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Does anyone still use cookbooks, or is it just me? Don't get me wrong, I love Pinterest, and that's what I actually use eighty percent of the time for meal planning, but there's just something nice about sitting down with a book and going through all the glossy photos while planning a meal.
My usual method of operation when it comes to meal planning is to do about 75% freezer or slow cooker meals, and 25% freshly cooked meals. I've found that with three kids and a busy hubby, the only way I'll actually make dinner every night is if it's pre-made a good portion of the time.
When I do cook something fresh, I have a few cookbooks that are my go-to for inspiration. I still need something that will cook up in a reasonable amount of time, though (preferably thirty minutes or less). So here, you have my favorite cookbooks for busy people.
That’s it for my favorite cookbooks. What are the go-to books that you keep in your kitchen? Or do you use cookbooks at all? Let me know in the comments?