Every Day Is Saturday by Sarah Copeland - Review
This book was received by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review, this book will be available for purchase June 2019.
From the start, I loved how the Table Of Contents looked as if i was going to order off the menu of a “homey” restaurant and let’s give an early shout-out to the images in this book, it’s an Instagrammer’s dream, they are so good.
A good sign in my opinion.
“Every Day Is Saturday” is helpful for even novice cooks, with steps on “Things to have on Hand”, a guided help I will take gladly. There’s no shame in this inexperienced cook.
Lists are super friendly to the eyes
Easy to follow lists on how to prep an amazing, useful pantry, the explanations and descriptions of products is phenomenal.
I feel like a Chef!
Also included, which I have not seen in other cooking books I own, is a list of gear, VERY useful to have, and a list of what compliments items you may already have on deck, now THIS IS ADULTING!
The breakdown of the recipe with it’s instructions is as if my hand is being held by Ms. Copeland. Like I just cannot mess this dish up and I love the support it gives me. Keep an eye on the “Chocolate Chip Buckwheat Banana Pancakes”, “Hot Oats and Polenta with Raisins and Bananas”, Spaghetti with Bacon and Sopressata Meatballs”, “Pineapple Agua Fresca”, “Easy Tiramisu”, and “Raspberry Ripple Ice Cream Cake”.