What is the difference between the 2005 edition of the Glorious One-Pot Meals cookbook and the one released in January, 2009? If I already own the first one, is it worth getting the newer edition?
I call the 2009 edition of the Glorious One-Pot Meals cookbook the “expanded and revised” edition. It has all the recipes from the previous version plus around 60 new ones and has been extensively edited and standardized. It also has a few new twists on ingredients – several ways to use eggs, for example – and more grain options not seen in the first edition. It’s organized differently and has a comprehensive index, so it’s more user-friendly than the first book. It’s twice as big and a much better book in so many ways.
If you’re already a GOPM-lover, you’ll really like the 60+ new recipes and new ways to use ingredients. For a GOPM-newbie, you’ll find everything people have loved about the first book and(hopefully!) enjoy the read.