Tag: Book Review

BOOK REVIEW – FOOD AND FIRE by Marcus Bawdon

I’m a cookbook junkie, we have over 500 between us. Some we’ve inherited from our mothers and grandmothers, others gifts, recommendations or on a whim for a specific recipe. However, it’s always quite different reading a book when you know the author, when we can hear them speaking, feel...

BOOK REVIEW – The Kitchen Science Cookbook, Dr. Michelle Dickinson

As a child, I very quickly came to the conclusion that I was not cut out for anything vaguely scientific. Experiments, instead of being a bit of light-hearted fun, invariably turned into something incendiary, but never intentionally. So it was with great excitement that we agreed to review this...

Book Review : The Foodie by James Steen

It won’t have escaped people’s notice when they come to our home that we have rather a lot of books. On closer inspection one will notice that the vast majority of them in one room are cookbooks. I’d hazard a guess at around 500+, oh and the ones piled...

Book Review – The Leftovers Handbook

When I was young I used to peer into my Grandmothers fridge in wonderment at the cold potatoes, bowls of cold cuts or vegetables and wonder why they were taking up half the space. Those wonderful treasures would miraculously turn into a soup, or stew and be served the...
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