Le Inspiration

Cookbooks and Other Recipe Source Information

I have tried to compile a list of the cookbooks and other sources I use for inspiration in the kitchen. A link in each post will bring you to this page if the source is a cookbook, magazine, Food Network star, family , or friends. If the recipe is from another blog, please look for a link to that particular blog in the specific post. If you have any other questions about my sources, please email me: thefrenchkitchen[at]gmail[dot]com

[1] 29 Minutes to Dinner, The Pampered Chef (2007).

[2] 500 Five Ingredient Recipes, Better Homes and Gardens (2002).

[3] Cooking for Two & More, The Pampered Chef (2006).

[4] Delightful Desserts, The Pampered Chef (2001).

[5] Cooking ‘Round the Clock Rachel Ray 30-Minute Meals, Rachel Ray (2004).

[6] Rachel Ray 30-Minute Meals 2, Rachel Ray (2003).

[7] 1-2-3 Dinner, Campbell’s (2004).

[8] New Cookbook Bridal Edition, 12th Edition, Better Homes and Gardens (2005).

[9] Small-Batch Baking, Debby Maugans Nakos (2004).

[10] Not Your Mother’s Slow Cooker Recipes for Two, Beth Hensperger (2007).

[11] Every Day Rachel Ray Magazine, see post for issue information.

[12] Busy People’s Slow Cooker Cookbook, Dawn Hall (2003).

[13] Cooks.com, specific recipes found in posts.

[14] RealSimple.com, specific recipes found in posts.

[15] Weight Watchers New Complete Cookbook, 3rd addition. (2006).

[16] Incredibly Easy One Dish. (2006).

[17] Barefoot Contessa at Home, Ina Garten  (2006).

[18] Barefoot Contessa Back to Basics, Ina Garten (2008).

[19] Just the Two of Us, Betty Crocker (2007).

[FNM] Food Network Magazine, see post for issue information.

[FN] Food Network. In the post I’ll link to the specific recipes found on FoodNetwork.com and state on which TV show the recipe was featured.

[FF] Family & Friends, A lot of my recipes are passed or gifted to me at various times from various people I know. If they reference a cookbook or source I’ll try to include it in the post. Otherwise, I will mention the family member or friend who gave me the recipe.



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