Category Archive: cookbook

Monday Book Review: Pizzas (The Little Guides)


From the inside flap: The Little Guide to Pizzas reveals the endless possibilities of pizza. With over 95 recipes, it shows you how to make traditional, best-loved and highly inventive versions of one… Continue reading

Monday Book Review: Pasta (The Little Guides)


  Pasta (Little Guides) [Paperback]   From the Inside Flap Pasta, once a humble peasant dish, is now an international culinary superstar. Why has this happened? It’s because pasta is not only simple to… Continue reading

First Friday Free Recipe: White Spinach Salad


This month’s recipe from “Simple, Healthy, Fresh 1.0” is White Spinach Salad. Sometimes during these hot summer months when the heat is just too much to stand over a hot range, steaming your… Continue reading

Monday Book Review: The Little Guides Low-Carb


Low-carb (The Little Guides) courtesy of Amazon.com From the inside flap: A low-carbohydrate diet is  designed to help you reduce weight without going hungry. By reducing your total carbohydrate intake and increasing your consumption… Continue reading

Monday Book Review: The Little Guides Soups


The Little Guides Soups by Janine Flew From the Amazon Description and book back: Overview Soups and stews are family favorites- nutritious, delicious, and easy to prepare. Whether you’re looking for a satisfying… Continue reading

Monday Book Review: Vegetarian (The Little Guides)


  Vegetarian (The Little Guides), by Fog City Press From the covers: When cooking for your family and friends, you want to present food that’s as nourishing and attractive as possible. In this… Continue reading

Monday Book Review: Two for One Chicken cookbooks from Parragon


Parragon Publishing put out two different small hardcover Chicken Cookbooks, which I happened to purchase at bargain/clearance sales (at different times during the year). I thought I had purchased a chicken only cookbook before, but… Continue reading

First Friday Free Recipe: Blueberry Pork Salad


From the Chapter Introduction for Pork in “Simple, Healthy, Fresh 1.0“:   I love cooking with Pork, being versatile it can be made into most any cuisine, from Asian, African, European and even… Continue reading

Monday Book Review: The Recipe Deck: Quick & Easy


The Recipe Deck: Quick & Easy by Fog City Press From the back of the box: Portable: Designed to take shopping in your pocket, purse or briefcase. Durable: Beautifully printed on sturdy paper with… Continue reading

Monday Book Review: Homestyle Vegetarian


Homestyle Vegetarian by Bay books   From the back cover: With more than 150 recipes of diverse origins and flavors, Homestyle Vegetarian is an indispensable reference for every home cook. Designed for easy use, each… Continue reading