Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Too Stressed to Be Stressed Cookbook

Too Stressed to Be Stressed Cookbook
Debora M. Coty
 I don't know about you, but I'm super busy, both at work and as a mom. The author has created a book full of recipes that can be made in 20 minutes or less with simple, easy to find ingredients. They are nutritious and crowd pleasers. Because her husband is a vegetarian, she has included quite a few meatless recipes.ind the book. But after that intro it is completely different. The author is liberal with her scripture verses and quotes. Each recipe has a small list of ingredients, a few simple instructions, and often a thought or antidote about the recipe. There are colorful photographs to go along with some of the recipes. The colors and fonts are fun and playful and follow the design of the cover.

I loved the colors and layout. The recipes, while simple, weren't boring. Most of them are ones that I would be willing to try/or already tried on my super picky family. I also liked the personal and Biblical touches that the author added. I viewed the kindle version and didn't care for it. But it was a personal preference with e cookbooks, so I'll be purchasing a paper copy of this book to use. I just find it easier to use a paper book that I can make notes in, dog ear pages, etc. and I find this a bit more difficult on the iPad. Overall, would recommend a paper copy of this to any of my busy friends who want to cook great meals for their family, but aren't blessed with lots of time.

I received this book free of charge from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.

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