Featured Cookbooks & Recipes

Do you find other people's comments on recipes helpful? Have you written your own recipe Notes? It's a great way to remind yourself how a dish turned out and share your experience with the EYB community. On each Recipe Details page you'll find a Notes tab.

Adding online recipes to your EYB Bookshelf is a really great way to expand your personal recipe collection. You can now do this even if you have a free membership!

We're featuring online recipes from these books, magazines and blogs - check them out.

Happy cooking & baking everyone!
 

From magazines, websites, & blogs:

Blood Orange Mojitos from indexed blog Annie's Eats


Light & Easy 5-Minute Fruit Mousse from indexed food site Serious Eats


6 flavored oatmeal recipes from the Jan/Feb issue of indexed Cooking Light Magazine

 
From UK books:

21 recipes from Green Kitchen Travels: Vegetarian Food Inspired by Our Adventures 
by David Frenkiel & Luise Vindahl


3 recipes from Curry Easy Vegetarian by Madhur Jaffrey


39 recipes from Mexico: The Cookbook by Margarita Carrillo Arronte


2 recipes + 3 videos from The Essence of French Cooking by Michel Roux


19 recipes from Revolutionary French Cooking by Daniel Galmiche


7 recipes from The Vegan Baker: More Than 50 Delicious Recipes for Vegan-Friendly Cakes, Cookies, Bars and Other Baked Treats by Dunja Gulin, indexed by an EYB member

 
From AUS/NZ books:

9 recipes from New Feast: Modern Middle Eastern Vegetarian by Greg & Lucy Malouf

 
From US books:

1 Comment

  • carolynt  on  2/22/2015 at 9:49 AM

    I find that going online (searching with a recipe title) is an invaluable resource. You find out if others really LIKED the recipe. And because our own kitchens aren't outfitted with every possible ingredient, you learn what someone else substituted or added, or included less salt, for instance (that's an important one to me since I really don't like the taste of too much salt). Always, the best thing to do is taste as you go!

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