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review 2013-04-26 00:00
The Soup & Bread Cookbook: More Than 100 Seasonal Pairings for Simple, Satisfying Meals - Beatrice Ojakangas Read my full review: http://bit.ly/123b0f3 or http://bit.ly/10jPpANMy opinion: What a beautiful cookbook this was. The book was loaded down with unusual, beautifully laid out and explained recipes for breads, soups and sandwiches that were divided into seasonal recipes. Now, I must admit that I did prefer the recipes for the sandwiches and breads over the soup recipes. Pictures of finished product were also plentiful. I think if I did have a criticism of the book, due to its difficulty, I would like to have seen more detailed breakdowns of working with yeast breads.
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review 2013-04-10 00:00
A Year in Food and Beer: Recipes and Beer Pairings for Every Season (Rowman & Littlefield Studies in Food and Gastronomy) - Emily Baime,Darin Michaels Read my full review: http://bit.ly/ZPuJDh4.5/5 Stars My opinion: Alright, I have to say that this was a pretty cool cookbook. I am familiar with wine pairings and so much is written on them, but not a whole lot on beer pairings or that all beers aren't Miller light or Budweiser. I am going to lay out in bullet points what I like and didn't like about this book:Likes: Beer catagories are laid out beautifully with rich, detailed descriptions about color and taste The authors give very clear instruction to the storing and serving of beers right down to the glassware. For the most part the recipes were incredibly tasty looking Gave step by step instructions for hosting a beer partyDislikes: Recipes were not well laid out. Instead of using step by step instructions, the authors used paragraph format, which are more difficult to follow in a kitchen setting. Photos looked amateurish for the book print quality Because this book was so detailed and targeted towards an audience new to beer pairings, it would have helped to have photos of the beers and ingredients next to the descriptions rather than in inserts in the middle of the book.
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