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""Home" is the overall theme for this book and Ina achieves it tremendously, weaving it through the pages with gorgeous photos of her home, wonderful ideas for simple entertaining, and a running commentary about what 'home' means to her and how she achieves it through her cooking and the organization of her house."
"I have to admit that I was disappointed in this book. The results were mediocre at best, and while I'm all about quick meals that come together in a hurry I also need my food to actually taste good too."
"When next needing inspiration for appetizers to bring to parties or simply serve at home, I will definitely turn to this book. And everything is low fat so you feel good about your waistline while satisfying the munchies."
"This book is quiet and unassuming, full of simple ideas from which you can gather inspiration. While there are no photos, the visual simplicity of the book is attuned with Nigel's whole approach to cooking: simple, never fussy, pure."
"I¬íve been an avid follower of Pioneer Woman's blog for the past couple of years, and I can now say that I am an avid fan of her cookbook. I love how she showcases each recipe with full-colour, step-by-step detail!"
"To say I was caught off guard by how much I enjoyed this book is an understatement. Every recipe I tried was a success. The book is beautifully photographed, and a wide variety of recipes are included."
"I wanted to like this book, I really really did. But there was only disappointment looming behind each recipe. The flavours weren¬ít there for me. I found dishes turned out bland and (dare I say it?) boring."