Sounds great. I'm going to check it out, pick out some recipes and get back to you!
I have the book! AndI tried the plain scones this morning. They were quite easy to pull together, but I think I would take Heidi's suggestion and weigh the ingredients instead of measuring in cups. But really, the scones were light and tender and were quickly disappearing when I last checked......:-)
- kitkat voted for the following inSat 05 Feb 2011 21:09:03 GMT
Well I am enjoying reading Melissa's stories, and I am going to try a recipe tonight: Pomegrante Roasted Carrots (not sure that is the correct title, but you'll find it). Sounds really yummy, especially to someone who loves pomegranate molasses. Heidi, I make your muhammara all the time. In fact the carrots will be a side to Heidi's orange glazed tempeh, although I am using tofu. A little arugala salad on the side, sounds good?
Although I am a vegetarian, and In the Kitchen seems meat/fish based, I will pull many tasty sounding vegetarian options to try.
I'll let you know how...
- kitkat voted for the following inWed 28 Apr 2010 20:26:06 GMT
I love this book! This is probably my go-to place for quick healthy recipes. I have gushed to friends about Heidi and her style of cooking, and many have become followers and have bought the book. Mine is tired looking from the many uses it gets, but I love it even more for that. A trusted companion in the kitchen!
This is my bible. The pages are worn and stained. I use it for inspiration, I use it to explore new vegetables, I use it to cook a simple meal, a fancy meal, and I use it for reference. Definitely a favorite. I dream of starting at page one and working my way through, like Julie Powell did when plowing through Julia Child's "The Art of French Cooking". Someday.... but in the meantime, definitely a favorite.
- kitkat voted for the following inWed 28 Apr 2010 20:03:31 GMT