I picked up this Kindle recipe book when it was offered for free. Thank goodness I didn't pay even the nominal 99 cents --- but since this offering appears to be a teaser for "The Parchment Paper Cookbook" with 180 recipes, it will save me the cost of THAT book ($9.87 for the Kindle version on today's amazon dot com)
There are seven recipes in this free offering . . . 1 appetizer, 1 turkey, 4 side dishes, and 1 dessert. However, what the author offers in this book is a way for cooks to look outside of how they may normally do a recipe and incorporate parchment paper. While I think that's a great idea, it is perhaps worthy of a blog entry, I'm not sure that it needs a "cookbook" --- especially when the only difference between these recipes and something one might find in one of the many wonderful foodie/cooking blogs is "place parchment paper on a baking sheet" or "cover a baking sheet with a piece of parchment paper". Also, I think there should be a reference back to the instructions in the front of the book for the recipes that end with "fold the parchment and bake for xx minutes" --- otherwise one is left wondering "fold how?"
The recipes look interesting, although in the "sweet potatoes gone light" the author calls them "sweet potatoes" in both the title and the ingredients list, but then refers to them as "yams" in the instructions. Many cooks WILL know that "sweet potatoes" and "yams" are interchangeable in recipes, but this could be confusing to a novice cook.
Again, this book was free, so it may (or may not) be worth the download . . . I think that it will probably go to my archives and not reside on my Kindle --- and in the meantime, I think I'll head over to David Lebovitz, the Bitten Word, Annie's Eats or one of the many other food blogs that I have bookmarked for some ideas. I did a quick google before posting this review, and find that the author does have a blog . . . you may want to check it out at nopotcooking dot com.