What’s in the book?
EASY HOME COOKING Cook and Bake with Ease From my kitchen to yours: A collection of curated recipes by Ginia Basu. Loved the title and easy to make recipes. She has compiled 14 different recipes in this book. There are two categories in the book – cookies, cakes, bread, and savories.
Why this Book?
A geologist and a food enthusiast @ginidginius loves to experiment in the kitchen. She has a collection of curated recipes and food stories in her this book of her ‘Easy Home Cooking’. I loved the section of cookies, cakes, and bread as Myself too loves baking. Orange cranberry loaf cake and blueberry white chocolate muffins are the names that sound so yummy I am sure the baked product is also equally yummy.
All the pictures are mouthwatering and a person like me who loves cookies anytime would love to simply dig in them. The ingredients that increased my interest in the book more were whole wheat flour, date palm jaggery, and fresh fruits. Her added notes seem to be the secret ingredient to each recipe don’t miss
How’s the Book?
Book Title: EASY HOME COOKING Cook and Bake with Ease
Author: Ginia Basu
Number of Pages: 80
Where to find the Book?
Available: Ebook in PDF In Blogchatter Library.
This review is a part of BlogChatter Book review program. I am loving this journey of eBook reading with #BlogchatterEbook, who has given authors a great platform to showcase their books.
Who’s the Author?
Ginia Basu is a food enthusiast who loves to experiment in the kitchen. She is a geologist by profession. She loves to cook and bake for her loved ones. When she is not in the kitchen, you will find her busy in a book or pottering around in her little balcony garden filled with a very large number of plants which are very dear to her. She also loves to write about food and life experiences in her free time. Her aim in life is to cook and bake her way through life. Also to share all her kitchen experiences on the way. This is her first book consisting of a collection of curated recipes all of which have been tried and tested at home. She contributes her recipes in a blog called thefoodlives.com.