Category Archives: cookbook

I Love My Wok by Nicola Graimes

I Love My Wok is a nicely laid out, easy to use cookbook for a wok. The recipes are cleanly presented, there are full size pictures for many of the meals, and a nice introduction with recommendations and tools in … Continue reading

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The 8-Week Blood Sugar Diet Cookbook

The 8 Week Blood Sugar Diet Cookbook brings healthy eating back around toward low carb, low calorie, Mediterranean style dieting but with intermittent fasting (very low calorie days). The emphasis is on diabetes management and prevention – even curing diabetes … Continue reading

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Taste and Technique by Naomi Pomeroy

While chef Pomeroy does present an argument for a homegrown attitude and distances herself from the ‘cult of celebrity’ of famous restaurant-owning chefs around the world, I have to admit I did find almost all of the recipes to seem … Continue reading

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Slough Dough Real Bread by Chris Young

Slow Dough Real Bread is a beautifully presented and easy to follow cookbook featuring bread recipes from around the world. Whether a Finnish pulla, San Francisco sourdough, or Istanbul breakfast bread, the list is quite comprehensive. This is a collection … Continue reading

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Broth and Stock by Jennifer McGruther

From the lengthy subtitle you get the full scope of this recipe book: directions for making non-greasy but rich broth as well as several recipes in which to use your new stock. The book is broken down by broth types … Continue reading

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Eaternity by Jason Wrobel

Eaternity is a very earnest cookbook best suited for very dedicated vegans rather than those looking for an occasional vegan dinner. The recipes are divided by health benefit rather than type – making it a book one would use when … Continue reading

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Berries by Stephanie Pederson

Berries is a book with a very surprising selection of recipes. When first browsing, I was continually stopping to check closely at the wide array of breakfasts, dinners, sauces, and side dishes. Combinations I had never though to put together … Continue reading

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