The Hungry Missionary by Tracy Ballard (Blog Tour Review)

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Welcome to my tour stop for The Hungry Missionary by Tracy Ballard! Check out all the book and author info as well as my full review below...

The Hungry Missionary: Quick and Easy Recipes to Keep Missionaries Healthy, Happy, and Well FedThe Hungry Missionary
by Tracy Ballard
Cookbook, LDS, Christian
Paperback & ebook, 160 Pages
August 11th 2015 by Cedar Fort, Inc.

Summary

Take the tastes of home on your mission with this easy-to-use cookbook full of traditional comfort foods and classic family favorites.

Try the . . .

Italian Pasta Soup
Chinese Chicken Salad
Skirt steak
Homemade Pizza Dough
Pumpkin Cookies with caramel frosting

Perfect for the first-time chef, this cookbook also contains substitutions and measurement equivalents. And its small size makes it ideal to take with you wherever you go! Enjoy world-class meals with your companion no matter where in the world you’re called to serve.
  

My Review

I love the whole idea behind this cookbook for missionaries! It's pocket-size, simple, and basic, which also means it's perfect for first-time cooks or those who just need easy and simple recipes to throw together. It was organized into sections for breakfast, lunch, dinner, soups, breads, side dishes, salads, and cookies. There was also an equivalents section included in the back and some lined, blank pages for new recipes to be added (such as from where the missionary is serving). A perfect pocket recipe book for missionaries everywhere and a great gift!

Source: I would like to thank Cedar Fort for my complimentary copy, which did not affect my review in any way.

About the Author

Tracy started cooking for her mother and brother while she was quite young, finding that she enjoyed making food for others. With years of experience cooking for five hungry children, Tracy makes her food quickly, easily and delightfully scrumptious. Tracy has a Bachelor’s in marketing from UNLV and worked in the magazine publishing industry before leaving work to start a family. She has provided many a hungry kid with quick snacks and is sending off two missionaries in the near future (her test subjects).

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