Free Kindle Cookbooks Feb. 6th

The Hillbilly Housewife website is up and running again. I can not tell you how relieved I am that we didn’t lose all that awesome content. There’s still a little cleanup to do and some small improvements I want to make (nothing like a crisis to let you see things with clearer eyes), but I’m not quite ready for that first thing this morning. Instead, I grabbed my first cup of coffee and am browsing through free kindle cookbooks.

For more great Kindle cookbooks, check out my Amazon Author page.

Don’t forget to check each book and make sure it is still free by the time you download it. Prices can change throughout the day. Don’t have a kindle? Amazon has a variety of Kindle Apps to read these books on your computer, tablet or smartphone.

35 Chinese Recipes For Weeknights – The Easy Chinese Recipes Edition (Quick and Easy Dinner Recipes – The Easy Weeknight Dinners Collection)

This looks like the perfect solution for those nights when you’re seriously considering Chinese takeout. They are tasty, will fill that craving and almost as easy as (and sometimes faster than) takeout.

30 Delicious Ice Cream Cake Recipes

It’s still a little cold for my taste for much ice cream, but that will change quickly once it starts to warm up. These ice cream cakes look perfect for birthdays and other special occasions.

American Traditions: German Baking for the Holidays

Go look at the cover of this book. Do you see that stack of cookies on there? I bought some like that right before Christmas. My grandmother on my father’s side always had them for the Holidays but I had no idea how to make them myself. I can’t wait to bake from this book for Christmas this year.

Simple Emergency Water Storage

My husband and I used to live in a house with a well system that was run by an electrical pump. Whenever the power went out (which happened quite frequently during high winds), we were also out of power. We were very diligent about keeping emergency water ready. It was a good habit that I need to get back into.

All About Coffee

You know by now how much I love my coffee. This is an older book that covers the history of coffee up to the early 20th century. If you’re not interested in coffee history, skip this one. At over 800 pages it’s not a quick read, but I think I’ll enjoy browsing through it.

Did you know that you don’t need a kindle device to read these books? If you decide to buy one, I recommend this basic model. I’ve had one for quite some time and can highly recommend it.

I will do my best to share more free kindle books with you regularly as time permits. Subscribe to the blog or like the HBHW Facebook page to get updates each time I add more free reads.

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