Book 9 is The Pioneer Woman Dinnertime.
I have 2 PW books, I think, and I think I bought this one secondhand.
Her books, if you have never seen one, follow a very photo heavy, step by step process. Every step in every recipe is accompanied by a small photo, so you can have anywhere from 4-12 or more photos in a recipe, plus pictures of the finished dish and her personal photos of her life.
There's a lot to look at.
I found it not too hard to make a list of things I wanted to try from the book, and the first recipe - Greek Yogurt Pancakes - were really, really good.
The next recipe - Chow Mein - was pretty boring.
And since then this book has sat for probably 3 months, as I've had no desire to try any more dishes.
So this one is going to head out to find a new home where it can be appreciated.
I'm sure it's a good book, it's just not for me.
Cookbook Cleanup results so far - Bookshelf -5 Donated - 4