Pull Up a Chair: Recipes from My Family to Yours

Pull Up a Chair: Recipes from My Family to Yours

Tiffani Thiessen is beloved for her roles in Saved by the Bell and Beverly Hills 90210, but for the past few years she’s been known as the host of the Cooking Channel series Dinner at Tiffani’s. Each episode showcased her classic-with-a-twist recipes and knack for hosting a good time. For three seasons, Tiffani’s fans were able to fall in love with her all over again. Now,...

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Title:Pull Up a Chair: Recipes from My Family to Yours
Author:Tiffani Thiessen
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Pull Up a Chair: Recipes from My Family to Yours Reviews

  • Paige Showalter

    I love this book, the recipes, the ideas and the photos.

  • Linda

    Beautiful book with personal stories and very enticing recipes. Flipped through and flagged so many recipes I want to try. Already made her yogurt pancakes; probably the best pancakes I’ve ever made! Nice variety of family and entertaining recipes.

  • Dawn (Left Coast Reader)

    Thank you to HMH and Raincoast Books for the free copy.

    Reading

    is more than a cookbook to me. It brings me back to my childhood and young adult self because I grew up watching Tiffani Thiessen on Saved By the Bell followed by the popular Beverly Hills 90210. Fast forward twenty-ish years later and Thiessen has penned a debut cookbook bringing families back to the dinner table connecting them with real food and dinner conversation.

    As a mom of three cooking for a family of five I d

    Thank you to HMH and Raincoast Books for the free copy.

    Reading

    is more than a cookbook to me. It brings me back to my childhood and young adult self because I grew up watching Tiffani Thiessen on Saved By the Bell followed by the popular Beverly Hills 90210. Fast forward twenty-ish years later and Thiessen has penned a debut cookbook bringing families back to the dinner table connecting them with real food and dinner conversation.

    As a mom of three cooking for a family of five I don’t have time to waste experimenting with fad foods that require exotic ingredients and a lot of time in the kitchen. I’m also a mother of all girls and keenly aware that dieting and obsessing over weight is not the path I want my girl’s to go down. I’m thrilled to see Thiessen’s cookbook brimming with real recipes that are not fussy just honest to goodness plans.

    I love that she goes back to the cooking roots to make jam – what a lost art, and sharing a simple lunch recipe such as fresh mozzarella, prosciutto & fig baguette requiring four ingredients as Thiessen aptly refers to as the ‘Swiss Army knife of lunch’ because of their portability and endless combinations. Dinner is comprised of the classic and humble bean & ham hock stew, which is one of my favorite comfort meals to the modernized beef & mushroom stroganoff with creamy polenta – this is not the stroganoff you grew up eating!

    has me wanting to slow down and enjoy family meal time and I think you will want to do the same.

  • Mellie Antoinette

    In production quality alone, this is a 5 ⭐ cookbook. The recipes are Southern California bright, the choices are mouth wateringly photographed and there are menu options to entice even the most fearing cooks into the kitchen! Reserving one star until I get cooking myself. I like to think Tiffani will convince me she’s worth that extra star at first bite!

    In production quality alone, this is a 5 ⭐️ cookbook. The recipes are Southern California bright, the choices are mouth wateringly photographed and there are menu options to entice even the most fearing cooks into the kitchen! Reserving one star until I get cooking myself. I like to think Tiffani will convince me she’s worth that extra star at first bite!

  • Debbie

    Beautiful photographs for each recipe. Recipies use 'every day' ingredients.

  • Bianca

    Love her show on Food Network. Her recipes are fun and easy, and her family stories are charming.

  • Clementine

    The photographs are lovely, and there are a ton of recipes packed into this thing, all of which seem pretty accessible to home cooks.

  • Laura

    This is a beautiful, family-friendly cookbook. There's lots of fresh ingredients, great photos, and she gives the right amount of backstory to each recipe. The extensive breakfast section was probably my favorite; also her deserts are on the lighter side and are a little different.

    While the ingredients are generally easy to find, many of these dishes are kind of time consuming to make, so I don't think this is an everyday cookbook. Otherwise, it's worth checking out for a modern twist on a lot o

    This is a beautiful, family-friendly cookbook. There's lots of fresh ingredients, great photos, and she gives the right amount of backstory to each recipe. The extensive breakfast section was probably my favorite; also her deserts are on the lighter side and are a little different.

    While the ingredients are generally easy to find, many of these dishes are kind of time consuming to make, so I don't think this is an everyday cookbook. Otherwise, it's worth checking out for a modern twist on a lot of classics. Also, there's no nutritional information.

  • Heidi

    This cookbook had beautiful photos and the book was very aesthetically pleasing to look at. Her recipes looked okay although she used a lot of all purpose flour she still seemed to use mostly whole ingredients. Her kids are adorable in the photos!

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