Read and Reviewed

I am a cookbook addict. Fact.
Confession now over, I will admit that I'm not about to give up on the addiction either. I must have hundreds of recipe and food related books spanning the decades. Some I have owned from way back, others are brand new additions and there also some very interesting old ones, gained from secondhand book shop finds.
I obviously like to cook from them but they also give me reading pleasure whilst curled up on the sofa. Sometimes I may not follow the recipes to the letter but they are always a source of inspiration.

To justify my cookbook neediness, I am now reviewing the books. After analysing their contents I will make several dishes to give a full test and appraisal.

If there are any publishers out there who would like me to carry out any reviews, I would be more than happy to do so. Just drop me an email and we can go from there.

To see books I have recently reviewed for publishers click on the following links:

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Bill's Basics – Bill Granger
The Scandinavian Cookbook – Trina Hahnemann
Moomins Cookbook – Tove Jansson and Sami Malila
Kitchen Garden Companion – Stephanie Alexander
I Love Curry – Anjum Anand
The Three Sisters Indian Cookbook – Sereena, Alexa & Priya Kaul
Leon Book 2 – Henry Dimbleby & John Vincent
Food from Many Greek Kitchens – Tessa Kiros
Ramsay's Best Menus – Gordon Ramsay
Gaia's Kitchen – Julia Ponsonby
The Use-It-All Cookbook – Bish Muir
Recipes Every Man Should Know – Susan Russo & Brett Cohen
A Taste of the Unexpected – Mark Diacono
A Slice of Cherry Pie – Julia Parsons
Potty: Clarissa's One Pot Cookbook – Clarissa Dickson Wright
On A Stick! – Matt Armendiraz

To see recipes tested from books in my collection click on the following links:

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Kitchen of Light – Andreas Viestad
The Josceline Dimbleby Collection
Jamie at Home – Jamie Oliver
Cool Cuisine – Nanna Rögnvaldardóttir
Thai Food – David Thompson

A selection of books in my current collection

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