Tag: cookbook

Review | She Cooks, She Scores by Jennifer F Stoker

***This is a sponsored post. I was provided a copy of She Cooks, She Scores for the purpose of review. All opinions are my own and no other compensation has been received. Now that we’ve got that out of the way…*** Food-based memoir, on the surface, should be an easy mark to hit. After all, […]

Worldly Recipes with a Trader Joe’s touch

Imagine creating a cookbook with the idea of using products from Trader Joe’s Well, that’s exactly what Cherie Mercer Twohy has done.  And while TJ’s is not associated with the project, Twohy has done an admirable job of creating a full slate of international recipes using TJ’s items. Chapters include the expected stuff  like Italian, […]

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 […]

Cooking, Health, Nutrition, Cookbook Review: Rawlicious

Cookbook Review: Rawlicious A cookbook is a misnomer because Rawlicious is about doing it in the raw; no cooking allowed. Food can be grown, foraged, food processed (in the food processor not processed foods), blended, strained, infused, power juiced and dehydrated. The authors Peter and Beryn Daniel are both classically trained chefs who have lived […]

Make Your Own Cookbook?

Do you love to cook and have a lot of great ideas? I know my mom has been making my “Favorite” recipes for years and I have them written down, but not all in one spot. I have multiple cookbooks with the best of the best recipes, but it takes up a lot of space. […]

Cooking Light Comfort Food Cookbook

Comfort food. Say the words in polite society and people smile pleasantly thinking about their favorite comfort foods. Comfort food will never go out of style. While food trends come and go, comfort food is in it for the long haul. I think about comfort food more when the weather is cold or on a […]

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 […]

Cookbook Review: Eat, Shrink, Be Merry

Here are two sisters — Janet and Greta Podleski who devote their lives to writing about “great tasting food that won’t go from your lips to your hips.” The book – Eat, Shrink & Be Merry, has over 190 pages of mouth watering cooking tips, cartoons, pop quizines, factoids, and recipes. You must have a […]