first the good news, there is an interactive TOC
I'm not sure how the recipes are quirky, this one was just weird
"Baba ghanouge" (yeah, I've never seen it spelled that way either) calls for 1/2 cup of tahini souse
I do believe they've taken their own pictures as much of them are kind of.. unprofessional looking, it adds to the quirky charm. But at least they look like recipe pictures taken in a kitchen, in Tupperware, however, in the description they say it's an office party and then they put together the book, that's a fun glimpse, makes me feel I was at the party!
The spicy beef recipe looks good. Because a lot of people contributed there is a range of recipes and pictures.
Some of the recipes, like the shepherd's pie, have nice little introductions, some are just the recipe
The shot glass brigadeiro looks interesting, although a melting time on the chocolate in the microwave would have been helpful.
Overall the recipes look like they'd work, there are no glaring errors I found, except the one for baba ghanouge, the pictures look homey, the vegetarian nacho dip does mention adding ground beef, but it adds it on as a variation, so it's not a mistake in the recipe. I found a couple in here I'm looking forward to making.