A Year With Six Sisters' Stuff: 52 Menu Plans, Recipes, And Ideas To Bring Families Together (2014)
A Year With Six Sisters' Stuff: 52 Me...
About book: I usually find cookbooks a waste because there are just one or two recipes I can fix that my family will eat. I tend to find way more I would like to try but am the only one. However, with this book I am finding that is not the case. We have fixed about 5-6 with a few more things to try. They have been hits so far. I am giving it a three star rating as some of the recipes are similar to what we already have on our rotation so for me it was not as useful in that regard. Enjoyed it and might buy it. Granted, I have only tried a couple of recipes in this cookbook, but this is a cookbook I would be willing to buy if several recipes work out. Nearly every recipe got a "i want to try this" from me, which doesn't happen often. I liked the idea of theme meals, and I think I found more recipes to try than their first cookbook. I do like how they have simple ingredients for most of their recipes and I also liked the pictures. Several of my "g0-to" recipes are from the 1st cookbook, so this one was a winner in my book. May add to this review once I try more of the recipes. I also liked the little family tradition ideas.
There are a lot of good recipes in this book.The recipes are simple and easy.
Great recipes and I like that they put menu plans together.
Easy to prepare, quick and practical recipes.
Love this book!
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