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So far, so good! 16 avril 2013
Par C. Serrano - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I bought this book based on an Amazon recommendation, and the ability to see the preview. The table of contents, and what the preview revealed piqued my interest, since I had never heard of the author's blog until I read her book. I pre-ordered the book and have been working through it at a steady pace ever since it arrived. So far, I've been pretty happy with it. I really like her writing style, and the photography has a nice touch/depth to it. I'm also a fan of the matte paper the book uses as well, since I hate when I'm trying to read a book and it produces a glare from glossy paper.

As for the recipes, I have 56 of them bookmarked, and so far I've done 10 of them. Hands down, my favorite item thus far has been the mushroom bolognese. I am lucky to have access to a butter infused olive oil (but it's not actually butter, the makers use different herbs and spices, e.g., celery seed, to achieve the buttery taste). I used it to saute the onions and mushrooms and it really added a lovely flavor. For those of you that are game, I would highly recommend using a combo of olive oil and ghee, as it will give it an extra oomph.

I also made the lentil ricotta meatballs. These have major potential, but will require me to play around with them to get it just right (which I like to do with recipes anyway); however, even without tweaking they are pretty tasty. The drawback to this particular recipe is that the author does not state what type of lentils one should/could use. I emailed her and she responded within a few hours to let me know that there had been some typos in that recipe. Anyway, she said one could use the French lentils, or regular brown ones--I used the French ones. I think it would also been beneficial for her to include how to prepare lentils for any beginner that would like to approach that recipe (FYI: 1 cup lentils, to 3 cups H2O, 45 minutes cooking/simmer time, yield of about 2.5/3 cups cooked lentils). In addition, I'm going to need to play around with adding something (maybe ground flax seeds, or oats, or chickpea flour, or mozzarella...??) so that the meatballs actually bind well and stay in a ball shape. They pretty much ended up like ground "meat". It was fine since I stuck them in a sub, and they were nonetheless delicious, but it would be great to figure out how to make them keep their shape in case one wanted to serve them atop pasta, or as an appetizer, etc. Finally, I'm not really a fan of frying these guys up. I'm going to play around with pan frying them to quickly brown the outside, and baking them since I hate wasting that much oil for one dish, and it leaves a "fry" smell in the house (think falafel, and that's kind of the gist of these meatballs).

The drop biscuit chicken pot pie is excellent, and the intro story that came with it brought me to tears. My only tweak for the next round of making this will be to increase the amount of filling, since it really wasn't enough for the biscuits. They are also flexible in that you could add other veggies to the mix. I happened to have some broccoli I need to use up, but no frozen peas. Came out great.

Speaking of the biscuits, the "fluffy drop biscuit" recipe that is used for the chicken pot pie is AMAZING. Quick and delicious!

I've also made her roasted chicken which uses a pretty cool temperature technique that made the skin nice and crisp, but kept the chicken juicy. I also did her pot of beans recipe, but transferred it to the slow cooker instead of stove top. The beans were so very creamy and flavorful.

I recently made her brown butter pear and apple pie. HELLO! So good. Again, however, I would increase the filling on this one by adding another apple or so. I'm usually a fan of more crust to fruit, but in this case it was a little too much crust to fruit, but so very good nonetheless. The pears add a nice twist, and her purposeful omission of cinnamon is spot on, since you can really appreciate the flavor of the apples and pears and browned butter without the cinnamon to drown them out.

Speaking of her pie, her "foolproof pie crust" recipe is just that. Quick to pull together, roll it out, and sha-bang you have an excellent, yet easy, pie crust. The cornmeal adds a nice little bite.

Finally, my attempt at her pumpkin apple cake was an absolute disaster. But, I didn't have whole wheat pastry flour and decided to use all purpose instead. This substitution usually does not pose a problem, but in this case it did... or, it's not that good of a recipe. I won't be trying it again, so someone else may have to speak on it/vouch for it.

Overall, a great book that I am really enjoying working with. I don't want to give away the five stars just yet, because there are still so many recipes to try. I'll update again once I've covered more. But, so far, so good!
8 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
My Kind of Cooking - A Must-Have Cookbook for Food Lovers 11 avril 2013
Par Laura - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I've been a casual reader of Jennifer Perillo's "In Jennie's Kitchen" food blog for years, popping in every month or two to check out her latest recipes and musings. I purchased this cookbook with a bit of hesitation, worrying that it might be a repetition of her blog. What I found inside was a revelation: recipes for delicious, healthy, home-cooked meals that are easy to make.

I consider myself an intermediate-level home cook; I'm comfortable with the basics and confident in my ability to create meals on the fly. That said, I love getting new recipes and inspiration from cookbooks. Homemade With Love is my favorite type of cookbook. It's full of fresh, wholesome ingredients but recipes that aren't too fussy to make. Jennie is a busy working mother, so she emphasizes nutritious meals that don't take hours of hands-on time to prepare.

