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To that end, McCoy created her blog, poorgirlgourmet.blogspot.com, where she offers up her insights alongside delicious gourmet recipes that are inexpensive to prepare. McCoy lives on a gentleman's farm in southeastern Massachusetts.
I love this book. Delicious, creative and EASY recipes. I especially like the attention paid to vegetables and presenting them in new and yummy ways. Great book, great gift!Published 9 months ago by Carly Stevens
Nice looking book, haven't had a chance to cook anything yet. My sister suggested this book, as she follows the blog.Published 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
I really liked this author, cute, quirky personality and writing style. The recipes are good and not difficult to reproduce.Published 19 months ago by Carol Marner
interesting,good, will recommend, do not have the time to write a paragraph. Should keep this as only checking the stars.Published 19 months ago by Sybil Hickes
This is an OK cookbook, but not what I expected. I'm not giving it a bad review, it's just totally different than I thought it would be.Published on January 8, 2012 by Loralaine Kraine
This is a wonderful cookbook, filled with beautiful photos of the finished receipes. Using her witt and humor Amy has personalized this cookbook with entertaining stories about the... Read morePublished on April 8, 2011 by Arleen
Frugal foodies everywhere will love Amy McCoy's gastronomical bible, Poor Girl Gourmet. Why suffer through Hamburger Helper when you can enjoy dishes like Roasted Chicken Legs... Read morePublished on July 11, 2010 by Laura Anderson
Even if you are not into cooking, this book is great for the stories and photography alone. You will truly enjoy the stories about how these recipes came to be. Read morePublished on July 8, 2010 by tammy6270
I like a cookbook that has a lot of user friendly recipes. There are so many great recipes and ideas in Poor Girl Gourmet that i'm looking forward to trying. Read morePublished on July 7, 2010 by Shelly Mahoney