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Show Up For Salad by Terry Hope Romero

There is a surprising amount to like here, as the definition of ‘salad’ is really stretched nicely. Think beyond greens and instead to pretty much all kinds of vegetables, legumes, seeds, and nuts as a ‘salad’ in the non traditional … Continue reading

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The Crock-Pot Ladies Big Book of Slow Cooker Dinners

This ticks a lot of boxes in what to look for in a cookbook: clean format, photos of the final dishes, a large variety of recipes (from expected to unexpected), complete directions with nutritional/serving/notes and other info, and all nicely … Continue reading

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The Sugarsmart Cookbook For Kids by Georgia Varozza

After spending some time cooking several of these recipes, I did feel that the directions were easy to follow and the recipes tasty enough even for picky kids. But at the same time, in this modern age, it’s hard to … Continue reading

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31-Day Food Revolution by Ocean Robbins

It is hard not to like Ocean Robbins – he’s a modern day hippie on a quest to make the world better and ‘get off the grid’, so to speak. All the same, there is not a lot new here … Continue reading

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Fix-It and Forget-It Slow Cooker Freezer Meals by Hope Comerford

Cook it and Forget It lives up to the title: a large group of recipes collected from enthusiasts around the country that are easy to prepare en masse and then store and pull out daily to thaw and then slow … Continue reading

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How to Bake by Nick Malgieri

How to Bake lives up to its name: the recipes start simple in each chapter and then you build upon techniques and skills as you progress. Everything is laid out simply and without all the superfluous graphic design that can … Continue reading

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The Taco Tuesday Cookbook by Laura Fuentes

This is what you want in a cookbook: beautifully laid out, easy to follow, and a lot of interesting and honestly very healthy recipes. It’s a cookbook you won’t get bored of fast and most of the ingredients are very … Continue reading

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