COMFORT FOOD

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Do you enjoy home-cooked comfort food?

If you're like me, you have a bookshelf full of cookbooks that never get used.

I decided to crack the spines of those lonely cookbooks and come up with my own inspired versions with an emphasis on healthy ingredients and simple straightforward instructions. More
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K. C. Boone, MSFE reviewed on on Nov. 22, 2013

A really nice cookbook filled with the "what and whys" which make trying new recipes so much fun. I also enjoy improvising when I cook, so this was a delightful read for me.
(review of free book)
Ria Stone reviewed on on Nov. 17, 2013

Just as we classify readers into genres and types, we can do the same with cookbook readers. I am a noncook. Sadly, I can hardly boil water, so when a cookbook offers "easy" recipes, I am interested. I am intimidated by elaborate recipes. Elaborate to me is a recipe with more than 5 ingredients, unusual food items, and multiple preparation processes. Also, unfortunately, I only have a hotplate, microwave and a slow cooker, so appliance intensive recipes won't work for me, not even a blender. (But, there's hope, maybe I will get one for Christmas.) While I appreciate Suzanne Elizabeth Anderson's generous offer of a free book of 30 healthy comfort food recipes, I could not use many of them. I was intrigued by the Wheat Waffles. I wish there had been a suggested ingredient list rather than items written in text for the Monster Turkey Sandwich. But, I think I can do the Simple Shrimp Fra Diavolo (whatever that is), the Fresh Tomato Pasta, the Slow and the Cooker BBQ Beef Ribs. I may try the Pot Roast Madness but I find buying meat a trip to a foreign land. I might even try the Two-Ingredient Strawberry Jam that will be an adventure since the idea of canning is a bit scary.
(review of free book)
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