Canning Books, Fav SW Cookbooks
The thread about peppers gave birth to a parallel thread about dehydrators and canning (water bath v. pressure canning - pros and cons). I have a question about recommended books, so I thought I'd better start a new thread.
I've read several pieces of advice about using the "Ball Book" or the "Blue Ball Book." When I went to Amazon, I found THREE Ball books so decided to ask which you rely on, or maybe both are good.
Ball Blue Book Guide to Preserving 
Ball Complete Book of Home Preserving (2006)
Ball Blue Book Of Canning And Preserving Recipes (2010) - at 56 pages, this seems to be republished content from old cookery books; lots of reviews by irritated customers.
I lived in Arizona many moons ago, loved it. When I visited NM, I loved the food. Interesting, diverse, tasty. I plan to grow more varieties of peppers this year. This led me to another question (i know, the questions never stop ... drove my parents to distraction)
What are your favorite Southwestern or NM cookbooks?
(As a side note, I'll bet a thread about favorite cookbooks would be fascinating and HUGE. Maybe when the weather gets cold and everyone is inside? But y'all are having another heat wave so it's hard to know when that will happen.)