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Kate Gosselin's Cookbook, Love Is in the Mix

Will You Buy Kate Gosselin's Cookbook?

TLC's mom of eight, Kate Gosselin, has found much success with her first two books, Multiple Bles8ings ($11) and Eight Little Faces ($14) — both hit the New York Times Best Seller list.

In November, Kate's third book, Love Is in the Mix ($30), will hit bookstores and help fellow parents "make meals into memories." Known for feeding her family organic, the star of Jon and Kate Plus 8 will share her nutritious recipes, tips for making traditions, mealtime blessings, and craft projects. Will you buy the book to use in your kitchen?


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starofsorrow starofsorrow 8 years
Eeh. I'm not big on buying cookbooks. I might page through it at the bookstore if I ever see it. Who knows?
FrankiLee FrankiLee 8 years
I agree with you Nadia!! I couldn't believe when I saw her make that, especially since she's so big on organic and healthy foods. Ugh!
Nadia24gv Nadia24gv 8 years
Hell no, all she really ever makes is "monkey munch" which is basically a bag of sugar. And she is so misinformed she thinks turkey bacon means it's healthy. Hey, maybe she can start making Rooster Bacon, you know, it would be named after her hair!
mhg mhg 8 years
i love kid cookbooks and own quite a few. but i won't buy hers. i'm not interested in her traditions or mealtime blessings, especially given that her loving family is kind of a farce. she needs to stop all this nonsense and really focus on her kids and her marriage. kids don't need a 1.5 million dollar home to feel loved. they don't need trips to hawaii at the expense of their innocence and their parents' marriage. she keeps saying she's doing this for her kids, but i question that.
hausfrau hausfrau 8 years
After clicking on the link to see her recipes mentioned here in the past.... Cream cheese on bread with cucumbers? Umm k. Putting apple on a turkey sandwich and calling it fall? Groundbreaking. A jar of peanut butter and a banana on bread? Wow, innovative. I hate to be a hater but if this is what one can look for in that book, thats pretty disappointing.
kurniakasih kurniakasih 8 years
No because I don't buy cookbooks, I usually get recipes from the Internet.
luckyme luckyme 8 years
Nope. Probably not. Then again, I don't really buy any cookbooks. I tend to go to the internet for recipes.
brilliance13 brilliance13 8 years
I will review in the bookstore :p
Chouette4u Chouette4u 8 years
I voted yes, but I don't really know why.
French-Kiss French-Kiss 8 years
It made me laugh how you wrote "i'm not interested in what K does in the kitchen" :p Said no, don't know her.
kia kia 8 years
It isn't because I am hating on Kate, but I just don't think we may have some of the same food preferences. I typically don't get along with a mid-western diet (organic or not).
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