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Posted January 3, 2014
Great recipes - poor print quality
I have the other Six O'Clock Scramble cookbook and I LOVE it! I usually go for the cookbooks with pictures, but even without any, this collection is awesome. I am not a big cook and I needed some ideas to help feed my newly expanded family (we adopted two kids) meals that were healthy and that we could all eat. I refuse to get caught up in the "short-order cook" trap with my kids. This book fit the bill pefectly, so much so that I ordered this copy for my friend for Christmas. Many recipes are similar, with a few updates and additions for the Eco-conscious, but I was highly disappointed in the quality of the print. It looks like it was copied on a 1980s photocopier that was about out of ink. I have requested Barnes & Noble to order a new one to my local store so I could compare if I got a fluke one, but I have yet to see it arrive (2 weeks later and now late for Christmas gift). Don't buy online, but be sure you can see it so you can actually be sure to be able to read it!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 14, 2012
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