The Year of Cozy
From the author of the popular blog, A Cozy Kitchen, comes a beautifully photographed one-stop-shop book with all the recipes and projects you’ll need for some cozy inspiration this holiday season—and all year long. You’ll love Adrianna Adarme’s easy-to-follow instructions and will enjoy getting lost in her warm and comforting photographs. Organized by the months of the year and by categories as “Live,” “Do,” and “Make, ” this book offers ideas for activities, recipes, and DIY projects that make the little moments in life just as exciting as the big. Adarme gives us special (but totally doable) things we can do for others and ourselves. From quick recipes to easy crafts, she focuses on simple, inexpensive undertakings that have a big reward: happiness. The Year of Cozy will surely inspire you to march into your kitchen and craft closet to make something you can truly be proud of.

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  • Dora
    Dec 2, 2016


    The Year of CozyI loved this book. It was arranged seasonally but instead of starting in January or in the Spring, she started in the fall which makes perfect sense to me. There are a lot of tasty sounding recipes included in the book, lots of lush photography, and some interesting cra...

  • Relyn
    Dec 1, 2016


    I always love it when a blogger gets a book deal. This book was beautiful. It felt nice in the hand and was gorgeously arranged on each page. The pictures are beautiful and draw you into the words. I do love blogs and I am a huge magazine junkie. This book was like reading 7 of those $...

  • Cathie
    Oct 29, 2016


    A great concept and provides ideas to aspire to. Although by seasons, there are things to do and make that can be done any time of year. Read this to be more specifically about her year of cozy (like I don't have a dog) - but should inspire others to create their own year of cozy! ...

  • Westerville
    Aug 23, 2016


    These things can keep you in tune with small pleasures and all you have to be thankful for. - Becky, Collection DevelopmentReserve a library copy. ...

  • Rebecca
    Aug 22, 2016


    A collection of recipes and projects organized by season and month. I like the idea of working through the Fall and Winter ones, since those are the best seasons to want baking smells, cozy things, and the comfort of creating something. These things can keep you in tune with small plea...

  • Caitlin
    Aug 11, 2016


    While I mostly read this aspirationally (there are cereal boxes in my oven and not much cooking happens in my little studio apartment) I found it to be a truly pleasant read. Fun to tuck a bunch of these recipes away for later, or maybe to hope I can convince one of my more culinary-in...

  • Juli Anna
    Jun 17, 2016

    Juli Anna

    Meh. Not as bad as Homemakers, thank goodness, but still mostly self-indulgent, bloggy drivel. The upsides of this book are a few unusual and yummy-sounding recipes, some useful-ish craft projects, and copious pictures of the author's corgi. Downsides include some truly absurd craft pr...

  • Tracy
    May 30, 2016


    So, I have a dog and I'm single with no real obligations. I like to do things in set seasons like winter, fall, spring or summer because I'm so organized. Cute ideas, but this book was not for me. I get distracted by pretty bright pictures. ...

  • Jennifer
    May 23, 2016


    Back when I was 20 and considered things like making homemade lip balm and agua frescas and the sort, I would have loved this book. That time has passed.More aspirational than inspirational if that actually makes sense. ...

  • Helena
    May 12, 2016


    I stopped reading this book not because it was bad, but because it just doesn't speak to where I am in my life right now. It contains all these beautifully photographed gourmet recipes (often only serving 2-4 people) and cute craft projects, and would be perfect for someone who does no...