Delightfully retro, but with great recipes,
This review is from: The New Enchanted Broccoli Forest (Paperback)
Yes this is an older style of cookbook, complete with black and white illustrations and hand-drawn lettering throughout, to the extent where the colour photos almost look out of place! Yet it is still one of my favourites, and contains recipes which are reliable, simple, but are always complimented.
The book starts with a table of conversions, imperial to metric, which I use frequently.
The chapters included are: soups, salads, breads, sauces dips and spreads, entrées, desserts, as well as chapters on menu-planning, improvisation of recipes, and lists of low fat and vegan recipes included.
Personally, I like the fact that it covers more than just the step-by-step recipes you get in some books. For instance, the chapter on tofu takes you through what sort to buy, how to marinade it etc... before it looks at individual recipes.