Wednesday, December 16, 2015
Cookbook Review: Kitchen Matrix
Christmas is almost here! It sure is hard to believe. Time goes by so much more quickly than I realize. I had meant to get to this cookbook review before now, but have been very busy with school. I was anxious to get a look at Mark Bittman's Kitchen Matrix cookbook. It is indeed a very interesting book. He promises "more than 700 simple recipes and techniques to mix and match for endless possibilities." This definitely sounded like something I wanted to check out.
The book is hardcover and has a nice feel to it. There were lots of photos inside, which is always a very important thing to me. What I really like about this cookbook is that it gives you so many ways to prepare one item. He gives 12 different ways to prepare cabbage, 12 different ways to make beets, 12 different ways to cook shrimp. You definitely won't be bored with the ideas in this book. I like how he shows a variety of ways to make each item. Sometimes it can be easy to get in a rut and make the same things the same way. This would be a big help with that.
I would definitely recommend that you check out this cookbook and see if you might want to add it to your collection. It would be a valuable addition for sure!
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Disclaimer: I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review. However, these opinions are my own.