Are you ready for a fun new cookbook in your life? If you are (and let’s face it, we all need some inspiration in the kitchen now and then), you will love A Year with Six Sisters’ Stuff: 52 Menu Plans, Recipes, and Ideas to Bring Families Together! The cookbook has full color photos of each recipe, which I consider a must. But what makes this cookbook unique is that it is more than just recipes! The book is laid out as meal plans to make life a bit easier, and even has some fun dinner conversation prompts, and craft ideas to make meals special.
Each meal has a main dish, a side, and a dessert. The recipes are easy to follow and range from really simple, to some that take a bit more work, but none of them use exotic or hard to find ingredients. The cook book is jam packed full of what I would call “comfort foods”. You know the kind, the good, basic, tasty foods that you grew up loving. In addition to old favorites there are a lot of new finds too.
So far everything I have made has been a success. The white chocolate oatmeal cookies were especially loved by everyone who tried them. We loved the baked “fried” chicken quiet a lot as well. Although I have to admit, my eyes always go to the desserts first! Oh the desserts! I was drooling all over the place looking at them.
This is a seriously great cookbook, one that has already become a favorite in my kitchen. I can’t wait to try all of the recipes, which is really saying something (I can be a picky eater at times). If you would like a chance to win your own copy of A Year with Six Sisters’ Stuff: 52 Menu Plans, Recipes, and Ideas to Bring Families Together, just use the form below.
About the authors: SixSistersStuff.com started in February 2011 with six biological sisters (Camille, Kristin, Elyse, Stephanie, Lauren, and Kendra) who love to cook, craft, and create. After years of living close to one another, they suddenly found themselves living in different parts of the country and used the blog to stay in touch and share ideas.
Disclosure: I was provided with a copy of this cookbook for review purposes. All opinions are my own.