Seriously Delish: 150 Recipes For People Who Totally Love Food (2014)
Seriously Delish: 150 Recipes For Peo...
About book: I got this as a gift. Every recipe has a little story attached, much like a blog, which is how the author got the cookbook deal. Sometimes the stories are cute, but not enough that I would seek out her blog. The recipes look good, but so far I have only tried two recipes, because I find many of the recipes have hard to find ingredients, where I live.As for the recipes, the first, stuffed sweet potatoes, was pretty tasteless -- other than the sweet potatoes themselves (and a total failure with my husband). The second, baked eggs, had all the taste mixed in with the panko topping, and I thought it was good, but I would mix the herbs in with the eggs, skipped the panko and served it with whole grain garlic toast. For this one I had to search everywhere for fontina, but it didn't really add anything to the recipe. Next time I'll try a lowfat cheddar. After Dashing Dish, this was the second food blog I ever came across and fell in love...immediately. With all things Jessica and food and photos. This was the blog that inspired me to start my own food-ish blog. She's great and her cookbook verbiage stays true to what you'd find on her blog.However, I wish there were more photos!!! And not a huge fan with the layout/organization. BUT I CANNOT WAIT FOR HER NEXT ONE! (I'm positive she'll have more!)
A lovely cookbook filled with unusual recipes.
Darlene's PickCall #: 641.5 Mer
I wanted to eat this book.
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