I can't stop being obsessed with cookbooks, especially the ones with all pictures included. There's something about the process from beginning to end, and the final tasting; all of that just makes me so giddy. Then I realized that I have only cooked a few dishes from each one that I had stashed in my pantry. Why bother buying another and another when I had yet to try the majority of what I had?
So I decided to try to make every single recipe from each cookbook that I had. Well, that came out so outrageous and maybe even pretentious. But hey, I would be cooking dishes that I wouldn't normally dare, or even tried, such as kabocha squash or lentils.
I decided to pick a random book to start, and I documented my journey here. Thanks for checking this out, and please feel free to contact me!
He split his recipes by days of the week, rather than food categories. I made one of his dishes and loved it. From the look of it, most recipes have a good amount of ingredients and maybe some people will steer away, but I'm sure it will be good!
I'm not a fan of orzo, cucumbers, and I don't eat lamb. But for the sake of my own challenge, I will cook and taste all three if it called for it. If there's a link on the recipe, I have attempted the recipe and documented the outcome. Hopefully I finish this cookbook within reasonable amount of time!