Here We Go Again Cookbook Review

Here We Go Again Cookbook Review

Title: Here We Go Again: Recipes and Inspiration to Level Up Your Leftovers
Author: Tiffani Thiessen and Rachael Holtzman
Published: September 26, 2023, Worthy Books
No. of Pages: 288
Cover Price: $28.80 Hardcover, $15.99 Kindle

Got leftovers? Unfortunately most of us do. There are dozens of cookbooks out there with mundane ways to use them up. However, Here We Go Again: Recipes and Inspiration to Level Up Your Leftovers is different. It includes recipes that are unique and use lots of ingredients such as stale crackers and pretzels, veggies, meats and chicken, and other things we always seem to have leftover. The author, Tiffani Thiessen, is an actress and television chef, who obviously likes her food to taste good and be a bit exciting instead of just finding boring ways to use up leftovers that shouldn’t be wasted.

The recipes have fun names, and are appealing, both to adults and children. They are written in standard recipe form with comments at the beginning, followed by a list of ingredients, ending with step-by-step instructions that are easy to understand. Most of the recipes are fairly easy, so both beginning and advanced cooks can turn out picture perfect dishes that nobody will guess are made from leftovers.

Most of the dishes include beautiful photographs, and there are also lots of photos of the author and her family (actresses, it seems like to have their pictures taken and noticed). The dishes are mouthwatering, and the photos make them more appealing. This is actually an excellent cookbook and one that will inspire cooks to use up their leftovers in innovative ways.

All told, leftovers aren’t fun, but this cookbook is.

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

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