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Brodo: A Bone Broth Cookbook Review


My latest Blogging for Books find is Marco Canora’s new one, “Brodo: A Bone Broth Cookbook”. I picked this one for a few reasons, one I have access to a lot of bones and two, my day job. I work for a sewing company that specializes in custom chef wear and we make jackets for Marco Canora (he doesn’t know about this blog but I believe my boss talked to him about having a copy of this book in the office while we were working on an order for him which I thought was fun).

Brodo: A Bone Broth Cookbook promises recipes for the best broth to heal your gut and keep you at your best. Take a peak inside with this review.

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The River Cottage Booze Handbook – Book Review


If you knew me in really life you would be incredibly confused by my decision to review The River Cottage Booze Handbookfor Blogging for Books (they sent me a book for free so I can tell you all about it). My husband is 5 years sober and I drink alcohol maybe 5 times a year. BUT making wine, cider and infused liquors is a really traditional way to preserve the harvest. And I’m all about preserving the harvest. Not to mention alcohol makes an awesome gift!

An honest review of The River Cottage Booze Handbook

I started getting interested in homemade libations last summer when I found a recipe for Lacto-fermented Honey Rhubarb Soda. While not strictly an alcoholic beverage it does get a bit of a kick from the fermentation, especially if you let it sit for a while. When I saw The River Cottage Booze Handbook pop up on the list of available books I was immediately excited. First because it included the words “The River Cottage” and second because its a cookbook for booze and I have some of those fancy flip top bottles! It couldn’t be more perfect. [Read more…]

Bitter – Cookbook Review


An honest review of the cookbook Bitter: A Taste of the Worlds Most Dangerous Flavor

Maybe it’s the post-holiday sugar crash but I’ve been craving something different. I found that in this cookbook. Bitter: A Taste of the World’s Most Dangerous Flavor is a gorgeously photographed recipe and storybook focusing on, perhaps, the most maligned flavor. As a fan of dark chocolate I was intrigued to see what this book had to offer.


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