If ever there was a cookbook Grandma would love to love, Jennifer Nolan's Flavours from the Heart would be it! The book is stuffed with 22 down-home recipes, UK style, that many on this side of the Great Pond will enjoy too. One feature that I really like is that many of the recipes serve only 2 or 3, a big plus for smaller households. I've even just thrown Jennifer's Heart Warming Soup into the slow cooker and do not expect to have to eat it all week. There are, however, some problems that make the book less than usable.
First and foremost, while there is a list of recipes, it is not interactive and does not interface with the Kindle Navigation Menu. The reader-chef will have to page and page to find the recipe s/he wants to use. Note that this is the primary reason that Grandma gave the book 2 stars instead of 3 or 4. The first requirement for a cookbook is that you be able to find what you want quickly and easily. (Fix that and Grandma will revise her review!)
There are a few "translation" problems - oven bottom muffins (recipes are available online or substitute English Muffins), double cream (heavy cream), knobs of butter (2 to 3 tablespoons). One in particular that stuck out was "1 whole pack of butter", for which Grandma can find no reference. Going by her own experience making Garlic Bread, 1 stick (4 ounces) of butter would be about the right amount for the 6-8 slices of bread called for.
Interesting content that with a Table of Contents and some minor revision will be a nice addition to your library of cookbooks!