This is a cookbook that features about 20 recipes that include yogurt as an ingredient. The recipes are interesting and varied--everything from roast pork to strawberry pancakes. The recipes are organized by the day of the week (i.e. Mexican casserole and berry parfait dessert on Monday, spicy yogurt chicken and cranberry slaw on Thursday, etc.)
The premise of this book is that the recipes are simple, quick and easy enough to be a cinch to whip up after a long day at work. If that's the case, then I don't completely agree with their recipe choices. For example, Wednesday's recipe selection is a spinach pie that requires twelve ingredients, at least 20 minutes of prep time (by my estimates), over 40 minutes of baking time and about 10 minutes of cooling time. My feeling is that a dinner that requires almost an hour and a half to get on the table and requires lots of kitchen clean up (graters, several mixing bowls, pie pans, etc.) isn't that great a choice for "an easy relaxed meal".
Many of the recipes in this book require over 10 ingredients, involve activities such as baking from scratch and use a lot of different bowls, baking pans, etc. which leads to lots of clean up.
However, the recipes do look appetizing and people who enjoy cooking as a way to unwind after a long day of work will probably really enjoy them. Cooks who want dinner on the table in 30 minutes or less and don't want a lot of kitchen clean up afterward might not enjoy the menus in this cookbook.