The Kitchn cookbook is more than just a cookbook its a kitchen book. The first 1/3 of the book is on utilizing the space in your kitchen and inventive ways of using that space better, evening and weekend projects to make your kitchen better and more useful. Fun fact: I did several of the tips in this book when we moved into our apartment earlier this year as the space is small.
The Kitchn explains the work triangle and why tools you need in your kitchen, how to care for them and how to stock your kitchen. As well as 50 cooking tips to help you become a better cook.
The recipes are seem simple enough for a beginner to learn from as well as some challenging recipes utilizing the tips in the previous section. Everything from omelets to pan frying and brownies. There is also advice on how to host a dinner party, because even after 7.5 years of marriage I still need help in this area. Recipes and tips are great for the advanced cook as well as the beginner, giving tips on additional ways to change the recipe and using a variety of ingredients.
If you have a friend who is new to cooking, this would be a great gift for them this holiday season, and to encourage them in their adventure in cooking plan an evening for y’all to prepare a meal together. Grab a copy, HERE
I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.
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