Review: The Fall 2016 Food
The Fall 2016 Food book is published by ABRAMS books. There are only 36 pages in this very colorful book. The pictures are so realistic they make me hungry. I'm not sure why I chose to review this book. The cover is rather plain, but interesting. It draws the readers attention by focusing on 8 different cooks giving each one a spotlight. There are no recipes, but plenty of pictures of food, stories about the cooks and bio's.
Cook Jessica Koslow says, "just about any dish can be modified for specific tastes and dietary needs," There are notes throughout her book that show how to modify. Cook Erin Gleeson shows quick and simple recipes, in her cookbook, "Impressive enough for a party but easy enough to whip together after a busy day." Nick Fauchald & Kaitlyn Goalen admit they have spontaneously invented foods out of fits of ingenuity. Sohui Kim & Ben Schneider say Ben built the restaurant and she did the cooking. In Rob Turner & Jessica Carbone's book `Guide to Maple Syrup` they tell how to tap & cook nature's original sweetener.
I recommend this book to those who like to eat and love to cook. Remember, this is not a cookbook, but a guide to cookbooks.
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this e-book through Net Galley for my honest review.