I could pick what I share on my own but I would love for you guys to help pick. Let me know what sections interest you to see, what you would like to see me cook. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or message me here if there is something that catches your eye. Until then, I'll start at the beginning and see what I can get to before the end of the month.
Below you will find all the foods you voted for me to cook from this amazing cookbook.
This soup doesn't look like much but it is delicious. I wasn't able to find any sorrel so I checked Google for a replacement and used spinach with a touch of lemon juice instead.
This lovely dessert was the first souffle I had made in over a decade. If you have ever wanted to make a souffle but felt intimidated by doing it, don't be. It's a very straight forward dish to make with a touch of care it comes out perfect.
This was by far the easiest risotto I have ever made, and one of the most delicious. The saffron was beautiful, both to the eye and the palette.
I think this dish is more commonly known as Welsh Rarebit which caused a little bit of confusion with voting(you know who you are). It is a bitter, gooey cheese toast that is perfect comfort food.
Meatballs are a favorite in my house so when my husband declared these to be the best meatballs he has ever had it was a bit of a surprise but very true. They are moist and flavorful and have been added to my personal cookbook. Delicious.
This recipe is the only one, out of all the ones I cooked that I didn't really care for. The texture was too grainy for me. I love the flavor of the hazelnuts but I think if I were to make it again I would run it through a nut-milk bag.
If you make one thing from this cookbook this cake should be it. The texture, flavor and smell scream autumn and are perfect with a touch of cinnamon whipped cream.
This recipe was surprise hit in my house. Some members of my house have a dislike of eggplant but this dish was completely devoured with in minutes. If you decide to make it be sure to boil your egg plants well before stuffing them. They are actually cooked in the water not the oven.
Curry is a staple in my household, it gets eaten about once a week. This one is delicious. The rice was a nice addition but I think my favorite part was the suggestion to serve it with candied ginger. In all the times I have eaten curry, at home and in restaurants I have never had it with a side of candied ginger and I have no idea why, its a perfect sweet and spicy little pop that added a lot to the dish when you are eating it.
A dark, moist cake with a soft creamy frosting. The frosting however decided it hated me and no matter what I did it wouldn't hold together. It may not have been the most beautiful cake but it was lovely to eat.
Last, but most certainly not least was this moist tender roast with potato dumplings. The gravy recipe scared me a little with the addition of gingersnaps but they added an amazing texture, not to mention flavor to the gravy that I will never fear adding cookies to gravy again. The little dumplings were just as magical with the chewy little croutons hidden inside.