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Modern Dutch Oven Cookbook: Fresh Ideas for Braises, Stews, Pot Roasts, and Other One-Pot Meals Paperback – April 10, 2015
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The NOT so good: a lot of the recipes (polenta, pancakes, other sticky pan-type meals) shouldn't necessarily be tried out on the non-enamel dutch oven, especially if you've just purchased it and are learning to cook on it. I only have non-enamel cast iron pans and quickly learned that these pans needed to be broken in with greasy, meaty meals first to avoid stuck on issues with some more delicate items. I didn't see this mentioned at all in the book. There are NO corresponding pictures for the recipes or even for a few of them. I like to use pictures as a guide for how my meal should look when I'm done (consistency, etc). It's a useful tool also for quickly scanning a recipe and seeing if it's appetizing enough for my entire family.
OVERALL: I would purchase again or give as a gift. It's has a large breadth of recipes and is organized very well providing enough insight and tips for the novice.