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* Includes more than 50 location and food photographs.
* The New York Times on Lebovitzs first ook: "Instructions are clear and simple, and the recipes are so good that it becomes clear what a master baker he is."
It has useful information on chocolate, and included places famous for making high end chocolate products.Published 1 month ago by Julia
Very interesting combination of commentary and information about chocolate!Published 1 month ago by Yvonne B.
David Lebovitz's book was easy to read, jam-packed with useful and unique information as well as great recipes and beautiful pictures. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Alison G.
A delightful, though unfortunately short, appreciation of one of the world's great subjects.Published 6 months ago by Gregory M. Moshnin
David is a very interesting and devoted food writer. This book is filled with more than recipes. It offers a big realm of topics about chocolate, and it is fun to have in my... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Marshall Rothman
I started this book (I'm a good book starter) and within a few pages learned sweet new things about chocolate. Read morePublished 9 months ago by krystalbird
This is a well researched book. Sadly, most of the author's articles are readily available online and the recipes are few.Published 12 months ago by J. Zapanta-Andrada
Wanted a general overview of chocolate. The reference section was useful and the book gave me the basics to read more detailed works.Published 17 months ago by John R Gainor
A very nice addition to my kitchen library. I would recommend this to the intermediate baker. There are other books more suited to beginners.Published 19 months ago by Joseph G. Lurker