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The Williams-Sonoma Collection: Hor d'oeuvre (Williams-Sonoma Collection) [Reading] ➺ The Williams-Sonoma Collection: Hor d'oeuvre (Williams-Sonoma Collection) ➰ Brigit Binns – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Reflecting today's tastes Hors D'Ouevre part of The Williams Sonoma Collection presents classic recipes plus a variety of fresh new ideas for all kinds of appetizers finger foods tapas and one bite de Reflecting today's tastes Hors D'Ouevre part Collection: Hor Epub à of The Williams Sonoma Collection presents classic recipes plus a variety of fresh new ideas for all kinds of appetizers finger foods tapas and one bite delicacies Each of the recipes is accompanied by a color photo Sidebars include tips and techniues.


3 thoughts on “The Williams-Sonoma Collection: Hor d'oeuvre (Williams-Sonoma Collection)

  1. Chuck Chuck says:

    Hmmm I've not reviewed a cookbook before Although I have had fun recently reading large portions of several I had picked up this book when it was temporarily on sale I finally read this book in the context of being asked to bring some appetizers to a dinner party I was looking to identify options that I could propose to the hostess I am certainly not at the stage where I and the other attendees of events are tired and bored with standard Hors d'OeuvresAppetizers But if I ever am I might try the Pea Blini with Three Caviars The book itself authored by Brigit Binns contains about 40 recipes ranging from Deviled Eggs to Smoky Shrimp with Garlic Parsley Mojo All recipes are lavishly illustrated by beautiful high uality photographs done by photographer Noel Barnhurst The extremely high uality production and printing make the book tremendous fun to readOne big issue with cookbooks is how well the recipe has been tested And whether the reader has a good chance of success in making that dish In that regard I have not yet tested many of the recipesWhat did I end up bringing? Veggies with dip and cheese with crackers None of which were featured in the book And in the process bumped into a wonderful soft cheese called Rondelet de Bourgogne But dang it the book was fun to read


  2. Catherine Woodman Catherine Woodman says:

    This series is an excellent introduction to cooking because the recipes are easy easy to follow directions excellent pictures and a little bit daring without being out on a limb should be given to new cooks young cooks or those who have failed at other cookbooks


  3. Michele Michele says:

    I'm never disappointed when I open a Williams Sonoma BookGreat find and good advise for having small parties special occasions and the feel you want to give at any type of party


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