Perhaps you remember my introduction to a cookbook review series (it's been a while so I won't blame you if you don't). 'The Week I Cooked From...' is a chance for me to work through my ever growing stack of cookbooks sitting on my shelves. Last time I learned it's not only a good way to give these books the love they deserve but by cooking solidly from the same pages for a week, you really do get a feel for the book as a whole and what their food is all about. Up next is 'Hemsley & Hemsley: The Art of Eating Well'.
Hands up if you buy cookbooks and never actually put them to enough good use? My hand is up, I'm so guilty of this too. I can sit idling hours away, thumbing through pages and pages of beautifully photographed recipes, sticking post-it notes on the recipes I like the sound of the most. In fact, I'd go as far as saying putting post-it notes in cookbooks is my main hobby. There are stacks of colourfully tabbed cookbooks on my shelves and they all need revisiting. This is the start of a review series where I'll take a book, pick some recipes and cook solidly with them for a week. First up in my ode to cookbooks, is Jamie Oliver's Everyday Super Food.