Top Cookbooks for Mormons

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Are you looking for the perfect Cookbook gift for your wife. These gift ideas come from the best cooks the LDS church has to offer, along with some of the fattest husbands. No prejudice here: You can even buy these books for Men!

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Christmas Spotlight:

The Romney Family Table

Disappointed in losing the presidency, Mitt decides on a family cookbook.  He knows that Michelle doesn’t use butter.  This is a no loss situation.

#1:

Best Bites for Mormons

If you are married with kids, this is the best Cookbook.

#2:

Mormon Essentials Cook Book

You Know: Green Jello, Funeral Potatoes, leaven bread

#3:

Best Bites for Every Season

How do you think I gained 30 Pounds?

#4:

Gluten Free Shoestring Recipes

For BIG LDS Families with Gluten allergies

#5:

Barefoot Contessa Back to Basics

No. Not Barefoot and Pregnant.

Others to Consider:

Cookbook for College Kids

Great Gift for Kids at BYU Idaho – Kids at BYU eat at the Wilkinson Center

The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Recipes from an Accidental Country Girl

The Picky Palate Cookbook

BYU Cookbook

Hot Dogs – BBQ Salad – Tailgate Gifts – Lack of offense this year

Smoke & Spice: Cooking with Smoke, the Real Way to Barbecue

Third best book in the World

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