I love the Internet for recipes – I DO! But, also, I just really like a good cookbook in hardcopy.
I just love cookbooks. I like to read them, get ideas from them, and will usually find a few recipes worth trying. If I find one really good ‘keeper’ recipe in a cookbook that the whole family enjoys, I am overjoyed. Unfortunately, good cookbooks can be expensive.
That’s why I was tickled about this form: Free Southern Living Cookbook.
Southern Living is one of my favorite recipe sources. They’ve always been my favorite cookbooks, as my family often likes the recipes that I try from them. I also like Taste of Home, the Top Secret Recipe series, Midwest Living, and Coastal Living magazines and cookbooks.
When I look online for recipes, I like Taste of Home, and Food Network. Also, often when I have an idea or a name, I check youtube to see if there’s a cook demonstrating the recipe. It’s really great for foreign cuisine and techniques that are unfamiliar.
I did find a few coupons to go with the rebate form. One is for Cracker Creations – $1.00 off
Click Here. I’ve never tried these, have any of you?
And Seattle’s Best Coupons: $1.50 off Seattle’s Best 4 pack.
My strategy is to use the $5.00 gift card that I won today and stock up on Hellman’s Mayo, since it’s a brand we are loyal to and it’s been on rollback at Walmart this week. Depending on the expiration date, I might fill in my order with one of the other items I have coupons on.
Can you use coupons and file rebates? Sure, I do it all the time. If you can’t, it will say so somewhere on the form or coupons, but usually I have a few more items on my receipt and just submit a longer receipt and I’ve not had any problems.