For all you fellow cookbook addicts out there, I have found a life-changing website. Eat Your Books is an online cookbook indexing service that allows you to search within your own cookbook collection, without even so much as picking up a single book.
For example, I could type in “Cashew Ginger Tofu” (not that I would need to, considering I have the recipe memorized now), the site would search within the cookbooks I have added to my virtual bookshelf, and tell me where to find it in Dreena Burton’s Eat, Drink, and Be Vegan.
As a bonus, they’re also indexing some cooking blogs too, including Smitten Kitchen and Simply Recipes. Yee-haw!
You can add up to 5 cookbooks to your online collection for free, but to gain unlimited access, there is a $2.50 per month usage fee.
(This not a paid endorsement—I just happen to have discovered the site and am enthusiastic about the convenience it could bring to my cooking life!)
Coincidentally, I actually started off my day with a little cookbook cooking, Ellie’s Maple Glazed Walnuts.
They made for a lovely topping to this morning’s CCK-inspired pumpkin breakfast pudding. My version included GoLean, pumpkin, banana, soymilk, and an array of spices.
After a jolly trip to Trader Joe’s, I came home and made a Cranberry Almond Tuna Salad Wrap.
Dinner was spaghetti and meatballs…B-Hut style. I used spaghetti squash and topped it with meatless meatballs. To make the meatballs, I modified Mama Pea’s Italian Style Meatless Meatloaf Muffins. It was pretty phenom and very filling.
Alright, I am off to relax. Good night!
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