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  • For the Sriracha Lover This is a MUST!

    Dec 23, 2014

    dj  from Kerrville, TX, Rating:5.0

    My husband says there are those who love sriracha and those who NEED sriracha. My husband and son NEED sirarcha so this makes the prefect Christmas gift. Both love to cook, too, so the cookbook is ideal for them. For a small book, there are a lot of recipes to choose from, and many are not too complicated. Just have plenty of sriracha on hand!


    Dec 18, 2014

    moonpie72  from Oklahoma, Rating:5.0

    I truly enjoy giving gifts, especially baked ones. Not many people bake nowadays or make special dishes because they are so busy with work and family activities. This is one of the reasons I was so interested in this book. I must admit the “gourmet” was a little intimidating at first. I imagined 10 step recipes with uncommon ingredients and odd combinations. Boy was I wrong and pleasantly surprised! While the recipes require a little extra effort to make them special, nothing was labor intensive. Ingredients were common and easy to find. Nothing is “strange” or bizarre. I found the recipes to be easy to make and tasty, with an extra attention to detail. It is a beautiful cookbook! It did not have a lot of pictures of the finished product which I would have liked, but the author more than made up for it in her attention to detail and bonus ideas not usually seen in cookbooks. The cookbook is divided into 6 sections: small tokens, big batches, pennywise, pound foolish (special recipes fo...

  • Jan 28, 2015

    Joan G. Rating:4.0

    It's interesting to read the old recipes. I purchased a second copy to give as a gift to someone who collects cookbooks.

  • Love Williams-Sonoma books!

    Dec 27, 2014

    gooodshopper Rating:5.0

    I gave this as a gift at TG to a family member to look forward to Christmas cooking. It has many simple and yet elegant and different ideas. Small in page numbers so not overwhelming. Great for ideas.

  • Love the Restaurant, Challenged by the Recipes

    Jan 28, 2015

    couturedujour Rating:4.0

    Cafe Gratitude in Venice Beach is one of my favorite restaurants because they make vegan food that is actually gourmet and beautiful. And now that I've tried to make some of their recipes at home, I see why it's such an expensive place to eat! These recipes are not easy. I never thought I would my own nut milk from scratch in order to make my own dairy-free ice cream in order to THEN make my husband's favorite smoothie. But I did, with only moderate success. I was a little bummed that it didn't have the recipe for my favorite dish there, "I Am Humble," which is the most delicious bowl of lentils in the world. But it's a lovely book for someone who appreciates eating in a way that is both gently on the planet and incredibly nutritious. And it helps if they know their way around the kitchen.

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