the pages and finding recipes to create. I liked the simple, down to earth explanations and the biographies of the featured cooks or the blurbs that shared stories behind the recipes. Later, when I had children, I subscribed to their sister magazine, Simple & Delicious. Every other month when we receive our copy the kids grab the magazine and show me dishes they want me to prepare.
My only complaint with the cookbook versus the magazine is that there are fewer pictures in the cookbook. While there are still sections of mouth-watering, drool worthy pictures, they are scattered into sections and not beside the recipe.
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