Wednesday, July 23, 2014

REVIEW: The Washington Post Cookbook

The Washington Post Cookbook
Edited by: Bonnie S Benwick

Genre: Cookbook
Pages: 252

Publisher: Time Capsule Press
Publication date: 4.15.2013
Amazon link:  The Washington Post Cookbook

Date read: 4.17.2014
Recommended by: NetGalley, Read 2 Review

Summary:
The first-ever cookbook From the Washington Post's Food section contains over 150 favorite recipes from a variety of categories including drinks, meats, salads, soups, starters, vegetables and desserts.  Selected by the editors of the Post's Food section, the book includes a foreward by Phyllis Richman, it's long-time editor.  The Post's Food section has been recognized nationally for its food reporting as a past James Beard Award winner.


I have always been a fan of The Washington Post's food section, so to find some of their amazing recipes all in one place, so beautifully done, I just had to grab it up.  This book is full of fancy cooking, most really not appropriate for Wednesday night dinners for the family, but still so much fun to make when you're having company or a dinner party, even for holiday meals.
 



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