If you haven’t yet obtained my first cookbook, I have some great news for you. Order Kevin’s Kitchen: 100 Recipes for Delicious Living from BookBaby.com, enter the TOP SECRET code “Spring2018” at checkout, and you’ll receive your copy for $5.00 off the cover price. Some details about the book, and a few fab reviews:
1) The book is 218 pages long, and printed on glossy, heavy-stock paper. It’s a high-quality book!
2) Approximately 75% of the book’s 100 recipes are vegetarian-friendly.
3) The book includes an exhaustive index. So if you are looking for a recipe that uses a certain ingredient (i.e., “chicken” or “rosemary”), you can find the recipe in a jiff!
Breakfast and Brunch. Hosting a Sunday Brunch? Prepare one of my make-ahead brunch casseroles on Saturday night. The next morning, you’ll need only to turn on the oven before your guests arrive. Also included in this chapter: healthy granolas, sinful (and not-so-sinful) pancakes, and, and, and…
Small Savories and Sweets for Afternoon Tea or Anytime Snacks. Wanna live like a British aristocrat even when you’re not? Then you must host a classy Afternoon Tea. You might be surprised to learn that traditional cream scones, small savory sandwiches, and attractive sweets can be prepared well in advance. I’ll even show you how to make your own clotted cream!
Make-Ahead Cocktail Appetizers. Be a guest at your own cocktail party! Just gather some fresh, fragrant herbs from the garden (or farmers’ market), and turn them into irresistible dips and spreads. Then whip up my easy, elegant, make-ahead canapes, and pour yourself a drink.
First Course Soups. I think a perfumed puree of a seasonal vegetable from the garden is the best (and also the easiest) way to start a dinner party. For cold-weather dining, I rely on butternut squash, garlic, and leeks. Warm weather invites lettuce and lovage, or a soup made from red bell peppers which is much more than the sum of its few ingredients.
Main Courses. You’ll find these are suitable for either lunch or dinner. Because food-allergies and food-phobias are prevalent these days, I’ve included a number of mains that will satisfy both vegetarians and the gluten-intolerant. Almost all of the recipes can be served year-round.
Delectable Desserts. I love sweets and hope you do, too. And there is a sweet treat for every season — berries in summer, apples in autumn, and lemons and chocolate for the rest of the year. You do like chocolate, yes?
Wanna save $5.00 when you order the book? Proceed this way:
1) Click here to go to my book page.
2) Click “proceed to checkout.”
3) In the box that reads “coupon code,” type Spring2018, and then click “apply.”