What Are 5 Top Selling Cookbooks in November of 2015?
I thought it would be interesting to research and share the Top 5 Best Selling Cookbooks every month or so in case you want to add them to your collection.
As a cookbook fan, I like to know the Best Selling Cookbooks to see what I am missing or must have myself.
Who's Picking These Cookbooks?
I’m using Amazon.com to determine the best-selling cookbooks for the month because they are one of the biggest sellers of books online; they have the best reviews, most of us are familiar with them, and I have an affiliate program with them.
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So based on what I’m currently seeing at Amazon, it looks like the following cookbooks are their five best sellers so far in November.
#1. The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Dinnertime: Comfort Classics, Freezer Food, 16-Minute Meals, and Other Delicious Ways to Solve Supper! - Ree Drummond
Wow, what a title! Besides being the #1 best seller in November, it may win the longest cookbook title ever. Here's what the back cover says about the book:
The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Dinnertime is a beloved collection of all the scrumptious supper recipes that make their way through my kitchen in regular rotation, from main dish salads to satisfying soups to hearty casseroles to comfort food classics . . . and everything in between. I lay out all the different ways I tackle dinner in my house, from super-quick 16-Minute Meals to make-ahead Freezer Food to irresistible pasta and a bundle of brand-new crew favorites.
And here are some quotes from Amazon reviewers:
- This book is organized by type of meal. With categories such as comfort food, soup for dinner, salad for dinner, and breakfast for dinner, the book gives the reader a sense of the different meal possibilities.
- These recipes are like the food I grew up eating. Everyone looks great. Love all the pictures.
- What I love about this book: it is HUGE. I appreciate that it is filled with food my family would actually eat. There is nothing more annoying than buying a cookbook with just a handful of recipes we would try.