Featured in the Toledo Blade.
Reviewed in The Sun News: “’Good Cheap Eats’ by Jessica Fisher boasts offerings of everyday dinners and even fantastic feasts for $10 or less. Does it live up to that boast? Yes! Not only is the book chock full of recipes, but it is also full of tips on how to eat well for less. The recipes she has developed use easy-to-find, inexpensive ingredients and are inventive, wholesome and tasty.” Read full review here.
Featured in The Times-Picayune.
Review and giveaway on Cooks&Books&Recipes.
The Jamisons’ Blue Corn and Green Chile Pizza featured on food journalist Gretchen McKay’s website.
Featured in Pittsburgh Tribune-Review grilling how-to.
Featured in The Oklahoman.
Texas Peach Cobbler featured in the nationally-syndicated “7-Day Meal Planner.”
Featured in The Seattle Times.
Reviewed in The Detroit News: “This updated winner of the James Beard cookbook award is so dense with great ideas, recipes and tips that it may just be the only book you need to put on a great barbecue.” Read full review here.
Lucy demoed Grilled Chicken with Tex-Mex Marinade on AM Northwest.
Reviewed in the Detroit News.
Reviewed in the Richmond Times-Dispatch: “If you’re looking for easy ways to add extra flavor to chicken legs, pork chops and T-bone steaks — or even antipasto platters and vegetable medleys — marinades can make the difference between a run-of-the-mill meal and a stellar one.” Read full piece here.
Minty Melons featured in the Mail Tribune.
Reviewed on Carrie Elle: “Best 100 Juices for Kids is FULL of kid-friendly juice ideas. It’s even got some amazing smoothies and popsicles I can’t wait to try. The book is full of gorgeous photos and recipes I KNOW my kids (and I) will love.” Read full review here.
Featured, with an interview with Shaina, in the Gilette News Record.
Cardamom Pear Crisps featured on cookbooks365.
Pumpkin Cheesecakes featured on Bakepedia.
Desserts in Jars book + recipe featured in the Tampa Tribune.
Reviewed on Vegan Street: “With 20 chapters covering everything from appetizers to breakfast, Vegan Planet is truly the only cookbook you would ever need… So much effort went into this and it’s paid off as a really fantastic resource.” Read full review here.
Homemade Ice Cream Cones featured at Recipe of the Week in Austin-American Statesman.
Cheeseburger Patty Melt featured on Cookbooks365.
Italian Tuna Melt Panini featured on Examiner.com.
Featured with a giveaway on Leite’s Culinaria: “Main courses as well as breakfast and desserts are all covered in the book. Don’t Caramel Apple-Stuffed French Toast and Grown-Up Banana Splits sound tantalizing?” Enter here.