I’ve enjoyed lots and lots of great cookery books this year, and reviewed several of them here on Kavey Eats.
I used to find it hard to make use of my full collection until I started using Eat Your Books, an online service that helps you catalogue all the books you own, and to easily search the resulting index to find recipes using a given ingredient… if you’re wondering just what to do with that aubergine and tub of crème fraiche, just plug in those ingredients to see a list of every matching recipe so that all you have to do is grab the relevant book from your shelf and flick to the right page. You can also search on cuisines or by course if you prefer. And to add even more value, Eat Your Books also catalogues and links to a huge list of recipes online, including some of mine here on Kavey Eats. You can read my full review of Eat Your Books here, though note that prices and features may have changed slightly since then.
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In the meantime, here is a reminder of all the books I’ve reviewed this year. Please note that this post contains Amazon affiliate links (see sidebar for more information).
Chocolate: Indulge Your Inner Chocoholic by Dom Ramsey.
Read my full review of Chocolate: Indulge Your Inner Chocoholic.
Find Chocolate: Indulge Your Inner Chocoholic on Amazon.
If you are looking for more great cookery books, check out my round up of cookbooks from 2015 here.
Kavey Eats was not compensated for this post, but still uses a subscription to Eat Your Books originally provided for review in 2014. Amazon links are affiliate links – please see sidebar for more information.