What I also like about this cookbook are the tips, techniques and comments with each recipe. There are pointers called 'if this apron could talk, ingredients 411, kid friendly, savvy subs and adds and serving suggestions' alongside the recipes. Each recipe does not have all of the pointers, just the ones that are relevant.
I made a lentil loaf recipe from the cookbook. It tasted good, but I should have added less thyme. When I told the DH what we were having for lunch, I used an analogy of a meat loaf. He thought otherwise and was looking at it and said it is really about lentils and I am eating lentils. He couldn't finish his portion as it is filling so the dog had a mouthful of the loaf and he did not hesitate in vacuuming in the remaining morsels. I will definitely make the recipe again.
Here is the link for the recipe to make the Lentil loaf.
|Putting the final touches on the loaf before baking.|