If you bought the first cookbook of Shelley Adams, you are here for a treat. Her second cookbook is even better. What I like about it is that it is made for home cooking and entertaining.
It follows my cooking philosophy. Complicated food techniques or passing all day in the kitchen is not necessary to impress your friends and family. You simply need tasty recipes. This is what Whitewater Cooks at Home is all about.
Shelley gathered recipes for friends, family, local celebrities and favorites from Fresh Tracks Café. The cookbook is divided in 5 sections: starters, salads, soups and sides, dinners and desserts. Each recipe is well documented with easy to follow step by step instructions. Each step starts with a verb written in bold.
You will not have any problems to reproduce the beautiful way she plated her dishes. The recipes rely on easy to find, often inexpensive, ingredients. This cookbook fits within our time. The culinary world is experiencing a resurgence of using every day ingredients over luxurious ingredients.
It is early to tell but Whitewater Cooks at Home has what it takes to become one of my favorite cookbooks of 2010. One thing for sure, I will use their recipes a lot for potlucks.
+ her latest cookbook: Whitewater Cooks at Home $23.06 CAD
+ her first cookbook: Whitewater Cooks $19.76 CAD
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of Whitewater Cooks at Home for review.
Fiona RichardsJanuary 6, 2010 at 00:17
hey Kim, So glad to see you review Shelley’s book – she’s a friend of mine! Her books are great and she’s a very sweet person. We are lucky enough to live in the home that her she and her husband built. I am going to send her this review right now!
Angela@SpinachTigerJanuary 6, 2010 at 07:51
I love those grabbing photos.
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BonnieMarch 21, 2010 at 12:56
I am making the Chocolate Clementine cake and it calls for 4 oranges and then later it says you should have 2 cups of pulp. Four oranges only make 1 cup. I don’t know if I need 1 or 2 cups?? Anyone made this??