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I love it, but the reason why I give it 4 stars, is because I had a totally different picture in my mind. I thought it was a take care of your pony game, but you create a house instead. I still love it, though. There is also too a lot of ads.
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A compelling story of how he arrived in the White House. He writes very well - or maybe well known meal writer jj Goode did a small more than "help" with the writing. Most importantly, I've only had the book for a few days and tried a few of the recipes. But even a talentless cook like me can prepare delicious meals using his recipes - and they're healthy too!
Attractive book. I was surprised by the simplicity of the dishes. @#$%’ style is easy preparations of nourishing food, with easy, excellent techniques that develop a lot of flavor. It’s amazing for you, feel amazing food, and it’s yummy. It’s all family pleasers. The children have enjoyed the dishes as much as my husband and I.Who’s this book for? I’d recommend it to anyone that wants nice healthy, nourishing meal without cutting anything out. The recipes are on the simple end of the spectrum, and my children love them, so I think it’s a amazing fit for anything from someone’s first apartment to the experienced thoughts and pics on some of the dishes I’ve tried…1) Fried Brown Rice with Turnip, Avocado, and Sprouts – p 233. Everyone loved this fried rice, and it’s simple enough that my children could create some for lunch. Total keeper. This was the spring version. He has summer, fall, and winter versions as well.2) Roasted Kale with Tomatoes and Garlic – p 58. We love kale chips, but the tomatoes and garlic really create them pop. This was gone before I even had dinner on the table.3) Lucky Pasta – p 189. Spinach and basil pesto-y goodness with chicken.4) Barbecued Chicken – p 177. Fabulous and simple barbecued chicken.5) Beer-Braised Pork Shoulder – p 201. This is what I call a mother recipe. You create one huge flavorful roast when you have oven time, and eat it as a roast the first night, then use the leftovers in a few recipes he has just for this pork recipe for the next few nights. The roast is delicious. If you’re a baker, you’ll laugh, because the fragrance is so familiar. The caraway, onion, and garlic in the braising liquid smell just like everything bagels. My children walked in and thought I’d created bagels for dinner.6-7) Apple and Leek Sauteed Sweet Potatoes – p 129. Okay, Sam’@#$%! is method cuter than mine because he used red apples and left the peel on them. I’ll probably do that next time. I used a peeled granny smith like the recipe called for, and it was delicious, and easy, but not half as photogenic. :)8) White Bean, Pork, and Greens Soup – p 204 (with leftover braised pork). Yummy, uber nourishing, and ready in 15 minutes.9) Rigatoni with Pork Ragu – p 202 (with leftover braised pork). Really simple and good!Some others I have flagged to try: Charred Cabbage with Spicy Aioli – p 61 * Balsamic Roasted Eggplant – p 69 * Chile-Roasted Corn with Scallions and Lime – p 70 * Charred Broccoli with Lime, Fish Sauce, Basil, and Peanuts – p 77 * Grilled Cauliflower Steaks with Grapefruit, Watercress, and Pecans – p 80 * Herbaganoush – p 99 * Mustard Green Salad with Pecans and Honey-Lemon Dressing – p 112 * Spinach, Currants, Pine Nuts and Balsamic Sauteed Sweet Potatoes – p 126 * Shallow-Fried Catfish with Collards, Poblano Salsa, and Red Beans and Rice – p 143 * Grilled Clams with [email protected]#$%o Peppers and Lemon – p 152 * Slow-Roasted Salmon with Barbecue Sauce and Swiss Chard – p 155 * Grilled Ribeye with 4 Sauces – p 217 * Quinoa for all the seasons – p 238 * Farro for all the seasons – p 243, and the same for wild rice, bulgur, and couscous.*I received a copy to discover and share my thoughts.
Interesting suggestions for healthy recipes and eating right. We have enjoyed a collection of recipes. Especially loved the Chile-Roasted Corn, Beer Braised Pork Shoulder, Brussel Sprout Caesar Salad, and the sweet anecdotes of he and his family.
I didn’t even finish the book before I tried the Charred Cabbage—-unexpectedly wonderful! The author’s writing style is easy-going. He makes foods that sound intimidating into simple to follow recipes (for the most part—-there’s a few foods he couldn’t convince me to try)! I like his approach of doing what you can to improve your buying and eating habits without piling on guilt.
Excellent! The book consists of two i termingled parts, recipes and discussion. The discussion - on subjects such as healthy shopping at the grocery - is expert and imteresting. The recipes are healthy and tasty. I’ve cooked several already.
I gave this book to my mother in law as a bonus latest week, and it truly did wonders to repair our relationship. It helped her to see me as the sophisticated and cultured son-in-law she has always wanted. Showed her that I care about the health and quality of life of her daughter and myself. Total win. Ordering another copy now.
Unbelievable book. Easy, tasty recipes, and most importantly, follows the easy adage, "Eat food; not too much; mostly plants". I used to eat at Avec while he was there, and the recipes in his book have the same simplicity and amazing flavors.