In HFD’s series Get Cookin’, we share highly-reviewed cookbooks by chefs you know and others you may not.
We’re always on the hunt for new, and preferably easy, dishes to add to our repertoire. So, we searched the Internet for highly-rated cookbooks to share here on Home for Dinner. If the photography, illustrations, and reviews are any indication, these cookbooks should be a great addition to your kitchen library. First up: Add a Pinch by Robyn Stone.
In this case, you can truly judge a book by its cover. “Easier,” “faster,” and “fresher” recipes are what you’ll find in Robyn Stone’s debut cookbook, Add a Pinch. The popular food blogger specializes in southern classics for today’s lifestyle. As Ree Drummond writes, Robyn “cooks in the real world, for real people, in a real family.” In fact, Add a Pinch dedicates chapters to skillet, slow cooker, and one-dish suppers – essentials for busy families.
Here’s a recipe to try!
Lasagna in 30 minutes? Add a Pinch shows you how with this one-pan recipe. Robyn calls her Skillet Lasagna a favorite from her cookbook. It looks super easy to make and can feed the entire family. [Get recipe]
See this recipe and more in Add a Pinch.
Photography via Add a Pinch