Here’s another entry in this great cookbook review / recipe series!
Hi there, It is my pleasure to introduce you to my friend and fellow blogger Darlene Foster. Darlene blogs at
Click to see the entire recipe and review, plus more on Darlene!
COOKBOOK CONFIDENTIAL COOKBOOK CLUB – Darlene Foster reviews Greek Style Spinach Rice with Shrimp and Dill — New Classic Recipe
For those who want more fun recipes, here’s one I shared last year:
This chili recipe is so delicious that Elizabeth Taylor would have it flown around the world when she was working!
Click here for the recipe!
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This sounds really good and thanks for connecting me to her, I’m now a follower’s
Thanks for sharing, John. I really liked this cook book. I made two of the recipes and plan to make more.
Darlene is a multi-talented writer indeed. Shared on Twitter.
Best wishes, Pete.
Good to see, Darlene here with this delicious recipe 🤗
Thanks so much for sharing the recipe I tried for this cookbook challenge. A wonderful cookbook, and everything I’ve tried from it has been a success.