Recipe Book Challenge

If you are like me, you have a great collection of recipe books that you have never cooked from! I can tell you that the last three Jamie Oliver books in my collection have not been experimented with. So, this month’s challenge is to randomly pick a recipe from a recipe book you have not used and cook / bake it. The challenge falls over the entire month, so feel free to enter as many recipes as you would like to the linky party – which will be open from today until the 29th.

You must link back to this blog post if you are taking part, as well as include the following code in your post: (between the [ and ] and if you use wordpress, insert using the HTML page and not the visual page)

Code n.1 blogger, typepad, and all sites that accept the <script> tag

[<!– start InLinkz script –>

<script type=”text/javascript”>
document.write(‘<script type=”text/javascript” src=’ + new Date().getTime() + ‘”></script>’);</script>
<!– end InLinkz script –>]

Code n.2 If you are on a blog or any system that does not permit script tags

[<!– start InLinkz script –>

<a href=”″><img style=”border:0px” src=”″></a>
<!– end InLinkz script –>]

Have a super fun time with this challenge – and there may just be a surprise of a prize!


Click on the links below to see who did what with their 7 ingredients:


Bam’s Kitchen








For more food blog challenges, see The Food Blog Diary.


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22 thoughts on “Recipe Book Challenge

  1. Definitely going to take part in this one! Got so many new books for Christmas and my birthday…now the challenge is to just decide on which book!!!

  2. I too have quite a collection, many of which have never been cooked from. Great challenge, I hope to take part.

  3. OH, I definitely want to do this! I don’t have any books I haven’t cooked ANYTHING from, but there are definitely a few I made one or two recipes from and then haven’t touched for a year since–NOT because the recipes weren’t good, I just never got back to the books.

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