Live Life Deliciously With Tara Teaspoon Review
|Live Life Deliciously With Tara Teaspoon: Recipes for Busy Weekdays and Leisurely Weekends
|October 6, 2020, Shadow Mountain Publishing
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|$32.99 Hardcover, $20.42 Kindle
Most people who have been cooking for a while don’t want a cookbook with basics; they are schooled in the basics and want a few mouthwatering recipes to make dinners fun and exciting. That’s why Live Life Deliciously With Tara Teaspoon: Recipes for Busy Weekdays and Leisurely Weekends by Tara Teaspoon is a great cookbook. It is jam-packed with showstopper recipes, mostly quite easy, that real people will actually want to cook.
Most of the recipes call for easy-to-find ingredients, and Teaspoon makes good use of trendy healthy foods such as avocados and chick peas. Teaspoon’s recipes utilize flavors from all over the world including Mexican, Moroccan, Asian, Thai, Italian, and Spanish. Some of the dishes are innovative such as the Savory Romesco and Almond Tart, Mexican-Spiced Black-Bean Hash Browns and Eggs, and Pistachio Cake with Yogurt and Citrus. She also includes recipes for sauces that can not only be used in the recipes in the book, but also in everyday cooking. You can’t go wrong with over a hundred recipes for appetizers, salads, soups, breads, main dishes, and desserts that are a little different and a cut above what you often find in standard cookbooks.
One of the best parts of this cookbook is that it has beautiful photographs of almost every dish. This makes it easy to see what the dish will look like, and will inspire cooks to make several of the recipes.
This is definitely a cookbook for anyone who loves to cook and wants to present beautiful dishes without having to spend hours in the kitchen. Highly recommended.
Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.
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