I want to share this terrific “Kitchen Confidential Cookbook Club” – read on to find out more!
Hi there, It is my pleasure to share with you today Dorothy Grover-Read’s review of Milk Street Tuesday Nights Mediterranean. Dorothy is one of the most generous food bloggers I have met. She is open-handed with her recipes and her cooking advice. A lot of Dorothy’s recipes are plant-based because she has a genuine interest…KITCHEN CONFIDENTIAL COOKBOOK CLUB – Dorothy Grover-Read reviews Whole Wheat Pasta with Walnut Sauce and Swiss Chard — New Classic Recipe
For those who followed my “52 In 22” cooking challenge, you know I ended with a pasta dish:
Yes, Stanley Tucci’s incredible “Timpano” dish – a based pasta cake, was something else…see the recipe here:
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Thanks for sharing this post, John. I have joined Bernadette and friends for this cookbook club challenge.
I have as well…not sure she thinks I will commit so I will have to prove her wrong!
I look forward to your choices of dish. You were very committed to your 52 week challenge last year and posted without fail. I must admit that I did skip a few weeks with mine.
I am going to try and mix and match with fun side dishes and large main courses, plus some unique soups from different parts of the world as I love wet food! Great as always to hear from you Robbie!
That is what I’m doing too 💖
it looks great and I’ll be following her as well.
I’m not convinced I would like a walnut-flavoured sauce, but I am happy to take your word for it. And the finished meal looks good too.
Best wishes, Pete.
A great share, John…Lovely to see you joining us on Bernadettes Cookbook Challenge 🙂
I love the idea of it and will be sharing more regularly…as I am sharing your look at food around the world as well!
It’s a great idea and thank you, John your shares are much appreciated 🙂