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We attended a cooking school at the author's resort in Chile. Ruth Van Waerebeek develops menus for a large wine company in Chile and told us about her Belgium cookbook. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Julie W. Snyder
This book was a christmas present for a Belgian in the US. I think it met the expectations. Especially the recipe for "gaufres liegois". A little bit tricky but yummy!Published 3 months ago by Cat
Best cookbook and storyline ever. Have already given at least 4 as gifts.Published 4 months ago by Danielle Cartaya
Just love this book. After spending a great deal of time in Brussells, it brings back all the great food and memories. Recipes are just fabulousPublished 5 months ago by barbara parker
I work in a Belgian brew pub and this book was a great introduction to preparing traditional Belgian cuisine. Great book.Published 14 months ago by Adam Lance
I personally did not buy the book for myself, the person I gave it to for present loved the bookPublished 17 months ago by Mia Child
I love the book. However, due to allergies, I can't use recipes using dairy. CHEESE CHEESE CHEESE and HEAVY CREAM I wish they would suggest in place of/instead of ingredients.Published 17 months ago by kathleen t brown
Recipes remind me of my childhood. When my mother died, I thought I lost those recipes, but luckily I found this book. Read morePublished 20 months ago by fab7 buyer
I am Belgian, living in the US. I've owned this book for so many years, it is almost falling apart. What I like about it: it is written for an American public, meaning it takes... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Ann S.