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The Everything Potluck Cookbook (Everything®) Kindle Edition
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For those complaining about the lack of linkage to referenced recipes within the text - your Kindle has a SEARCH function. It's not that difficult to use. Yes, I hope future editions will fix this minor flaw, but really? A one star rating because you can't manage to look up a recipe for roasted garlic? The book DOES have an active table of contents, for those who are worried about that.
Chapter two covers drinks, chapter three is dedicated to appetizers (26 options), chapter 4 is all about bread (23 recipes), chapter 5 has 20 pork recipes, Chapter 6 has 20 beef entrees, Chapter 7 contains 22 chicken dishes, Chapter 8 is dedicated to seafood (21 recipes), Chapter 9 is vegetarian (20 options), chapter 10 is side dishes and vegetables (20 recipes), chapter 11 is salads (21 recipes), Chapter 12 covers soups (20 options), chapter 13 is all about deserts (21 recipes), chapter 14 is more deserts pies (23 recipes), chapter 15 easy deserts (22 recipes).
Ali Julia review
Each recipe includes information that identifies it as a healthy recipe, or easy to make, or best of all, last minute.
When buying a Kindle recipe book, the organization and linking can be even more important than the recipes, and I want to mention that the Table of Contents does a spectacular job in this area. It has two layers, first you click on the category, then it provides a list of recipes within the category. Another click takes you to the recipe.
Very practical, and very easy to use.
Between the celebratory seasonal 'house office lunches', monthly small group day-long meetings, and quarterly day-long trainings, I host many potlucks during the school year. The "Everything Potluck Cookbook" has expanded my thought processes on this venue. Potlucking with 12-25 people can become tedious and repititious. I have always preferred a structured approach, rather than "Let's see what everyone brings!"
I was looking for more ideas to stick with our themed potlucks, whether it is holiday related, seasonal related, or just doing a 'wrap' theme. I've been able to create new theme menus, and still provide options for those who don't cook, those who are vegan, those who have other dietary restrictions, and those who just enjoy food. The recipe selections allow me to create well balanced menus that all parties can contribute to and enjoy.
Potluck spreads begin at the morning break, flourish during lunch with great hot and cold entrees, and desert spreads into the afternoon break. Grazing at it's best.
Thank you for so many wonderful ideas; the volume charts are invaluable!
The Meatball Casserole looks yummy, along with many other hearty dishes. This is the first book I've downloaded onto my Kindle, so I'll need to figure out how to print what I want to make. Or maybe I can just set my Kindle up somewhere safe in the kitchen and go from there?
Potlucks can be a lot of fun, and a very practical and economical way to feed a crowd.