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"It is fate, really. Simply team up two Portland, Oregon, fruit experts--an award-winning chef turned farm-to-school food coordinator, and a baker known for her glorious handcrafted goods--and a must-have new little cookbook appears: Rustic Fruit Desserts by Cory Schreiber and Julie Richardson. . . . . This cookbook, a true collaboration, is a reflection of the passion they share for Oregon's amazing variety of seasonal fruits and the respect they have for the small growers who farm in a sustainable way. . . . The genius of this work lies in Schreiber's playful fruit combinations and Richardson's mastery of doughs and spices to complement them."
“Rustic Fruit Desserts embodies the modern wisdom about how to cook delicious food: make it fresh, local, and seasonal. As someone who’s always loved desserts with fruit and, who, like Julie, has New England roots, I also applaud the book’s mouthwatering taxonomy, which distinguishes between grunts, slumps, buckles, crisps, cobblers, and pandowdies.”
–Sara Moulton, host of Sara’s Weeknight Meals and executive chef of Gourmet
“Finally, all of my favorite kinds of dessert in one place! From warm berry buckles and crumbly crisps to boozy bread pudding, Rustic Fruit Desserts will help you bake your way through the best of the bounty.”
–David Lebovitz, author of The Sweet Life in Paris and The Perfect Scoop
* A collection of simple and satisfying recipes for crisps, slumps, buckles, grunts, and other old-timey desserts by a beloved Portland bakery owner in collaboration with one of the region's top chefs.
* Rustic fruit desserts have broad appeal and come together easily--even for inexperienced bakers.
* Recipes are grouped by season and showcase local fruit.
This is a gourmet's fruit dessert and pastry cookbook. Not only do all the recipes include the small touches that take a recipe from "good" to "memorable," it is... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Patricia Fulda
Found lots of recipes I liked. Clear instructions, good ideas.Published 3 months ago by J. Whiteley
Here in New England fresh fruits are always available and this book is full of ideas and great photos to use them. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Linda