Tuesday, April 11, 2023

Gifts for the Cookbook Enthusiast!

I know I have mentioned this before but I am a collector of cookbooks. I enjoy cooking and trying out new recipes, so having an array of cookbooks at my grasp is a must. My favorites are the ones with colorful photos of food and stories behind the recipes. I received two new cookbooks to add to my collection and I absolutely loved them. From independent publishers Ulysses Press, 50 Things to Bake Before You Die and The I Love Trader Joe's Air Fryer Cookbook.

Author Allyson Reedy puts together an assortment of recipes from some of the best bakeries and bakers. Cakes, cookies, pies, crème brulee (my absolute, all time, favorite desert ever), you name it. The photos are lovely and make you want to try every single recipe in the book. 

I made these Salted Peanut Butter Cookies and they were sooo good. I am not a big baker mostly because I am not a big fan of sweets but these were yum! My daughter Penelope is really into baking so I thought she would love this cookbook. I was right! She has bookmarked several pages of recipes that she plans on baking. 

Author Rita Mock-Pike has put together over 100 recipes using foods found at Trader Joe's and my favorite kitchen appliance ever, the air fryer. Trader Joe's is so much fun to shop at and carries some delicious items. When I saw this cookbook which paired my favorite grocery store with my favorite cooking tool I was sold. The book is full of appetizers, sides and main dish recipes that are tasty and quick to make. This is a must have cookbook if you like cooking but also don't want to spend hours in the kitchen prepping and making a mess. I am so excited for my next Trader Joes shopping trip! 

Both of these cookbooks would make great additions to your collection or as a gift for someone who enjoys spending time in the kitchen. You can find copies of these and more books from Ulysses Press on Amazon. 

The featured product{s} in this post were provided to me free of charge by the manufacturer or PR company representing them. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and not influenced in any way by  anyone.

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