The Bob's Red Mill Cookbook contains 350-plus recipes using whole grains to create delicious and easy-to-prepare dishes.

New Cookbook & a Give-away

by Cassidy Stockton in Contests, Featured Articles, Uncategorized
The Bob's Red Mill Cookbook contains 350-plus recipes using whole grains to create delicious and easy-to-prepare dishes.

The Bob's Red Mill Cookbook contains 350-plus recipes using whole grains to create delicious and easy-to-prepare dishes.

The long anticipated sequel to our Mill family Baking Book, the Bob’s Red Mill Cookbook has finally hit store shelves. We’ve slaved over recipes and proofreading for the last two years and are happy to be releasing a new book filled with recipes geared toward whole grain cooking. Recipes were gathered from our recipe files, from chefs who have taught at our cooking school, and some were developed right here by our culinary specialists  Chelsea Lincoln and Lori Sobelson just for this book.

I love baking, but what makes me truly enthusiastic about getting into my kitchen (and cleaning the mess that’s left from my last project) is cooking with whole grains. I’ve been excited for this book since I first looked at the recipe list and have already tried a few at home.  Each has been spectacular. I am confident that this book will be a great addition to any cook’s collection.

Something that I really like about this book is the eclectic collection of different recipes from around the world; recipes such as Gazpacho Bulgur Salad and African Peanut Stew. It also contains many recipes that have been customer favorites for years, such as Scottish Oatcakes and Quinoa-stuffed Collard Wraps. Each recipe is designated whether it is gluten free, vegetarian or vegan.

To celebrate our book’s release, I’m going to give away three signed copies of this book. To enter for your chance to win an autographed copy, leave a comment below and tell me what cookbook you couldn’t live without. I will select winners randomly from all who comment. Contest ends this Monday, November 2nd at 5 pm PST.

If you’re not a lucky winner, watch for our book to be on special later in November through the holidays. Books can be purchased on our website or at your local book retailer. We’ll be sharing recipes from this book later in the month.

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94 Responses to “New Cookbook & a Give-away”

  1. I received “A Taste of Oregon” as a wedding gift nearly 20 years ago. Of my several hundred cookbooks, the dog eared recipes in this book remain family favorites.

  2. I am very fond of The Allergy Self-Help Cookbook by Marjorie Hurt Jones. Most of the recipes are free of corn, gluten, sugar, wheat, egg, milk, soy and yeast. This is very helpful when one has at least 22 food allergies.

  3. I use the Ultimate Rice Cooker Cookbook, for recipes using grains, pilafs, even desserts. We eat a lot of rice and oatmeal and quinoa.

  4. I like to refer to Joy of Cooking. Your website would not come up when I tried to enter late this afternoon, but seems to be ok now. Looking forward to the new book!

  5. I use Joy of Cooking a lot for reference, but couldn’t live w/out our family’s personal collection of recipes.

  6. My husband has just recently been diagnosed gluten intolerant and I am in love with the magazine Living Without. Prior to this any and all cookbooks caught my interest (I have a closet full) and am trying to convert our favorite recipes to be Gluten Free. I can’t wait for your cookbook to be released!

  7. I used Gluten Free Cooking for Dummies when my daughter was first diagnosed and it simplified my life!!

  8. Dianna Schroeder

    I am a Southern Living at HOME consultant and one of my favorite cookbooks from Southern Living is “Fix it and Forget it” a slow-cooker cookbook. Before I discovered this book my idea of cooking was Fix it or Forget it!

  9. The book I can’t live without is my family circle cookbook. I have had this book for over 15 years and it is all worn, the binding is falling apart, pages are earmarked, pages have splotches of food from past cooking sessions, and it is full of notes in the margins. It is like my cooking Bible.

  10. Oh how I wish that I could change my family’s eating patterns. Would love to win a cookbook! I love Bob’s Steel Cut Oats! They even have them at our Costco.

  11. I love The New Mayo Clinic Cookbook. It’s full of heart healthy recipies and it’s beautifully presented. Recipies include a breakdown of nutrients as well as calorie and fat content. The book also features shopping tips and menu strategies.

  12. I have shelves and shelves of cookbooks-but I always go back to the copy of “joy of cooking” that I recieved from my father when I got married back in 1985. it has everything. and I love the banana bread recipe!

