Review: Chowderland by Brooke Dojny

Chowderland: Hearty Soups & Stews with Sides & Salads to Match by Brooke Dojny

Cooking, Seasonal
Ebook/Print (144 pages, STOREY)
Creamy Clam Chowder. Portuguese Caldo Verde Chowder. Northwest Salmon Chowder with Leeks and Peas. Double Corn Summer Chowder. Brooke Dojny offers 57 recipes for chowders of all kinds -- some made with seafood, some with meat, and some with just veggies -- plus side dishes, salads, and desserts to round out the menu. Whether you’re looking for a hearty meal on a cozy winter evening or a fresh gumbo perfect for a summer lunch, you’ll turn to this delicious collection again and again!
Bowls of Comfort (5 stars)

One of my earliest memories is eating clam chowder with my grandparents. Maybe that's why chowders have always been a comfort food for me. I eagerly lapped up every drop this book had to offer because quite honestly, it's one food I've never actually attempted to cook before. I used to find it intimidating. Approachable and inviting with stunning photography and reasonable ingredients I think this would make a wonderful gift for a cooking enthusiast. I especially loved that it wasn't just the chowders, there were salads and desserts and such to pair with them.

If you enjoy soups and stews this is a delightful comfort food cookbook that's sure to please. Not usually into soups and stews but love seafood? Here's a great way to mix it up beyond grilling and baking.

Notes: Review copy received via NetGalley.

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