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Betty Crocker was the book of choice when I cut the apron strings and moved out on my own. I probably didn't actually look at it until after I was married--and, of course, DW had the same cookbook.

We also have 10 years of Southern Living cookbooks, which is probably our go-to set of books.

But as for recipes, you can go to our local Junior League's cookbook Lagniappe. We don't follow (to my knowledge) any recipe in it. It does hold 60+ loose recipes. Those are the golden don't-lose-these recipes.

The spaghetti sauce recipe from DW's Italian grandmother; and other classics.

Mike
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