Title: Cooking from Scratch
Series: PCC Community Markets
Author’s Name: Jill Lightner
Publisher: Sasquatch Books
Page Count: 304 Pages
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How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
120 simple and delicious recipes in a cookbook that’s chock-full of nutritional information and expert advice from Seattle’s popular grocer, PCC Community Markets.
Eating healthy, local food prepared from scratch is at the heart of this cookbook from PCC Community Markets. Going strong for sixty-five years, they are respected and appreciated throughout the NW for their commitment to local producers, sustainable food practices, and healthful, organic seasonal foods.
You will find 120 recipes organized for every meal of the day, including many of PCC’s most popular dishes, such as their treasured Emerald City Salad. The book also includes cooking, storing, and shopping tips -everything you need to know to make the most of the local bounty offered in your area, wherever you live.
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I love to cook and this cook was something I wanted to read to add new tricks to my skill set. There are 120 recipes and they are broken up into several sections. Some of the sections are Drinks, Breakfast, and Side dishes. The recipes are very easy to follow and there are step by step instructions. I enjoyed using it and discovering some dishes that I did not know about.
My Rating of the Book: 4 Stars