September is going by so fast! I can’t believe how quick things are moving. I’ve been cooking a lot lately. My family is enjoying the food so much. It is great to cook from my recipe books because the recipes are easy, simple and delicious. Today’s book feature is *Food Everyday From the Kitchens of Martha Steward Living.
I love this cook book because the ingredients are simple and easy. The recipes in this cook book include chicken, beef, pork and fish. The book also has recipes for side dishes. The cookbook separates recipes in 4 seasons. All the recipes are easy to follow with simple ingredients. Easy, fast, flavourful and delicious!
Here are the recipes that I made from this cook book:
Greek Salad with Seasoned Flatbread Pg. 28
I love salads do you? This recipe is a family favourite. A lovely refreshing salad and so easy to toss together. I can eat this everyday.
Cashew Chicken on Pg. 40
I’m a huge cashew chicken lover. I love this recipe. So easy and simple to make. Very delicious!
Creamy Broccoli Soup Pg.189
I have a hard time with a lot of cream based soups but this creamy broccoli doesn’t have cream and it was silky and delicious without the cream. So good for me and delicious!
I really love how simple the recipes are from this cook book. I also love the big photos. For me personally a cook book needs to have the photo or the finished product or else I can’t make it. Maybe that will be a later challenge in this series. lol 😂 This cook book is easy, fast and delicious! I highly recommend this cook book and give it a 5/5 stars!
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