Thursday, March 31, 2016

Book Review: Eating in the Middle

As a young adult of a certain age I have begun working on collecting cookbooks for my kitchen collection. I have very fond memories of picking recipes out of my mom's Betty Crocker cookbook as a child. I want to make sure I have cookbooks on my shelves that will create the same memories and fun as that one did for me as a child.

This cookbook was very pleasing for me. Aesthetically it looks amazing. Honestly half of what sells me on a cookbook are the photographs of the final product. My favorite part about this cookbook are the stories that Andie Mitchell incorporates in her telling of the recipes. Each recipe has a one or two paragraph introduction about where the recipe came from and what makes it so special. This kind of personalization is what makes this cookbook a keeper for me.

I can't wait until I have a few spare minutes this weekend to test out some of these recipes. The Lemon Poppy Seed cupcakes look like a definite must for me.

I received this book from Blogging for Books in exchange for my honest review.

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