Food 52 Ice Cream and Friends is the greatest dessert book for ice cream. Ice cream is a treat to have all year not just in the summertime. I usually crave ice cream in the middle of winter which is sometimes a pain to get at the store, even if it doesn't melt. But … Continue reading I scream, you scream, we all scream for a cookbook!
Daria Song has a gift of making beautiful artwork. Her drawings are incredible, and I cannot get enough of her coloring books. The most recent one I have gotten is The Night Voyage. The book tells the story of a girl who travels on a train full of toys, and helps a man deliver them around … Continue reading Voyage into the Night.
No I will admit it, I am no size 2, or 4, or 6. But if i can eat something that looks good, taste good, and is easy as heck to cook, I am going to do just that, when is healthy is a great bonus. There are many meals that I have made that … Continue reading Skinny? Not so much. Delicious? Of Course!
I couldn't put down this cookbook. "To build the living room before the kitchen of the house would be ruin." - Count of Neufchateau French Country Cooking by Mimi Thorisoon is fantastic. Its a thick, and by thick I mean I almost lost a limb when I picked it up. It's 336 pages of photos, … Continue reading When In France.
What does an American living in Germany do? Learn to bake like a true German. This baking book is incredible. Really. Not only is there a pronunciation guide in the back of book, so you know what the heck it is your reading, but a guide for the measurements. I have googled, mL to oz … Continue reading Lassen Sie uns backen!
It's Martha Stewart. Need I say more? I was extremely excited to find out I get to review this book, I know that its been out a little over a month, but it's still exciting. I am a huge huge huge Martha Stewart lover. I used to watch her show all the time, I said … Continue reading Vegetables from Martha.
The London Cookbook by Aleksandra Crapanzano This book is the adventures of the author Aleksandra Crapanzano in London.In search of tahini cookies, she ended up with a fantastic book filled with delicious recipes. It has so many dishes from the top restaurants, cafes, and hole in the walls. I couldn't wait to try some of these! … Continue reading Where in London?
Cuba! Recipes and Stories from the Cuban Kitchen by Dan Goldberg, Andrea Kuhn, and Jody Eddy is almost a scrapbook of their trip to Cuba. They worked on this project for over 5 years, and honestly I wouldn't have that kind of patience. It was a great read,even without the recipes. As they recall their experience … Continue reading Cooking in Cuba!
Wee Alphas by Wee Society. 26 A to Z Postcards, from Angelfish to Zebra Honestly, I wasn't really sure what to expect when I received these postcards in the mail. I didn't know if the paper would be thick enough. Were the photos going to be great looking, or not. Not only is the paper … Continue reading Wee Little Cards
Recently I received a new cookbook to review called Cook Korean by Robin Ha. Here is her blog: Blogspot. It's filled with all the fun things she does, included her amazing art. This cookbook is basically a comic style written book, the food contains mainly korean ingredients, which I don't have access to some of them … Continue reading Cooking Korean. (Clever, I know)