  13. I’m with Eric. I couldn’t get along without my own collection of recipes that I have been keeping in an old binder ever since I got married. I have dozens of cookbooks, and it would be like sayine one of my children was my favorite! Most of my cookbooks are favorites because I love to cook and I love to try new recipes.

  14. For the basics of the culinary arts the Joy of Cooking out-shines all other books on my shelf. Hopefully their next edition will contain more information on substitutions, especially gluten-free. Gluten-free is growing – they’re bound to notice the trend.

  15. It’s falling apart, but my 25+ year old Betty Crocker cookbook is a staple in my kitchen.

    A cookbook with recipes using whole grains would be a wonderful addition to my collection of cookbooks, as my doctor says I should eat a “low glycemic” diet, because of insulin intolerance.

  16. Hard to choose just one cookbook I couldn’t live without. I use so many! However, I think my favorite is a compilation of family recipes that was put together by my partner’s Mom, and given to him as a gift when he went off to college more than 20 years ago. It’s a handwritten collection, which we’ve added to over the years with new favorites. We love making his childhood recipes, especially the one for blueberry cobbler!

  17. The first cookbook I ever received after I married was the Better Homes and Gardens cookbook with that classic red/white check pattern… The cover has long ago fallen off, but its still my go to when I have a basic question! :)

  18. I learned to cook from a 1970s Betty Crocker cookbook. I still use some of the recipes today. It is held together with duct tape and spills and splatters!!

  19. My favorite cookbook has to be the one my mother made of all our family favorite recipes. About three years ago the three daughters got together for the first time in a long time to celebrate the holidays with our mother and she surprised us with the cookbook. It’s filled with not only the recipes we grew up with, but little stories about where the recipe came from, what it meant to her to make them and funny things we did or said the first time she made them. It is one of my most precious treasures.

  20. Ever since I was first married in 1967, the Better Homes & Gardens has been a reference. In fact, I learned how to cook using that cookbook.

  21. I am still using my 39 year old Betty Crocker Cookbook and my Swedish Ladies Aid Society Cookbook. Both have given me confidence to try new things and the ability to teach both my daughters to cook. Bob’s Red Mill Store used to be one of our “date days” to buy cracked corn, feed the birds and laugh.

  22. It’s not really a cookbook, but I couldn’t live without Clean Eating Magazine….it always has TONS of good recipes in it and I’m always trying new things because of it. And the best thing is that a new one comes out every two months!

  23. Christy Stephens

    Back to the Table by Art Smith is a great cookbook that I had received as a gift from my sister. It combines great recipies as well as fun memories in the kitchen for our family!

  24. Deceptively Delicious has been a fun book to creatively get healthy foods back into my kids’ diets! It has been a great starting point for all my recipies.

  25. Jeanne Ridley

    Favorite cookbook is “Fix-It and Forget-It” slow cooker cookbook. Classic easy cooking, but unfortunately is not GFCF!

  26. I am glad I found this blog. Info presented here have helped me a lot. I typically look for this type of knowledge on ezines. However I will pop-up by additional often. healthy-dieting.zxq

  27. Holly Ellerton

    I love to bake and have many favorite recipe books. I also have lots of good magazine and websites I get recipes from. I love “Living without”, “101 cookbooks ” and “GlutenFreeGodess”. I would love to add to my collection.

  28. Margaret Vargas

    Growing up I used my mom’s Betty Crocker’s 1st ed. 1950’s book. I received my own new book when first married in 1979. I wanted my mother’s book when I left home, and my daughter wanted my copy when she was married. She found a 1970’s book on E-Bay and I received a 1950’s reprint a few years ago.
    I get recipes from my Living Without E-mail newsletter. I haven’t any Gf books and would love to have one.

  29. I am so excited about Gluten-Free Oats!
    Finally I can eat Oatmeal-Raisin cookies again, I have missed them so much!
    I have as a reference for recipes; Betty Crocker’s cookbook & Hershey’s chocolat lovers cookbook. I always have to subsitute
    the ingredients & it’s always a challenge.
    Getting a gluten free cookbook , would make my life easier.

  30. For my smoothies, I add about 1 tablespoon chia seeds and hemp protein powder along with a small banana, frozen fruit, almond milk, water and some greens such as chard or kale. You would think all those nutritious ingredients wouldn’t taste fabulous, but it does!