- File Size: 2501 KB
- Print Length: 108 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Mythic Studios (December 27, 2013)
- Publication Date: December 27, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0054R6T6S
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #984,151 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The 2011 Book Blogger's Cookbook (The Book Blogger's Cookbook) Kindle Edition
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The Book Blogger's Cookbook begins with an intro from Dorrity and a Foreword by self-publishing phenom Amanda Hocking. It goes on to showcase 20 books, most of which are YA paranormals. Several book blogger quotes are given for each novel, as well as a recipe inspired in some way by the story. Although I haven't had a chance to try any of the recipes yet, all look scrumptious and easy enough for even novice cooks. Dorrity offers a nice variety of foods to try, ranging from a refreshing fruit smoothie to a creamy, layered dip to rich, chocolatey brownies. You'll be salivating just looking at the gorgeous photos.
My only real complaint with the cookbook is that it's only available in a digital format. You may have noticed my aversion to e-books - I just don't like them! However, I did read the cookbook on my computer and, while it wasn't that bad, I really would have preferred a hardcover, spiral-bound book. That's not too much to ask for, right?
All in all, I enjoyed The Book Blogger's Cookbook, from its inception to its very sweet author to the beautiful finished product. So. Much. Fun. You should probably just zip on over to Amazon and order yourself a copy - for only $2.99, it's a total steal. It's a great resource for readers, book clubs, reviewers, etc. So, why are you still here? Click over to Amazon already!
- Susan, [...]
This is well-written and the photos are absolutely gorgeous. I am starving now. (Read on Kindle for PC - probably wouldn't look as pretty on the Kindle e-ink.) The books all sounded quite intriguing and I thought the recipe choices for each book were appropriate.
I did notice a couple of little things. One is that on some recipes, the ingredient list starts immediately below the picture on one page and goes to the next one. I missed the starting ingredients a couple of times when reading through. I noticed when reading the bread recipe that it is mixed and put into pans and left to rise; this is a bit unusual in my experience, but I'd give it a shot (especially if there's any chance I could get results like the loaf pictured).
The book is clean, hyperlinked, and very, very attractive. It is a pleasure to read from all aspects.
All in all, I got some ideas for my Wish List and some recipes I'd like to try. Good way to start my morning!!!
One of the best compliments from the testers that came in reflected balanced flavors. One of the cookie recipes includes dried cherries, chocolate chips and oatmeal. The potential for fighting tastes exists. Following the recipe to the amounts required no adjustments.
The recipe using brownies and mint is also well balanced. We also enjoyed the gingerbread recipe. And those are just the recipes I made for the first round. I have more on my list--after getting caught up on other books.
Yes, the book may not be all of one thing--but lots of people love to order surf and turf! Combinations are often just the thing.
You might not suspect it but The 2011 Book Blogger's Cookbook is such a book. It's a beautiful blend of a cookbook about books. It's worth reading straight through if only to find new books to add to your "to-read" shelf. It's worth savoring page by page if only to try all the new, easy-to-make recipes. The lineup is stellar (and I say that not just because I'm included in the list; I'm honored to be in such company) and the recipes are equally stellar. Main dishes, desserts, drinks--there's a little bit of everything in this cookbook. Each recipe is inspired by a specific book--mostly from the YA field--and the food ties into the story in some fashion. For example, the recipe for The Hourglass Door is "Time-stopping Chocolate Truffles." (Yum! I can't wait to try it out for myself.)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What a great idea, combining two common interests, reading and cooking.
This shows true originality and I was impressed. Read more
This book has some good recipes and it has a lot about other books as well.Published on July 29, 2014 by Amazon Customer