There are only a few cookbooks that I actually sit and read from cover to cover and all of the recipes capture my attention. And rarely does a cookbook, with no colorful photos do this for me. But for some reason, I was very intrigued by The Brown Bag Lunch Cookbook. It’s premise is that it offers healthy choices for lunches for grown ups and it tells you creative ways to reuse your leftover dinner for lunch. And for someone like me who is always looking for healthy choices for lunch and who is trying my best to avoid frozen processed lunches, this cookbook is really going to come in handy. I definitely recommend this for your cookbook collection and as a gift for anyone who is challenged in the area of making lunch beyond the childhood peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
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- the cook(book)ing school: A Cookbook of Grand Proportions, The Oprah Winfrey Magazine Cookbook (cookbookingschool.wordpress.com)
- the cook(book)ing school: review of the vegetarian family cookbook by nava atlas (cookbookingschool.wordpress.com)
- National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day (carsandcake.com)
- happenings: writing a cookbook (madeyedlinblog.com)
- The First Cookbook That You Can Actually Cook Is A Deliciously Great Idea (gizmodo.com.au)