Big Boards for Families Cookbook Review
|Title:|| Big Boards for Families: Healthy, Wholesome Charcuterie Boards and Food Spread Recipes that Bring Everyone Around the Table|
|Published:||November 2, 2021, Fair Winds Press|
|No. of Pages:||176|
|Cover Price:||$26.99 Hardcover, $12.99 Kindle|
Boards are the latest food craze, and there are hundreds of new cookbooks just out showing us how to make beautiful boards. One of the best of these cookbooks is Big Boards for Families: Healthy, Wholesome Charcuterie Boards and Food Spread Recipes that Bring Everyone Around the Table by Sandy Coughlin. This cookbook not only explains how to set up a beautiful board, and what equipment and props are needed to create a board, but also includes dozens of boards for breakfast, lunch, and dinner that will appeal to families. Although this book is written for families, the boards are perfect for using when entertaining not only families, but also adults.
One of the best parts of this cookbook is that there is a beautiful photograph of each of the boards that the author has presented. These boards are very appealing and beautiful, and most everyone will find several that they want to create. These boards are beautiful, and they have foods on them that are fun and mouthwatering. Boards are obviously a lot of fun, and this cookbook proves that they really aren’t too much work to present. Children may eat healthy things they wouldn’t normally eat because for some reason the foods are more appealing when included on the boards. Kids love to choose their own foods, (incidentally, so do adults), and these boards make it fun.
If you’re looking for a good cookbook for boards, this is one you should definitely consider adding to your collection.
Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.
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