Book Review: Easy Home Cooking

This review has been written as part of the Blogchatter Book Review Program.

Cooking is one of the most complicated things for both men and women. If you haven’t had any experience in cooking, you will find it difficult to cook good quality meals unless you follow recipes. It is in this scenario, you will find the usefulness of ebook such as Easy Home Cooking authored by Ginia Basu using which you will be able to not only cook but also bake with ease. You will find a collection of curated recipes on the ebook. This book is part of the Blogchatter ebook carnival.

The Easy Home Cooking book consists of several interesting recipes divided into two sections. The author has provided the reasons behind authoring the ebook in the first section. You will find the image of the relevant cooking item along with a detailed description.

The author provides the list of Ingredients and the method involved in a bulleted format. I hope this will help readers to easily learn the steps instead of confusing paragraphed content. The best part of the Easy Home Cooking is that the author has provided several pictures of each item, which adds more beauty to the content. You will know the kind of type you are going to cook with the help of the images.

The author has followed a uniform style to present the content in all recipes. However, in some cases, Ginia has provided extra content to supplement the original method. The image of the third recipe with raisins looks impressive and attractive.

You should note that recipes included with the book require huge effort including usage of Microwave ovens. You will find plenty of interesting recipes on the Easy Home Cooking book. Moreover, the author has taken effort to provide the content in a readable font size.

I would suggest you to explore and test drive the recipes included with the book if you are a foodie. You can download Easy Home Cooking from the official Blogchatter website for a limited time in PDF format.

This review has been written as part of the Blogchatter Book Review Program.

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