The Real Food Daily Cookbook
I just bought this today to add to my already too-large cookbook collection. I hope to be getting some help for my cookbook addiction in the near future.
I liked that many of the recipes in this book sounded fresh and different with a southwest accent. I also liked that there were quite a few tempeh recipes, since tempeh isn't my family's favorite food and I'm always looking for new ways to prepare it that they might find appealing. The recipes seemed fairly straightforward and not too difficult or time consuming. The ones that really caught my attention were the Tortilla Soup and the Barbecued tofu chopped salad with ranch dressing. I'll probably try those first.
That Tortilla Soup recipe is really excellent. I've been working my way through some of those recipes recently. The Lima Bean & Corn soup is really good, even though I thought I didn't like lima beans. Also, the Salisbury Seitan/gravy recipe are just like what's served at the restaurant and really good.
Maybe I should start a recipe review... if enough other people on here have the cookbook. Hmm...
Nah, I'm afraid of watercress.
... have you?
Posted a review thread. I haven't posted reviews for everything I've made, but... in good time.
Please forgive my newbieness, but why start a thread called The Real Food Daily Cookbook Review?
Why not just review the recipes in this thread?
'cause the reviews are usually posted at the top of the thread, and in this case the OP didn't make the review thread.
I was thinking about it too, but I felt like it might be awkward with a few posts before the reviews.
Oh, I think I see. And then the review thread OP just keeps modifying those 1st threads with the reviews that come in so that there is an order that makes referencing the reviews quick and easy? Doh!
Yup. I think AC set the trend.
Whichever one you like. I have both on "notify."
I need to get around to updating my own reviews ^^;