Southern from Scratch by Ashley English is an excellent look at Southern cuisine. Whether you're actually from the South, if you're looking to cook this delicious cuisine, Southern from Scratch can help.
If you're new to Keto or are debating whether you should try eating less carbs, The Deliciously Keto Cookbook is a must have! It offers plenty of information and some great recipes.
The Enchantress of Numbers by Jennifer Chiaverini offers a look at the life of Ada Lovelace, the first female computer programmer.
200 Ways to Make a Salad works better from a history perspective than it does as a recipe/cookbook. It is a fun look at a lot of recipes from back in the day, most of which probably aren't made much anymore.
500 Ketogenic Recipes is a clear cut name for a clear cut book of recipes. The problem is that some of the recipes are repeats from other books, easily found online, or filled with recipe substitutions and offered quirky names like "Fauxtatoes."
Low Sugar, So Simple is a cookbook offers 100 recipes suited to a low sugar, possibly low carb diet. Some of the recipes are great. The question is whether enough of them are great when so few recipes are available to begin with?
The House on Foster Hill offers mystery, intrigue, and even some highly predictable romance. That said, it's not a disappointing read. Fans of mystery romance novels should check this one out.
If you like Brunstetter's series of novels, you'll love this kitchy companion piece, but if you want it as a cooking tool, you might want to pass.
Note: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. On the surface, The Scholar, book one of The Genoa Chronicles by JJ Anders has everything a fantasy lover could want in a book series. There are mythical beings that are able to use magic, intrigue, a mystery to solve, and even a little romance. The description immediately drew me in. I settled in ready and excited to enjoy a n...
The Chimera Sanction had all of the necessary elements to make a great book, but in the end, the poor writing and lack of character development made this the most pointless book I've read this year.