Welcome to the Clutter Free Book Club, where I share the books I’ve been reading (and hopefully loving.) Every couple of weeks, I review a book I’ve read, and because I am living a Clutter Free life, I pass that book on to ONE OF YOU! To be entered into the drawing, just comment on this post and you’ll be entered to win.
But there is one catch: if you win the book, you have to promise to pass it on to someone else when you’re done (keeping this book club Clutter Free.)
When you comment below, share either 1.) A book you’ve read that you think I should put on my list or, 2.) The name of the person you will pass this book onto when you’re done reading it!
The Complete Cooking for Two Cookbook: 650 Recipes for Everything You’ll Ever Want to Make Paperback – April 1, 2014
Where I bought it: Costco
Where I read it: In my kitchen where I tried out multiple recipes…
I went from feeding a family consisting of famished teenagers to becoming an empty-nester is a matter of mere years. The problem? I still have the tendency to cook as if a soccer team may stop by after practice needed to be fed. I still cook with leftovers on purpose (LOOP meals), but I’m learning to dial back and sometimes, just cook for two. I love this cookbook with loads of recipes for just two, that are mostly simple and (with every recipe we’ve tried) delicious. The ONLY reason I’m giving my copy away is that my mom bought me the hard cover version for Christmas.
Just a word on the books I read and review: I have a wide and varied sense of taste when it comes to books. I would love for you to enter and win one of my books – but if you are offended by book content, I would ask that you go online to read reviews to see if this book is for you before you enter to win.
Only US readers are eligible to receive the free book.
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