Jenny is a temptress of the culinary kind, for sure. Not to mention the recipes being simple enough for him to help in the preparation of them too, which I always think helps picky eaters to be more apt for trying something new. I actually made my first batch ever of decorated cookies all by myself … well, with her book at my side. Bridget walks you through everything you need to know for creating cute cookies for all occasions.
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The simple step-by-step photos for each cookie design are very helpful, as well as the sections she shares on tips and troubleshooting. Shaina is as sweet as the treats in this book and she has created a tempting selection of individual dessert servings perfectly packaged in jars. Shaina tells how to choose the correct jars, and explains how to bake and freeze in jars, among other tips for making these tempting treats. A fun book for any dessert lover. Alice is a gem, and a sweet friend. She not only shares enticing recipes, but also, her heart.
Her food is approachable and family-friendly without being boring. I like the way Alice has organized this book by recipes for different life events and occasions, from a Tween Birthday Bash, to Family Game night, and everything in between. Another thing about Alice, is that she used to be a full-time cake decorator.
Handy tips for sure.
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Sweet Cream and Sugar Cones: Their Salted Caramel Ice Cream changed my view on what ice cream should be. The recipe for it is in this book, along with a slew of other frozen treats that will have you churning away in no time. The book explains basic ingredients and techniques for getting the best frozen results.
I thought her book could tide me over until I get the chance to visit. Jeni breaks down the ice cream process she uses to create her unique artisanal ice cream recipes, with step-by-step photos to help you along the way. There are also recipes for push-ups, techniques for making ice cream terrines and some fabulous sundae combinations. The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food from My Frontier.
If you know Ree you know you can depend on her for belly-pleasing food, and belly-shaking laughs. Her cookbooks are one happy page after another, full of vibrant photography and tasty recipes. Southern Living Heirloom Recipe Cookbook: I grew up with Southern Living magazine. This big book is a collection of recipes published over the years, highlighting many of the vintage photography originally published in the magazine. Cooking Light Real Family Food: This is a book I wish I would have had when my children were young.
It not only contains healthy kid-friendly recipes, but adult pleasing too.
Cooking Light Real Family Food
Most of the recipes are pretty simple and quick, but tasty too! Her recipes tease me into the kitchen and she always makes me feel like I can succeed. Each recipe in this book, co-authored by Lidia and her daughter, looks like the perfect comfort food, and is accompanied with thorough instructions and tips for successful results. Talk about a book bursting with colorful foods! It would make such a lovely gift for a culinary-inspired friend. Each fruit or vegetable in the book is featured in a recipe, along with mentions for other simple uses for that particular fruit or vegetable.
Ripe certainly creates a craving for fresh fruit and vegetables and helps think past the boring routine use of them. I love to see what cookbooks people feature… there are many of these I do not have! Just did a cookbook post myself today! I think this could really be helpful to people buying gifts! I also have a couple of these books and my favorite is Ripe; the beauty of that book can not be denied, the photography is spectacular.
I love Cook Without a Book! I have a few of these, all beautiful and full of deliciousness. Thank you so much for including my little book on your list. I love your recommendations, and you reminded me that I most definitely need to add Sweet Cream and Sugar Cones to mine. I had forgotten about it since it came out earlier in the year. I love ice cream.
Dark Chocolate Peppermint is great at this time of year! What a great collection Amy! Now I have to go add all of these to my Christmas List, my husband thanks you. Amy, thanks so much for including Ripe on your list. Thank you so much for including Decorating Cookies on your list!
Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Cooking Light Real Family Food: As founder of the popular website OneFamilyOneMeal. Cooking Light Real Family Food captures the spontaneity, intimacy, and fun of home cooking and inspires families to return to the kitchen table. Paperback , pages. Published September 4th by Oxmoor House first published August 30th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Also, I have a bone to pick with the size of the cookies. The accompanying photo shows a glass of milk with an average sized cookie propped against it. The recipe states "serves 48 serving size 1 cookie " and includes nutritional information accordingly. To make 48 cookies out of this small batch of dough they would have to be half the size. I conclude that the photo is misleading. It is deliciously crunchy. However, when I read the nutritional informational I was startled to read that a "serving size: I had failed to also read, "Think of this granola as a topping rather than a cereal".
So, why is it in the breakfast section? Feb 16, Laura rated it really liked it.
Good, especially on sauces and fish. I really liked her shopping and budgeting tips in the beginning of the book, too. I would have appreciated more slow cooker recipes, but overall this is a good, kid-friendly weeknight idea book.
One pet peeve - she mentions that she only uses seasonal, local produce when she can. This point is brought up a lot; she lives in northern CA so that's not too hard for her. It's obviously a good goal, but cookbook authors need to realize that not everyone lives in an Good, especially on sauces and fish.
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It's obviously a good goal, but cookbook authors need to realize that not everyone lives in an environment like that. Jan 02, Lauren rated it it was ok. I oddly sat down and read this cookbook cover to cover which I've never done before.
It gave me a few good ideas for easy dinners, but nothing spectacular. Might resonate more if I had kids to feed I suppose. Will update this review after actually cooking some of the recipes. New twists on old favorites. This is my boys' favorite cookbook and if I say something I made is from this book, my youngest picky about some stuff will always try it.
Jan 06, Anne rated it liked it.