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July 25, 2014


Beth F

Reading is often a busman's holiday -- and the sloppy editing would drive me batty. I don't need a recipe to tell me how to season a steak before grilling and I would never be that fussy over potatoes -- even for company or a holiday. Too bad this wasn't a winner.

And ha! On the spatchcocking reference. I swear it's making a comeback.

Sarah @ Sarah's Book Shelves

My husband and I always cook our steaks in a cast iron skillet...we've determined it's the most delicious way! And, I'm with you on the side dishes...I usually go for some simply roasted veggies. I def don't like to do a ton of work for the sides!

JoAnn @ Lakeside Musing

Well, probably not a cookbook for me as I also prefer simple vegetable sides. Your post reminds me that I need to get back into the Meatless Monday habit.


Huh--I've been seeing lots of cookbooks for Blogging for Books lately. I hadn't considered that aspect of Crown. I might have to check it out.

Anyway, this sounds like one for my husband...although those errors do seem strange. I almost spit out my coffee when you mentioned 2.5 pounds of lamb per person (though my husband might not disagree). Simple sides work best for me, too, though.

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