This is a stunningly photographed, glossy cookbook which is informally informative. It is like some of your friends are sharing their recipes. If I may say, this is a not a cookbook, but a sharing of ideas and one can relate to it. It also helps in ripping off the mask of the processed food industry. Lisa Leake’s book talks about how can one makes choices when it comes to tasty food.
Coming to the book itself, the recipes are great yet simple. One does not need to break a sweat in trying to understand what a particular ingredient means. I have tried quite a few recipes and have liked all of them.