COOK LIKE A PRO

by Ina Garten

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    • Through Ina Gartnen, I have learned how to make a great chocolat pudding cake, baked eggs, sophisticated cocktails, how to entertain and set a tale. She is a joy to watch on her cooking show. Until this book, Cook Like a Pro (and I have all of her books), she has been a pro, but this time around, the book is filled with usless recipes where even finding the rubarb, the abundance of figs, cekery root, and would need more eggplant than my super-makret stpcks jn eggplant season. Seriously, Ina, would you really make a celery root and chickpea puree for your guests? I'm a seasoned cook, but have no idea what Shaksbuka is. Lastly, I'm not sure I would prepare vanilla roast rubarb with yogurt...Moscato poached fruit? I hesitate to criticize my cooking guru, so I will agree with another review who stated that Ina Garten must not have written this book. If so, I hope she writes aother good one like all the others in the past. Sorry, but it is not a worthwhile book. TRy Basics, Cooking for Jeffery and Paris...Yum
    • So very disappointed. Just not the kind of recipes that make me want to try them. Her older books are so much better. Don’t know what’s happened. I have all her books and I use some more than others, unfortunately I can tell this will not be a go to book for company or otherwise.
    • I have every one of Ina’s cookbooks. The photography never disappoints, which is why this review gets 2 stars from me. However, the recipes in Cook Like a Pro are uninspired. After her first few cookbooks, which were packed with recipes I wanted to try, the subsequent ones either contained retreads of old recipes or recipes that I wouldn’t make.The only recipe that interested me in this book was the lemon ricotta pancakes with fresh figs. Even with this recipe, I’d sub out the figs for blueberries.Ina appears to have mined all of her recipe ideas in her previous books.
    • Just like all of Ina's books, this one does is just wonderful. I look forward to making a number of her dishes. I'm not biased or anything BUT I do own all of her books :)
    • I am returning this book. It is on the other end of the scale compared to her first books. There is nothing here that inspired me one bit. Not sure what happened. I still think she is one of the best out there,just not this book.