Notes and Reviews

  • Anderson is the wizard of Japanese cooking and works his magic delivery real Japanese cuisine that happens to be vegan.
    by Eat Your Books about Vegan JapanEasy added on March 09, 2020   -  full review

  • Vegan recipes from an expert that are approachable and appealing to all eaters.
    by Eat Your Books about Vegetable Kingdom added on March 03, 2020   -  full review

  • ..quirky and delicious and every hipster, hipster wannabe or just all-around cool person needs Butter & Scotch in their lives..
    by The Cookbook Junkies about Butter & Scotch added on February 27, 2020   -  full review

  • From the queen of pies, the guide to all your pie needs.
    by Eat Your Books about Art of the Pie added on February 27, 2020   -  full review

  • ...the story of what makes things sour and provides a varied collection of recipes that maximize the power of this taste...taught with sourdough, vinegar (yeah!), fermented foods and more.
    by Eat Your Books about Sour added on February 27, 2020   -  full review

  • "To me See You on Sunday is the American dinner equivalent of Mastering the Art of French Cooking. It is the resource we need for classic meals, any night of the week."
    by Eat Your Books about See You on Sunday added on February 26, 2020   -  full review

  • ...she reintroduces people to simple ingredients as if they're treasures hidden in plain sight — and at the end, there's always a meal that turns out to be more than the sum of its parsnips.
    by NPR about Art of Simple Food added on February 24, 2020   -  full review

  • Thank goodness for Alice Waters...visionary, cook, and indefatigable advocate. She's the one who picks up the pan and keeps banging on it when the rest of us have given up in sheer exhaustion.
    by Boston Globe about Art of Simple Food added on February 24, 2020   -  full review

  • With its homespun snapshots, “The Corn Exchange Cookbook” is not exactly a lavish gift book, but its pages promise to become stained and dog-eared from frequent use.
    by The New York Times about Corn Exchange Cookbook added on February 17, 2020   -  full review

  • The power of women uniting for a cause is unstoppable especially combined with the therapy that baking provides.
    by Eat Your Books about Rage Baking added on February 12, 2020   -  full review

  • ... is a chance to experience Russian culture that is approachable and exciting. Darra provides us a fascinating education in all things Russian and we are the better for soaking up her expertise.
    by Eat Your Books about Beyond the North Wind added on February 11, 2020   -  full review

  • Recipes use a colorful mosaic of beans from Lady cream peas to red lentils. International dishes such as Chinese-style noodles with black beans and shiitakes will take us around the world of flavor.
    by Eat Your Books about Cool Beans added on February 06, 2020   -  full review

  • A superb collection of pasta dishes from a master.
    by Eat Your Books about Gennaro's Pasta Perfecto! added on January 28, 2020   -  full review

  • While the recipes are wonderful in concept and flavor, the actual recipe writing and overall writing quality of the book are quite lacking.
    by Everyday Annie about Emily: The Cookbook added on January 25, 2020   -  full review

  • A gorgeous book that is filled with scrumptious recipes that are a breeze to recreate at home!
    by Eat Your Books about Little Flower Baking added on January 23, 2020   -  full review

  • Dinner time can be quick, easy and delicious with Yasmin's one-pot wonders.
    by Eat Your Books about Keeping It Simple added on January 23, 2020   -  full review

  • The one Indian cookbook that will always remain in my collection as it is a gift to my palate and spirit.
    by Eat Your Books about Dishoom: From Bombay with Love added on January 14, 2020   -  full review

  • Create pie masterpieces with Instagram sensation Karin Pfeiff-Boschek's debut cookbook.
    by Eat Your Books about Elegant Pie added on January 09, 2020   -  full review

  • A motivating debut cookbook from a Top Chef winner that brings elevated cuisine from South Philly.
    by Eat Your Books about Laurel added on January 09, 2020   -  full review

  • Experiment with new flavors and textures with the GBBO series 7 quarter finalist.
    by Eat Your Books about New Way to Cake added on January 07, 2020   -  full review

  • ...an attractive book for the vegetarian in your life bored with the same old dull veggie lasagne or mushroom risotto, or for an omnivore unconvinced that a mushroom or an aubergine can satisfy.
    by Kavey Eats about Bazaar added on January 06, 2020   -  full review

  • Many of the recipes have multiple components and what appear to be long ingredient lists, but I think once you actually take the time to try them, they aren’t nearly as complicated as they might seem.
    by Everyday Annie about Elizabeth Street Cafe added on January 06, 2020   -  full review

  • With recipes such as Parmigiano crespelle en brodo and an entire chapter devoted to the feast of the seven fishes, this book is gold.
    by Eat Your Books about Dinner at the Club added on January 02, 2020   -  full review

  • A gorgeous journey that begins and ends with chocolate!
    by Eat Your Books about Casa Cacao added on January 01, 2020   -  full review

  • An interview with the authors.
    by The Kitchn about Joy of Cooking, Revised and Updated added on December 31, 2019   -  full review