This is a collection of 3 short stories. According to my kindle, these stories take up 53% of the book. The rest of the volume consists of sneak peeks at several other books in hopes of enticing readers to make a purchase. That was fine by me, since I got the book for free through an Amazon promotion, but if you are going to pay for it then understand you're not getting much bang for your buck.
This is a Christian collection, which I mention because the description doesn't say so and readers may wish to know what to expect before they buy the book.
The writing here is lacking both in technical skill and in depth. These problems feed off of each other--if I weren't annoyed by each mistake I might have enjoyed the book more, and on the other hand if I'd been immersed in the stories I wouldn't have noticed all the errors. I didn't care for the characters and the plots were uncompelling. I haven't tried any of the recipes so I can't comment on that, but one in particular sounded good.