I've rented this cookbook twice, and ended up purchasing it to own in the end, as the recipes are delicious, intuitive, and combine ingredients that are new to me in creative ways. I've made many of her dishes for friends and family and I'm always sending them to her blog or this cookbook for the recipes when they rave about them. Some favorites I've made many times: apple ricotta pancakes with bacon butter, angel hair frittata, bibimbap, the down under Aussie burger, and her chocolate coconut caramel bars.
This book was a real disappointment; in fact I found it downright annoying. Most of the recipes are overly fussy with mind-blowing quantities of ingredients and involve multiple components; for example, the Roasted Broccoli has 3 components, two of which involve 6 ingredients each. This for a vegetable side dish! And the more difficult to obtain the ingredient, the better; for example, calling for Manchego cheese in recipes where one might as well use Parmesan. And the few recipes I did try just weren't that good.
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