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Deliciously Ella Every Day: Quick and Easy Recipes for Gluten-Free Snacks, Packed Lunches, and Simple Meals Hardcover – April 5, 2016
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"[Woodward] is the most influential person cooking in Britain today."--The Daily Beast
"Beautiful pictures, easy to read recipes and ingredients I have in my cupboard."--The Nutritionnaire
“Fast, creative make-at-home solutions. By turns charming and practical, Woodward caters to the eater who wants to eat less sugar, flour, meat, and dairy….A warm authorial voice and relatively simple recipes make this another worthy addition to the conscious cook’s library.”—Publishers Weekly
About the Author
Ella Woodward-Mills is all about embracing healthy living. In addition to her debut cookbook, Deliciously Ella, the bestselling debut cookbook ever in the UK, she is also the author of Deliciously Ella Every Day; Deliciously Ella, Smoothies and Juices; and Natural Feasts. Ella’s blog gets over six million hits a month, her app has been a bestseller more than a year, and she has nearly 500,000 Instagram followers. Ella’s philosophy is all about showing that healthy living is fun and enjoyable; it’s not about deprivation or starvation.
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I think her books are good if you are a single person or maybe a couple. They don't really deliver on the family recipe front. There are very few recipes here that my 12 and 15 year old sons would eat and the ones that they would eat tend to be variations on things we already make eg spaghetti carbonara, tomato pasta, veggie paella. But if you're looking for ideas for healthy breakfasts and lunches on the go, this is a terrific source. Her salads in particular have some terrific flavours.
Specifically, I have a couple of complaints. Firstly, she tends to under-explain recipes which as a less than confident cook I find annoying. For example, her Pasta Arrabbiata recipe says "put the dried oregano, thyme, chilli and garlic into a frying pan with the olive oil. Let these cook while you cut the cherry tomatoes into quarters". Call me old fashioned, but I prefer recipes that use words like "low heat" or "keep moving in the pan" or "soften slightly". I don't like cookbooks that assume that I know what I'm doing, because I often don't!
Secondly, her ingredients are not infrequently either hard to locate (vanilla powder? baobab powder?) or FREAKING EXPENSIVE when you do. For example, her recipe for Chocolate Caramel Slices looks pretty yummy but I will not be making it because to produce 16 pieces I need to use a whopping 950g (2 lb) of medjool dates! That's more than the cost of the recipe book and it's only for ONE of the ingredients!