The recipes in this book are divided up like this:
Salads and Sides
Soups and Stews
Simple and Sweet
At the beginning of each chapter there is an explanation of useful techniques right after the index. There are photographs of a lot of the recipes in this hard cover edition that I received, on every fourth page or so. Pretty much all of the recipes in this book I have never heard of but that is what makes this cookbook so unique I think. I noticed that some of the recipes had Greek yogurt included in them. I think Greek yogurt is getting more and more popular because I see the Greek yogurt trend with being a Product Event Specialist (food sampler) myself. I can see why some recipes in this cookbook included it, and I have noticed that some Greek yogurts have a Kosher symbol on them as well (which I like). There is also a measurement conversion chart in the back of the cookbook that people might find useful. *Please note that not all the ingredients in the recipes are grains.
I do not think I will making any of the recipes in this cookbook because there are a lot of ingredients involved but I do think more advanced cooks with more advanced budgets will benefit from learning some new recipes in it.
My review = 5 out of 5 stars
I received this cookbook free in exchange for an honest review.