2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
A BIG cookbook, there are 400 inspired, easy to make recipes for gardeners who cook or cook who garden.
Plus the graphic part are morden, they did't showyou the dish, but every now and then put a small lovely food or kitchen ware picture to get your attention....so you wouldn't get bore.
The most important point on this book is those recipes are come from different cooks or gardeners....if you don't like one, still can try others!!!
Finally taste are very personal stuff.
1 of 9 people found the following review helpful
If you didn't got any book talk about cooking with Herbs, it provide lots of good idea on it but if you already got others dosen't need to buy this one. finally it got really too few picture on herbs and ready dish.
Only suitable for people who don't mind about photos.
I found out most US publish book got less photos then those publish in UK.
63 of 68 people found the following review helpful
The author provides a clear discussion of how to make excellent bread. He gave step-by-step instructions, he also explain the chemistry and mechanics of breadmaking.
Most of the other baking books describe the starter making and keeping processes as an odd combination of science and sorcery. This author makes it easy to understand.
The most valuable part is the discussion of starters. Making really good bread generally requires use of some form of prefermenation or starter. Beside, the section on shaping dough is photographed, clear and easy understand.
The book is well written and very readable. The author does a great job of leading you through the steps of making great… Read more