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30 Great Recipes with 15 Dinner Menus for - Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year, Valentine's Day & Easter! (Tastefully Simple Recipes Book 9) by [Collins, Jenny]
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  • File Size: 844 KB
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  • Publication Date: November 21, 2012
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  • Language: English
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The Avocado and Pink Grapefruit Salad intrigued me. Avocadoes are a wonderful superfood with all kinds of nutrients and healthy fats to fill you up without overloading you on calories.

Plus it's not cooked so all the minerals and cell structure is maintained. This means the body can use almost all of it. Not a fan of bread (or grains because of my research and the exposes about their dangers). Thankfully, the author has it as an optional addition. It's not one of those things where it's crushed or cut up and mixed into the dish.

The prep instructions were clear and it sounds delicious.

Jenny is a knowledgable author. She's done lots of dinner parties so it's comforting to know she's writing and teaching from personal experience not theory. She explains tricks to stop the overwhelm and paralysis which sometimes grabs a woman who finds out she's hosting a dinner party.

She also gives tips for stylish presentation to give your dinner party that upscale restaurant feel. I can see guests looking on with envy and asking the host for tips how she did it. Also, she used the word 'ramekin' which I never heard before. Looked it up and it's a fancy bowl.

Her dishes are meant to be easy and fast to prepare. Jenny knows her stuff so I highly recommend this holiday recipe guide.
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I got this latest book by Jenny Collins because I was looking for some new appetizers and dessert recipes for Christmas. Jenny's recipes have a European flare but they're easy to prepare. I'm going to try Stuffed Baked Onions and Balsamic Strawberries for my Christmas menu. But there are many other delicious-looking recipes for appetizers, main courses and desserts. What's really nice is there are also complete menus for Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter etc. If you don't have a traditional menu that you follow or if you want to try something new, the menus in this book would be a good place to start!
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In the old days I had time to leisurely look through cookbooks but not any more! :) That's why I like a good book like this which has interesting recipes that are reasonably simple to make. The only reason I gave four stars instead of five stars is because there were a couple of ingredients that I did not recognize, however, they are probably more common in Europe. I'm sure substitutions could easily be made. Also, measurements and temperatures are given in both metric and standard. The preparation for each recipe is easy to understand and now I know how to properly peel a grapefruit for salad!
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There are some great recipes here for holiday entertaining. I am going to be trying a few this Christmas season to mix up my menu a bit. The stuffed baked onions and the roasted salmon caught my eye first. I'm gonna have to give both a try first. And the desserts? I don't even know where to begin there. They all look so good! I also appreciate that the author gave me U.S. measurements along with the metric measurements. All in all this is a good cookbook with some interesting must-try recipes with clear, detailed instructions.
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Because many of these recipes are just not for me. However, the book was nicely written. There is a short intro to every recipe, the ingredients and directions appear to be clearly stated, and the author's enthusiasm for each dish is apparent.

If you are looking for some out of the ordinary recipes, you'll probably enjoy this book. I may try a couple of the recipes--the Pork looks good, and the Onion recipe is very appealing, although it looks like a lot of work.

3-3/4 stars.
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This book is very nicely written and organized. One of the things I like most about it is that it uses good whole food ingredients that are not hard to find. I also appreciate that the instructions are clear and thorough and the author gives suggestions as to how to use each recipe and what will best accompany it.
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I am having some people over for Christmas, went scrolling through my cookbooks and found that most of the recipes are for 4 people. That makes a ton of sense except when I'm having a dinner party for 8. I realize that with many recipes you can't just double the ingredients, so thankfully I found Jenny's new book.

What do I like about this cookbook?

1. Simplicity. The recipes look easy to make and delicious. Easy to make is important to me when I'm having guests over after a long day at work.
2. Unique. Maybe these recipes are standard fare in England, but for me, they are fascinating. I love the idea of serving my guests something unusual that they'll think I spent all day cooking!
3. Clear. The instructions are clear and easy to follow.

My favorites? The individual baked alaska is a treat and surprisingly easy to make, and the Valentines Day Menu #2! Fabulous
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The hardest part of the Holiday meals for me is planning. What goes with what? The book was a refreshing change to the normal Holiday recipes. The recipes are original and easy to make! The titles of the recipes sound very fancy but they are easy to make and use normal ingredients. Some other recipe book's ingredients need to be bought in a gourmet store! Not these, their ingredients can be found in the regular grocery store.

These recipes will impress your Holiday guests! They will remind you of some old fashioned recipes with a new twist. Grab your copy now!
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