This volume is a fantastic introduction to Chef Michael Smith's oeuvre. The volume opens with "The Real Food Pledge", and although this is the first of his books I've read, I could speak this pledge right along with him: it's as though he's speaking directly from our kitchen. So you
From Amy Sedaris to Alicia Silverstone, celebrities have things to say about cooking and entertaining. Stanley Tucci talks Italian food and Tony Danza contributes to the conversation. Grand Central Publishing, 2016 But Gwyneth Paltrow does not appear to be passing through the territory; she's putting down some roots.
Beyond its traditional and tasteful cover, Anjali Pathak's cookbook is a bit of a mess...in a good way. Appetite - Penguin Random House True: I love the stylish photographs that often appear in cookbooks, with the serving ware colourful and bold and the table linens complementary and coordinated. But,
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's River Cottage Veg: 200 Inspired Vegetable Recipes is 1/3 cup richness, 1/3 cup indulgence, and 1/3 cup pizzazz. Appetite - Random House, 2013 The introduction explains that "this is a vegetable cookbook". It depends on your politics and your point-of-view whether it's a vegetarian cookbook, he maintains. For his point-of-view? "I
Miriam Sorrell's Mouthwatering Vegan: Over 130 Irresistible Recipes for Everyone is 1/3 cup enticing, 1/3 cup sophisticated, and 1/3 cup inspirational. Appetite - Random House of Canada, 2013 And it never hurts to have a blurb from Sir Paul McCartney: "In a world where more and more people are considering a meat-free