Cookbook of the month, April 2014, A change of Appetite by Diana Henry

Anna: I’m finding this book quite overwhelming but that might be because I’m trying to read it on a kindle.

Kirstin: I’m struggling on my kindle too, but the pictures make it all worth it.

Maureen: If you went old school like me and had a hard copy, you wouldn’t have these problems. Plus, there’s a ribbon to mark the recipes! You know I love a ribbon.

Anna: I like the look of everything, but I wish I had a personal chef to cook it all and present it beautifully for me.

Kirstin: Yes, they do make all the recipes look amazing, don’t they? I love that there’s Middles Eastern food, Asian food but also some European recipes.

Maureen: I anticipate a lot of running around looking for specialised ingredients, which I’m dreading, to be honest.

Anna: I like that a lot of the recipes seem to have an interesting twist, especially with the ingredients. But I’m finding it difficult to picture myself making a lot of them… I think “that looks yum” and then I look at the list of ingredients or the cooking method and I think “where’s that personal chef again?”

Kirstin: I think this is the perfect book for Spring with all that healthiness thrown in too.

Maureen: I’m not so sure about throwing rose petals on some of these dishes, but I’m willing to give it a go.

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Cookbook of the month, April 2014, A change of Appetite by Diana Henry

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