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"Our favorite "cookbook!" Gorgeous photos to serve as inspiration when cooking for or entertaining smorgasbord-loving friends and family! It has been a great addition to our kitchen. ~ Reviewed by Mia Nassivera
I love how casual and accessible this book comes off as, Morgenthaler cuts through the rubbish and demystifies a lot of the pretentions associated with bartending and social drinking to allow anyone who wants to learn, or be a part of the culture, a quick read to feel confident walking into any bar (public or private ). ~ Reviewed by Alex Bell
In 1948 Julia Child and her husband moved to France where they had a great time discovering the French way of life and its cuisine. The book is filled with wonderful photographs taken by Julia's husband Paul, many of which haven't been seen before. The personal stories written by Julia's great-nephew are treasures. This is a delightful look at the influences on a great chef and a portrait of another era. ~ Reviewed by Sarah Knight
Part memoir– an Ozark childhood, a successful career in Manhattan, an entry-level baker's position in Vermont, and now, head baker at King Arthur Flour–and mostly recipes, this meandering baking book is full of traditional, beginning and advanced instructions. Biscuits and bagels and baguettes. Sourdough and cider bread. And pecan pie. For the passionate baker in your life. ~ Reviewed by Stan Hynds
Once again Medeiros delivers in her latest cookbook, applauding the state of Vermont, its farmers, food producers, and chefs, all at the heart of the non-GMO movement. Aside from the book's many delectable recipes, it also includes beautiful rustic food photography, a directory of eateries and producers, and profiles of the many Vermont farmers and producers who are committed to the non-GMO mission. ~ Reviewed by Tracy Davies