Ever since I attended the Build Your Blog conference, I have been a big fan of the Six Sisters. Even more surprisingly, I am a big fan of their cookbooks. I say surprisingly because I don’t cook (yes, you heard that – I am a woman living in Utah and I DON’T COOK!), at least not much. I don’t ski either, so they may kick me out of the state one of these days!
In fact, I am a 3rd generation non-cooking woman (or as little cooking as I can get away with and still keep my family alive!), but when I got the first cookbook, as a special bonus from the conference, a surprising thing happened. I started leafing through the cookbook and looking at the recipes, and I thought – “I could do this”. The recipes were SO simple, and even more, they sounded like things my picky family would enjoy eating.
Disclaimer stuff: I received a copy of A Year with the Six Sisters cookbook as a benefit for doing this review, but you know that my opinions are always my own! And I always have plenty of them – opinions, I mean!
So, I picked out about half a dozen recipes and I marched straight off to the grocery store to get the ingredients to make them and I surprised my family with a different recipe every night for about a week.
- Breakfast Casserole with sausage and egg
- Easy Chicken spaghetti
- Andes mint cookies
- Creamy slow cooker ranch pork and potatoes
- Slow cooker chicken cordon bleu – my favorite!
Was my family surprised? Yes, they were shocked, but very pleased. And they ate it up – literally. No leftovers here! They were even more pleased when I received a copy of the second cookbook. I even caught my husband using it a few times (he does most of the cooking for us, but it usually isn’t anything you would call a “recipe” – just basic pork chops or spaghetti, etc.). We’ve also used it several times for dishes to bring to parties and we were very pleased at the results.
|These were a big hit at a Mardi Gras party|
In addition to the great recipes, each cookbook has tons of easy DIY projects and other fun surprises. Especially if you DO like to cook, I think you’ll love some of these simple but delicious recipes.
I’ll bet you’d like to have one of your very own, wouldn’t you? Wouldn’t it be even better if it was FREE? I might be able to arrange that. Here is a link to a Rafflecopter where you can enter to win your own copy of this gorgeous cookbook with 52 weeks of complete menu plans.
a Rafflecopter giveaway
If you want to find out more about the FABULOUS Six Sisters, you can stop by their Pinterest page, their website, or the Build Your Blog Conference page (I’m already signed up for the 2015 Conference – jealous much?). All of them have a ton of great information and exciting things to get involved with. You could even BUY one of their cookbooks on the off chance you don’t win the Rafflecopter. They will even autograph it for you! Can’t beat that.
Leave me a comment and let me know which one is your favorite recipe from the Six Sister’s site. Maybe I’ll get inspired to cook it (and my family would love you!).
Photo credit: All photos are property of the Six Sisters Stuff blog and were lovingly borrowed for this review, because I can photograph just about as well as I can cook!