Smashed, Mashed, Boiled, Baked – and Fried, Too! by Ragavan Iyer

28110884Smashed, Mashed, Boiled, Baked – and Fried, Too! by Ragavan Iyer is a beautiful. It has wonderful pictures, beautiful fonts. It has section at the end that lists the recipes out by categories including entrees vs sides, apps etc as well as by allergens.

This cookbook outlines potato appetizers, soup, main entrees, side dishes, and desserts from a full spectrum of cuisines and cultures, plus each recipe is beset with ‘Tater Tips’ or details pertinent to the history, procurement, variety, storage, and perishability of the potato being used. Iyer is cheeky, yet endearing and incredibly informative, like a friend that you adore grocery shopping with after a hearty cafe lunch.

Overall, I want to make everything in this cookbook, and I also think that by making Iyer’s, “ultimate mashed potatoes” I will become everyone’s favourite person over the holiday season (they look SO yummy!). Unfortunately, I worry that with so many people on strict diets, or low-carb diets, this cookbook may not sell as as much as it should. However, if you have a potato lover or carb queen in your life, get this cookbook for them – they will love you for it!

I received this book from Workman Publishing Company via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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