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Whoever said single-subject cookbooks were tiresome? I think it was me, but that was before Lori Longbotham's homage to chocolatey treats crossed my path.
I practically fell face first, mouth wide open into the gorgeous color photographs by William Meppem. His glossy pics of chocolate souffle cake, chocolate panna cotta and chocolate ice cream sundaes with nib nougatine made me want to try every one of Longbotham's 65-plus recipes.
The recipes themselves are just as inviting. All are plotted out in a straightforward manner and rely on easy-to-find ingredients. Nothing daunts, not even the restauranty Ultimate Chocolate Marquise.
Longbotham also provides a short discourse on the history of chocolate, a glossary, a section on chocolate's connection to good health and a primer on tasting chocolate. -San Diego Union Tribune
It's a wonderful recipe book. I have the Lemon Desserts by the same author, which is equally alluring.Published 7 days ago by Heather Peskin
Somebody wrote this is Word 2010 or something and printed it directly to a PDF. It screams eBook in the worst possible way and I hate it. I really hate it.Published 1 month ago by Karl Stroud
Just what I was looking for as a chocoholic. Cloudless cake was what I was looking for and recipes using cocoa. I got both. A good buy if you love chocolate.Published 3 months ago by T-dog
I just received this book and have yet to try any of the recipes, but this book is very well set out with lovely photos that make you want to break out your mixer and start baking! Read morePublished 8 months ago by Bolanle
Very well written and easy to follow. The author's passion for chocolate enthusiastically exudes, making the recipes that much more tantalizing.Published 11 months ago by Giovanna G.
I loved all the pictures and tips Lori shared in this book. Lots of great tips in the beginning of the book.Published 17 months ago by Maryann
If you love chocolate you have to get this cookbook! The recipes are amazing and so easy to make! You will want to try everything!Published 17 months ago by kimberly d. kiser
The Chocolate Chocolate Chip cookies were deep, dark, and to die for. Discovered Cocoa Nibs (had never heard of them) after reading all about 'em! Read morePublished on December 3, 2011 by Seaelleff
First, the layout is moronic. You think you're at the start of a recipe only to find out that part of it was on a previous page without any separation from the preceding recipe. Read morePublished on December 3, 2011 by Eric Indiana