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Reviewed in the United States on October 24, 2018
Through Ina Gartnen, I have learned how to make a great chocolat pudding cake, baked eggs, sophisticated cocktails, how to entertain and set a tale. She is a joy to watch on her cooking show. Until this book, Cook Like a Pro (and I have all of her books), she has been a pro, but this time around, the book is filled with usless recipes where even finding the rubarb, the abundance of figs, cekery root, and would need more eggplant than my super-makret stpcks jn eggplant season. Seriously, Ina, would you really make a celery root and chickpea puree for your guests? I'm a seasoned cook, but have no idea what Shaksbuka is. Lastly, I'm not sure I would prepare vanilla roast rubarb with yogurt...Moscato poached fruit? I hesitate to criticize my cooking guru, so I will agree with another review who stated that Ina Garten must not have written this book. If so, I hope she writes aother good one like all the others in the past. Sorry, but it is not a worthwhile book. TRy Basics, Cooking for Jeffery and Paris...Yum
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