Seven Spoons by Tara O'Brady
I've been reading Tara's blog (also named Seven Spoons) for years and I love pretty much every cookbook published by 10 Speed, so I had high expectations for this book. The design is beautiful - somewhat understated, with lovely photography and a stylish but easy to read font. (This is a personal pet peeve of mine - cookbooks with beautiful, but difficult to read fonts.) Recipes range from the basic (soft-set scrambled eggs, avocado toast, blitzed ricotta with peas, lime ginger ale, and homemade yogurt), to the more complex (chaat tostadas, bee-stung fried chicken, and Vietnamese coffee ice cream). To be perfectly frank, I feel silly reviewing this book, since I'm not sure I have anything to say that hasn't been said a dozen times before by bloggers with many more readers than me. This will be a very popular book among people who already follow Seven Spoons.
Note: I received an eGalley from NetGalley to review (being a librarian has it's perks!)