Sunday, December 9, 2018

The Burn Cookbook, Reviewed

I don’t know about you, but I am shocked that we are as close to Christmas as we are. Despite the fact that Thanksgiving was early, that we’ve had cold weather for a long time, and it has felt like winter for months, it still comes as a surprise that it is so close. My Christmas list really hasn’t changed much from when I was a little girl. Back in the day I used to frustrate my mother by asking for books, records, stationery, and purses, year after year. I no longer want records, of course, but I still love books, I still love beautiful writing paper (avid letter writer that I am), and a colorful purse still turns my head.
Cookbooks are always a fun gift to both give and receive this season, and there are a lot of clever new ones available. If you are shopping for an avid cook who seems to have everything, a fan of the movie “Mean Girls,” and looking for a bit of culinary fun, look no further. The Burn Cookbook, a Parody, Real Recipes to Feed Your Inner Plastic (An Unofficial Unauthorized Cookbook for Mean Girls Fans) by Jonathan Bennett and Nikki Martin is an absolute delight! Colorful, whimsical, and fun, if the pictures of that hunky Jonathan Bennett don’t draw you in, the photos and recipes of the delicious food certainly will. 
This is a serious cookbook, in addition to being a whole lot of fun. It is interactive in that you can add your own photos, comments, recipes, and answer quizzes. Plus there are loads of movie facts and trivia, not to mention recipe titles that will have you laughing out loud, case in point, “Face Smells Like a Foot Peppermint Bark.”
Reading this cookbook will provide you with a wonderful time, as well as some truly unique, clever, and tasty recipes. All of them are simple with easy-to-locate ingredients, and the wide variety offered are sure to please everyone you know. The names are clever, the illustrations and layout unmatched, and I honestly can’t tell you the last time I had so much fun with a cookbook. Not only are there recipes for mouth-watering food, but there are also recipes for beauty products such as Coconut Face Cream and Full-of-Secrets Hair Volumizing Mask.
Whether you are a “Mean Girls fan or not, this cookbook is sure to please. It will bring a smile to your face, and goodness to your tummy. Don’t let this one pass you by.

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Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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