Cookbook Corner – The Dirty Apron Cookbook

Happy Wednesday! Today’s “Cookbook Corner” is becoming a favorite of mine – it’s entered my kitchen – and hasn’t left yet… Matter of fact – there’s one recipe in the book that I would scream from the rooftops if I could – it is THAT incredible. What is it!? Read on…

The Dirty Apron Cookbook Blaise the Baker Cookbook Corner

“The Dirty Apron Cookbook” By: David Robertson

This cookbook came into my kitchen about a month ago – and hasn’t left since. First off – are you familiar with “Dirty Apron Cooking”!? If not, click here – It is a beautiful cooking school – but really so much more than that. I have read through their website and love their philosophies in life, and in the kitchen. Take a minute to look through their website, and then read on…

Like I said previous, this book has entered my kitchen and hasn’t left. There are so many delicious recipes that are easy, flavorful and “comforting” to me.

For example – the “Dirty Apron Scones” (page 12) are amazing and delicious – AND it’s really two recipes in one. There is a “Dried Fruit Scone” variety – OR a “Spicy Cheese” variety – a sweet AND savory option…

“Smoked Salmon Bagels with Lemon and Dill Cream Cheese” (page 21) is an absolute delight on the tongue. I mean really – how delicious does smoked salmon sound on a bagel with lemon and dill cream cheese?! YUM!

“How to Poach an Egg” (page 26) literally taught me HOW to poach an egg properly. I have followed recipes for years in how to poach an egg – and failed every time. You NEED this book for this recipe…

“Kale Caesar Salad” (page 51) is a genius way of using kale in a new and unexpected way. I LOVE this salad – and when I made it – had rave reviews!

“Roast Chicken Sandwich” (page 56) is an amazing dish – and one I’ve made more than once. This is perfect also the next day for leftovers or for a “leftover picnic”… Something to think about.

The chapter on “Seafood” still amazes me. Delicious dishes and flavor combinations that I’ve never seen before. “Cinnamon-Soaked Tuna” (page 82) for example – or “Macadamia Nut-Crusted Mahi Mahi with Chili Coconut Sauce and Fennel and Papaya Salad (page 97) – GENIUS!

“Southern Fried Chicken Wings with Jalapeno Cornbread and Honey Butter” (page 113) was a huge hit. I wondered – why not use this same recipe but on chicken LEGS?! And the cornbread is a perfect next-day treat as well.

“Oatmeal Raisin Cookies” (page 138) are delicious and so easy – and the perfect combination of flavors!

“Lemon Bars” (page 143) are a PERSONAL FAVORITE of mine! So so good – and so EASY! This will be one of the first recipes you should try from this amazing book…

NOW – time for what I was talking about earlier – the recipe that you need to buy this book for… “The Dirty Twixter Bars” (page 144) – these are INCREDIBLE! It’s like a “Twix” candy bar – mixed with a “Skor” candy bar. Unreal and SO easy to make – and yet SO delicious! I literally melted on the floor when I tasted these. I was amazed that just a few ingredients (and such simple steps) could create something so delicious – but trust me – you will love these! Remember: PAGE 144 people!!! 😉

“The Dirty Doughnuts” (page 149) are delicious – but I’ve never turned down a doughnut…

“Sticky Toffee Puddings with Bailey’s Caramel Sauce” (page 163) is also a recipe I have marked with a large note card (along with several others) because it looked delicious and I’m such a fan of sticky toffee pudding!

I highly recommend this cookbook to those who love good, comforting food – sometimes with a twist. I love the “feeling” I get from the cookbook – and I really think that you will to… And remember – PAGE 144!!!

To buy “The Dirty Apron Cookbook”, please click here…

The personal views and reviews of this blog are mine and mine alone. Any opinion or thought expressed are strictly my own. More information can be found by emailing me your questions. Shout out and special thanks to Figure 1 Publishing for this opportunity.



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