That Noodle Life Cookbook Review

That Noodle Life Cookbook Review

Title: That Noodle Life: Soulful, Savory, Spicy, Slurpy
Author: Mike Le and Stephanie Le
Published: April 12, 2022, Workman Publishing
No. of Pages: 272
Cover Price: $30.00 Hardcover, $9.99 Kindle

Love pasta but need some ideas on how to make innovative pasta dishes at home? That Noodle Life: Soulful, Savory, Spicy, Slurpy by popular bloggers Michael Le and Stephanie Le, who created I am a Food Blog, is a delightful cookbook dedicated to everyone who likes pasta prepared in unique ways. This beautiful cookbook has a colorful chart with photos of different shaped pastas and many different noodles from China, Italy, Japan, and other foreign places.

That Noodle Life is very colorful, and includes beautiful, mouthwatering photographs of almost every recipe. This makes for a cookbook with universal appeal. However, the uniqueness of the dozens of recipes is the main focus of the book. There are recipes using homemade fresh noodles (a recipe and instructions are included), store-bought dry noodles, and even ramen noodles. Sauces include recipes for flavoring sauces as well as main dish sauces using vegetables, seafood, meats and poultry. The sections on equipment and ingredients are very helpful, especially for beginning cooks.

That Noodle Life has enough recipes that give everyone an excuse to eat noodles and pasta with different sauces every day for months, without falling into the same old-same old cycle. The recipes are written in standard form and are easy-to-follow; everyone can make these recipes.

All told, That Noodle Life is a wonderful cookbook that belongs on everyone’s shelf. This is a fun book and is highly recommended.

Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.

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