The challenge is really straight forward. Choose your level [by the number of recipes you'll try] and cook at least one recipe from the cookbooks you choose to use. You can use any number of cookbooks, but you must choose a cookbook from which you rarely use.
You don't have to write a review of the cookbook or even post the recipes on your blog if you don't want to, but it is welcomed, if not encouraged. You can opt to just post what you made and your thoughts on the dish and or the cookbook. You can also share your progress in the challenge with photos. It's really pretty flexible.
The challenge runs October through November, so you can jump in and participate at anytime between now and November 30.
|My Cookbooks [photo taken July 28, 2012]|
Also my collection of Everyday Food magazines
and a few library books,
Indian Regional Classics by Julie Sahni
Autumn by Susan Branch
The Pumpkin Cookbook edited by Nicola Hill
Holiday Baking by Sara Perry
German Cookery by Elizabeth Schuler
I'll start out with the plan to prepare one recipe from each cookbook which would put me at the Creative Croissant level of 3-5 recipes. Perhaps I'll be inspired to do more as I go along.
For more information about the challenge and to sign up, visit Uniflame HERE.
Hope you'll join me!
Do you own cookbooks from which you've never tried a single recipe?
What's your excuse?