Cookbook Review: Ottolenghi The Cookbook

Cookbook Review: Ottolenghi The Cookbook

You might have seen Plenty in 2011. And surely you saw Jerusalem published in late 2012. Jerusalem has become a cult cookbook akin to Around My French table. What you probably have not seen before is the first book by Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi. That book,...
Cookbook Review: Love Bake Nourish by Amber Rose

Cookbook Review: Love Bake Nourish by Amber Rose

  The term “profiling” is not politically correct. I realize that. I also know it is pretty silly because every time you visit the doctor, he does just that: he listens to you, learns your symptoms, and uses profiling techniques to make the most likely deduction...
Cookbook Review: Caramel by Carole Bloom

Cookbook Review: Caramel by Carole Bloom

Carole Bloom has been a prolific and respected dessert author for 20 years. Suzen and I have almost, but not quite, every one of her dozen books. Number 12 is new and gorgeous and enticing. Caramel is filled with sweet, gooey, decadent treasures. I can’t say you...
Cookbook Review: Pie Revised Edition

Cookbook Review: Pie Revised Edition

Just a few years ago Angela Boggiano treated us to Pie, her carefully selected set of recipes from the United Kingdom [or Great Britain or England or even Wales]. Now, there is a revised edition of Pie which you may want to consider, particularly if you have a sweet...
Cookbook Review: Baking for All Occasions by Flo Braker

Cookbook Review: Baking for All Occasions by Flo Braker

Yesterday’s post was for a lovely Red Velvet Cake Roll or Roulade from Baking for All Occasions by Flo Braker. Today, I just want to emphasize why you should consider Baking for All Occasions for your kitchen bookshelves, sagging though they may be. There are many...