Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Today I Made a Yucky Salad.

It's one of the first recipes I've tried from one of my Every Day with Rachael Ray magazines.  I have no idea where this magazine came from.  It just showed up one day and someone renewed my subscription.  If my sweet secret magazine buyer is a reader, thank you!  I read all of them.  But, sadly, this is the first recipe I've used.  I haven't been trying out new recipes lately (just lost interest for a little while, I guess).  And I wish I'd chosen something else.  It was a steak and egg salad.  The dressing was weak, the eggs were gross and the steak overdone (that was my bad).  **shrug**  I'll just have to do a dessert next time.  **big grin**

I do sometimes miss Rachael Ray.  Back during Ash's first year, I used to watch Rachael Ray's cooking shows all the time.  She was always making everything look so fun and easy.  I can't watch her shows anymore since we don't get reception, let alone free cable!  Oh well, TV is a waste of time anyways. 

How about you?  Where do you get your recipes?  I use a lot.  I have gotten a TON of fabulous recipes off of that site.  I also clip recipes from magazines, but the papers tend to pile up and then I just throw them all out.  I almost never use my cookbooks. 


Christy said...

That's too bad. I use a lot of Rachael Ray recipes, so don't give up on her!

Saimi said...

I get my recipes from all over. Family, magazines, but one I really like to use is from site

It's a blog and easy to follow!

Bon appetit!

Amy said...

My favorite recipe book is "Double Delicious" by Jessica Seinfeld. Everything I have made out of it has been really good! And she sneaks in veggies into every meal.

Charlotte (Life's a Charm!) said...

I watch Rachel Ray a lot! I like her cooking style! I have a few cookbooks that I browse through when I am feeling like something new!

Vicky said...

I have too many cookbooks. I'm addicted too them.
I love hunting for
recipes on the tasty kitchen.

and honey & jam, mainly for to satisfy my sweet cravings.

blueviolet said...

I kinda like her recipes because they're normal. I also like Taste of Home magazine for recipes but those are usually not that healthy. However they taste darn good!

Blogs are a good source for recipes too!

alissa4illustration said...

I use the classic red and white checkered cook book all the time.

I also get some recipes from some bloggers.

Aunt LoLo said...

My "darling" cookbook, for right now, is Baking: From My Home to Yours, by Dorie Greenspan. Everything turns out great, but it's all deserts.

For dinners, I'm SO proud. And stubborn. I hardly ever follow recipes. I read blogs for inspiration, and then throw together whatever I've got in the fridge. (But when I use recipes, dinner ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS comes out better. heh.)

Milk and Honey Mommy said...


My recipes come from everywhere. What really draws me are the pictures. I'll even make something w/an ingredient I don't particularly care for because the picture is so pretty. I also made a Rachael Ray recipe that I thought was blah and I was shocked. I can't remember what it was, but I won't be making that again. My oldest and I use to watch her regularly (back in the day when she first started) and he became a fan. I took him to one of her book signings and after all his talk and excitement of meeting her, he ran away from her when she wanted to take a picture w/him. He was young, so what can I say?

I have a vegetarian cook book that I am slowly working my way through and have quite a few favorites from that book.