The cookbook begins with an introduction from Jennie outlining her cooking philosophy, her tips on building a well-stocked pantry, and then typical cookbook recipe chapters. One thing I love about this cookbook is that each recipe is labeled with icons to denote vegetarian, gluten-free, dairy-free, make ahead, 30-minutes-or-less, and other helpful qualities. This makes it easy to scan the cookbook for recipes that suit your needs.

The recipes themselves are straightforward, easy-to-read, and delicious. Each begins with a brief anecdote or description, the list of ingredients, and detailed cooking instructions. Thus far, I have tried several recipes (homemade ricotta, linguine with white clam sauce, and brown butter pear apple pie). Each has turned out beautifully, with well-balanced flavors and a "homey" feel. I especially love Jennie's approach to making ricotta cheese; I've been making my own for several years. However, her addition of heavy cream and buttermilk makes the final result much more creamy and delicious (previously, I made mine with just whole milk).

A note for vegetarians: this is not designed to be a vegetarian cookbook, but it contains a number of meatless recipes. I feel that the variety of meatless options would still make this worth a look, and the numerous meatless options could easily be tweaked to suit other dietary needs.

Overall, I highly recommend this cookbook for anyone with a love for homemade cooking. With a great mixture of basic techniques and more complex dishes, Homemade With Love makes home cooking an enjoyable, delicious adventure.
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But it for the "Frappuccino" recipe!!!!! 26 juillet 2014
Par LamFam - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This cookbook features simple recipes, but I really enjoyed it!

The best one of all caught me totally by surprise - the recipe for the Coffee Frappe, which is the author's take on the Starbucks Frappuccino. How did it never occur to me to make my own Frappuccino when I make nearly everything else from scratch? I don't know, but the recipe alone is worth the cost of the book. It tastes great, but obviously you can tweak it to make it taste even better. Richer, stronger, sweeter, or with mint chocolate chips. The possibilities are limitless.

Another recipe I also enjoyed was the chicken pot pie with drop biscuits. Chicken pot pie is one of the favs this house, but I don't make it as often as I should, because of the part where I have to roll out the dough. I have a stand mixer, I have silpat, I have a french rolling pin..... yet somehow I can't get past that hump where I have to actually roll the dough. It's as if the author knows all my secret weaknesses and wrote this recipe just for me. Instead of having to roll the dough, she just has you mix up a biscuit batter and simply drop it on top of the pot pie. Sheer genius!

There isn't anything overly complicated in this cookbook, which I am totally fine with. They are for the most part good, simple meals, and you may not be interested in them if you already have a ton of cookbooks, especially of the How to Cook Everything variety. This isn't innovative cooking, but it has a well curated and interesting selection of recipes that I actually want to try.

There are basics like roast chicken and a recipe for an all purpose baking mix, but there are more unusual recipes like those for cashew milk or for making your own potato chips. There are some great snack ideas for kids, like granola bars, chocolate syrup for making chocolate milk, a popcorn recipe, etc. There is also an interesting selection of vegetarian recipes, like the lentil "meatballs."

In general I have little interest in "alternative" menus such as vegetarian, gluten free or dairy free, but the way they are presented in this cookbook is so down to earth and lacking in the "I'm special and I need a special diet" attitude that it makes me want to try them. I also really like the author's emphasis on making your own condiments. It's so easy to buy them but much more interesting to make your own.

All in all, this is a fun cookbook with simple but interesting recipes. Ideal for the beginner, but still lots of fun for an intermediate cook.
5 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
I would highly recommend 22 avril 2013
Par Lori Melius - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I bought 2 copies of this book and gave them to my dauhters for Easter. They are both out on their own and trying to get comfortable cooking for themselves. As we are all aware of the importance of eating healthy and nourishing our bodies, Jennie's book was a great place for them to find basic, simple, real food recipes and ideas. She covers all the bases. i would highly recommend this cookbook to anyone looking for clean, healthy eating.
3 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Previewed this at the library and will most likely purchase it 4 mai 2013
Par MC - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I love finding new recipes however, I have a small amount of space to keep cook books, so I often check them out from my library to preview if I want to buy it. This is a great cookbook! I recently 'found' Jennie on Instagram and was excited to see what her recipes were going to be like. No disappointment at all! Great, healthy recipes that aren't too complicated. Most are family friendly however there are some that my kids would never eat, but I want to try them anyway. Her stories are interesting too and the photography is beautiful. Really a wonderful book and it would make a great gift for anyone that really wants to cook from scratch. I also like how it includes information on which are gluten-free, dairy-free, etc.
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