I had some book mail recently – that’s always a cool thing to get home and find books in the mailbox! I received a copy of Power Plates cookbook and a copy of Fluff, a historical narrative on …Fluff 🙂
Power Plates! I seriously plan to make something from this book if I can actually put it to use instead of staring at the pages. Eye candy for the foodie lover for sure! The photos are stunning and each bowl meal looks so great, you could almost lick the page!
That sounded gross, didn’t it? But it’s so true! Vibrant colors, artfully and deliciously displayed and a variety that will please an adventurous eater. Cusines from around the globe are represented with Indian, Italian, Greek, Spanish, Asian and more.
If you are into healthy eating you will adore this book. What should I make first? Cheesy Cream of Broccoli Soup with Smoky Roasted Chickpeas or a warm tofu chopped salad? The salmon bowls appeal to me greatly (I love salmon)
Here are some tacos that’s high on my list to try. Not my photo, I grabbed it shamelessly from amazon HERE, so there is the credit where credit is due.
Not all the meals in this books are bowl meals, you have some for the stove top, oven, blender….but I love the idea of a bowl meal.
Fluff ! This book has such detailed research and old photos. You can tell a lot of hard work went into this narrative. I remember coming home from school and getting a Fluffernutter sandwich. This brought back memories of when I was kid growing up near Philadelphia. Believe it or not, simpler times. There are so many old photographs and historical info recorded. This is great for a history buff or those who love Fluff.
*I received Power Plates from Blogging for Books for this review. All opinions, nice and no-so-nice are my own 🙂
2 thoughts on “Power Plates (Photos so stunning you could lick the page!) and Fluff, a sticky sweet story”
Both of these look great. I have a Whole Bowls Cookbook by Allison day, which I use all the time. It seems like a similar idea. I still use Fluff every Xmas to make some fudge – love fluff!
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My husband never used Fluff but i remember using it all the time when I was kid, Must be a northern thing!