I have the Kindle edition and, unlike the majority of cookbooks, it is perfectly formatted for Kindle. I should say it's perfect for Kindle Fire, because it is a large file and the full-page color pictures can be appreciated only on the Fire. Those pictures are wonderful too, one for almost every recipe, another rarity for Kindle cookbooks. For ease of reading and to save space, I want to replace my favorite print cookbooks with Kindle editions.
Other than this cookbook, that's a nearly impossible task because so many publishers don't seem to realize, or care, that a cookbook is useless without a well-organized table of contents that allows the reader to navigate to each individual recipe. An index is almost as necessary as the TOC, but is usually missing from Kindle cookbooks. Also, I don't understand why so many cookbook publishers think anyone would be willing to guess which ingredient goes with each measurement because they can't be bothered to format them so that measurements and ingredients line up properly on the same line. No problems at all with this Kindle edition.
Did I mention that the Kindle edition of this book is perfectly formatted? It meets every expectation I have for a cookbook,including a good variety of excellent recipes. Those big beautiful pictures are a bonus treat.