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- Publisher: HOUSE OF BREAD BOOKS; 1 edition (November 15, 2013)
- Publication Date: November 15, 2013
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00BCTIQ8G
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Fifty Shades of Gravy; a Christian Gets Saucy! (Cookbook) (Hallee's Galley Parody Cookbook Series 1) Kindle Edition
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The stories are hilarious, will make you smirk when you serve the gravies because you'll remember the accompanying story.
I am really into healthy eating and try to not eat processed foods, even when going out to restaurants. Hallee lists three principles, one of which is "As much as possible, eat foods as they were created - before they were changed or converted into something humans think might be better." Her recipes support this thinking, so should I decide to actually elevate my cooking and try a recipe, I'll know it will contain ingredients I will feed the family.
I struggled with the Fifty Shades tie in (pun intended) somewhat as it was a bit 'out there' with references such as "over the knee tomato gravy", "muzzled braised meatballs in roped red-wine gravy", or "welted wild mushroom". Once I loosened up and decided to enjoy it for the parody it was meant to be, it was more fun.
I love the nutrition facts included too and mentions such as "high in calcium, high in dietary fiber, high in vitamin B6" is a really nice addition not found in many cookbooks.
In the end, I found myself wanting to try a recipe. I have future plans to try the Au Jus (French Dip).
All in all, a solid five stars for the extra pizzazz in graphics, information, interest, and healthy content.