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Library Journal: “Essential for novice and proficient pie bakers, this pleasing companion to Haedrich’s definitive Pie is an instant classic.” (Starred Review)
Foreword Reviews: “Crust lovers will find crispy, gooey, or golden-brown delights in this inventive pastry cookbook.”
Charleston Post & Courier
The Seattle Times
Joy the Baker: “Full of satisfying and savory treats that feel extra cozy in these chilly months.”
Winnipeg Free Press
Eat Your Books
The Palm Beach Post
The Detroit News
Pen&Fork: “He is very detailed and deliberate in these first 8 pages for the benefit of less experienced bakers — a result of his years as a cooking teacher…. A reader can’t help but pick up a tip or two or ten.”
Kane County Chronicle: “This commendable reference is well organized and filled with solid information – perfect for removing any reservations home cooks might have about pursuing savory pies in their own kitchens.”
Baking Bites: “This cookbook is a treasure trove of all kinds of savory pie recipes, from classic chicken pot pie to innovative quiches. There is something for everyone, with recipes that feature flavors from many international cuisines – not just the few that might already be in your pie-baking wheelhouse.”
New York Journal of Books: “If you have the time, take it to make these recipes—flavorful, reliable, and deeply comforting. In an uncertain, overstressed world, full flavor + comfort seems an ideal combination.”
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Library Journal: “Fisher’s compilation of soups, sandwiches, burritos, pizzas, and other courses is a practical guide to easy, everyday cooking. Recommended for families and college students.”
Austin American Statesman
The Huffington Post
San Diego Family Magazine
The Daily Meal
Money Saving Mom: “If you are looking for a great cookbook for busy failies with simple, quick, and inexpensive recipes in it, check out Good Cheap Eats Dinner in 30 Minutes or Less”
This Beautiful Frugal Life: “This cookbook would make a fantastic bridal shower gift or for someone moving out on their own for the first time. This would also be a great gift for a friend that is interested in cooking, but overwhelmed at where to start. The recipes are easy to follow and the tips for staying within budget are priceless.”
Modern Mrs. Darcy
The Frugal Foodie Mama
Mommy Hates Cooking
I’m an Organizing Junkie
Eat at Home Cooks
Keeper of the Home
San Diego Union-Tribune: “It’s an excellent resource for wholesome weeknight dinners.”
Tampa Bay Times
Reviewed in The Deseret News: “Ingredients such as cauliflower, broccoli and beets, in addition to berries and chocolate (in the form of unsweetened powder), make some of Harroun’s smoothies surprising. However, her commentary, explanations and results from her own children are enough to convince the pickiest eater.” Read full review here.
Featured in Food & Wine.
Featured in Home Monthly magazine.
Featured in The Independent.
Reviewed in National Barbecue News: “If you’ve enjoyed the Jamison’s past books, you already know you’ll love this one. Even if you’ve never had one of their others, this one will be a great book with which to start.” Read full review here.
Featured in the Washington Post.
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.
Reviewed on Baking Bites: “Red velvet fans will have a lot of fun playing around with these recipes and getting inspired to come up with their own red velvet creations.” Read full review here.
Lucy interviewed on FLAVORS with Greg and Marleen.
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.
Featured in Home Monthly magazine.
Included in Irvin Lin (Eat the Love)’s 2014 Holiday Cookbook Roundup.
Featured in The Oklahoman.
Texas Peach Cobbler featured in the nationally-syndicated “7-Day Meal Planner.”
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.