books, reviews

Book Review: Cookfulness – Ian Taverner

Create Space For The Happy Stuff!

This cookbook is crammed full of new and innovative ways, hints and tips, designed specifically for people with chronic pain and mental health conditions, by me, a fellow sufferer.

It is all to help you WANT to cook, not have to!

Cooking really can be a therapy. Cooking really can ignite your passions. Cooking really is possible!

If you are having a bad day, I want to make it better. If you are having a better day, I want to make it good. If you are having a good day, I want to make it great. If you are having a great day, good on you!

My thoughts:

Packed full of delicious recipes for days when your mental health, disability or chronic condition isn’t playing ball, with simple steps and tasty ingredients, this is a terrific book for people like me who struggles to cook when my body and brain don’t want to do anything.

With a difficulty rating, tools list, and lots of tips to help you perfect your dish, from super simple eggs to slightly more complex cakes (nothing is too fiddly though).

Hoping to get a lot of use out of this in 2021 as I miss cooking but need simpler ways to make delicious things.

Thank you to Blue at Clink Street for my copy.

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