Review: Rosalind Creasy’s Recipes from the Garden Part 1

Recipes From The GardenThis is Part 1 of my review series on Rosalind Creasy’s Recipes from the Garden, which covers a basic read-through of the cookbook, difficulty level and the quantity of recipes, familiarity of ingredients, and overall production quality.

I will start cooking from the book in Part 2. If I don’t do a Part 2, that means I don’t really use the book, which should give you an idea on its functionality.

Eventually, I’ll post the verdict, letting you know my overall opinion of things. First, on to the details!

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Review: The Japanese Grill, Part 3

The Japanese Grill

This is Part 3 of my review series on The Japanese Grill: From Classic Yakitori to Steak, Seafood, and Vegetables, which continues my cooking trials with the recipes in the book. Unfortunately, this will be my last attempt at cooking from this book.

In Part 1, I reviewed the general details of the book. For Part 2, tried out two more recipes and invited some guests over for dinner. I chose to try the Salmon with Shiso Pesto and the Foil-Baked Green Beans with Soy Sauce and Garlic.

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Review: The Pioneer Woman Cooks, Part 1

The Pioneer Woman CooksThis is Part 1 of my review series on The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Recipes from an Accidental Country Girl, which covers a basic read-through, difficulty level of recipes, familiarity of ingredients, and overall production quality.

I will start cooking from the book in Part 2. If I don’t do a Part 2, that means I don’t really use the book, which should give you an idea on its functionality. Eventually, I’ll post The Verdict, letting you know my overall opinion of things.

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