Tag: cookbook review

Cookbook Review: Delish Just Four Ingredients Fast

I love the idea of this book. It’s summer. I’m lazy. It’s too hot to cook too complicated fare. I like the idea that I can create something delicious with only four ingredients. Of course, knowing me I will always add some spices or hot sauce or salsa but you don’t have to. The book […]

Cookbook Review: What Color is your Smoothie?

Cookbook Review: What Color is your Smoothie? I love my blender. I love my blender. It makes me happy, a happy ender. Okay, enough silliness but I do love my blender as well as my melon baller, coffee maker and microplane. Those are my four favorite kitchen gadget appliances. I’m a minimalist at heart and […]

Cookbook Review: The Art of Raw Food

Cookbook Review: The Art of Raw Food Raw food is what it is – food that is not cooked. Raw food is not all about eating vegetable salads and fruit cups. Raw food is environmentally friendly and sustainable. The word cookbook is a misnomer because no cooking happens yet the recipes are more complex than […]

Cookbook Review: Gluten-Free Cookbook, Cooking Light

Cookbook Review: Gluten-Free Cookbook, Cooking Light Now you can have your cake, your pasta, your muffins and eat it too. Delicious! People with gluten allergies are no longer relegated to the same old odd-tasting food. As a matter of fact, did you know that the gluten-free diet is one of the fastest growing health related […]

Not just Another Cookbook About Pasta

Lord knows the food world is filled with a plethora of pasta cookbooks. So when the folks sent me a copy of “The Geometry of Pasta” by Caz Hildebrand and Jacob Kenedy I was reluctant to even open it. But the cover was intriguing, beautiful black and white drawings of all sorts of pastas. This […]

Cookbook Review: BBQ 25 – Inspired Fathers Day Gift

Image via Wikipedia BBQ 25 may be the most perfect grill related book on the planet. On the plus side, it’s shaped like a bible and the pages are laminated. I presume its style is to stand out among a crowded BBQ book niche but also for practicality. Accidentally, drop some sauce or handle with […]

Cooking With All Things Trader Joe’s – Cookbook Review

Being a working woman, I go through spurts of cooking from scratch when I feel the need to slow down and smell the roses.   My lifestyle tends to involve the microwave more than the oven.  But, what I yearn for is flavor!  Something I don’t often get with my microwave concoctions even though they are […]

Cookbook Review: Century of Flavor

In the kitchen many aromas entice and entrance us. Some smells flood us with warm memories of childhood, among them is the unforgettable scent of pure vanilla. Remember when mom put a teaspoon into the Toll House cookie batter or a drop into baked apples? Aromas and flavorings are captured in a moment of time […]