February is already over and I have no idea where it went. How did your February go? Mine was uneventful and I really like spending time with my family. Even tho by now I’m 26 years old being home is just the best. Home means peace and healthy living to me, I have time to eat right, workout on a daily base and just enjoy life.
Since I’m back home now I got time to cook and bake a ton more than I used too and I love it. My hips not so much but it gives me time to test and fail or succeed. Right now I’m making some mini muffins. If they turn out god I might show them on the blog later this month. But until then enjoy my review: Books in February.
If you want to see more books, read the review from January. Any books you really liked so far and can recommend to me? I like cook books, romance and personal development books.
Vegetarisch! Frisch, gesund und einfach lecker.
Publishing company: NGV
Page count: 240
Price: 3,99 €
Back cover: Enjoy vegetarian food and that every day. With this little book this will be no problem. Around 100 fresh, easy and day by day proofed recipes switch up your kitchen routine.
Recommendation: I’m a vegetarian for almost 4 years now and let me tell you I thought I already know most recipes without meat but this book showed me one more time, that I can never know all of them. This book has some really great recipes and they are all super easy to make. Perfect for the on the go people.
Just 5 ingredients – low calorie
Publishing company: Hamlyn
Page count: 192
Price: 7,99 €
Back cover: 100 effortless recipes for low-calorie meals prepared with just 5 ingredients.
Be amazed at what delicious low-calorie meals you can make with no more than 5 ingredients – for example, Herby Lentil Salad with Parma Ham Crisps, Baked Cod with Tomato & Basil Sauce, Sweet Potato & Cabbage Soup, Griddled Tandoori Chicken, Wild Mushroom Omelette, Smoked Salmon & Cream Cheese Risotto, Walnut & Banana Sunrise Smoothie, Chocolate Brownies and Raspberry & Shortbread Mess.
Recommendation: Great, simple recipes that can be main dishes or sides. The ones I’ve tried so far have all been delicious. Nice photographs as well.
Ulrike Sosnitza – Novemberschokolade
Publishing company: Heyne
Page count: 368
Price: 10,30 €
Back cover: Cinnamon, cilantro and of course chocolate – in Würzburgs unique chocolatier amazing smells are in the air. Here Lea Winter plays her magic and makes some of the best chocolate delicatessen. But just the love and passion for it doesn’t pay the bills. Lea is almost bankrupt and has to find a solution, one day she decides to attend a competition for Chocolatiers. In the middle of her research she finds her long lost mother. Lea is off on the way to meet her for the first time and what she finds out is a hard and dull truth.
Recommendation: It took me only a couple of hours until I was done with this book. It is easy to read and caught my attention right away. I love books which include cooking or baking and a romance. The description in the books about the smell and the look of some products made me think about trying them on my own. I can highly recommend this book to everyone who loves to read.