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"Home cooks who love both kitchen couture and innovative simple cuisine now have a cookbook to 'sweeten their everyday life.' [Lowe] presents in stunning images both a collection of easy projects...side-by-side with delicious recipes. When it comes to creating a homey and fashionable kitchen table, Lowe proves that the combination of whisk and glue gun adds a touch of charm to everyone’s kitchen."
— Publishers Weekly, starred
"Dishes such as breakfast churros with cinnamon sugar and chicken with olives and capers look luxurious but are relatively inexpensive and easy to make. Similarly, simple crafts that include fork bookends and vintage-photo napkins offer maximum fun for minimal cost. VERDICT: As its title suggests, this beautifully designed and approachable cookbook is a call to action, not just something pleasant for the eye."
— Library Journal
“A book so sweet and beautiful that you will wish yourself into the pictures. Absolutely magical.” — Brent Ridge and Josh Kilmer Purcell, stars of The Fabulous Beekman Boys
“Before you cook or bake a single homey, lick-the-spoon dish, and before you begin one of the many ingenious craft projects, you’ll have to stop oohing and aahing over the pictures and start thinking of what to make next. Paul Lowe has given us a book that will keep us happy for years.” — Dorie Greenspan, author of Around My French Table
“Paul Lowe has been inspiring my family and me for years with his stylish take on crafts and food. His Nordic roots and New York tastes shine in the delicious and distinctive dishes he has created in Sweet Paul Eat & Make.” – Tyler Florence, chef and television host
“Sweet Paul Eat & Make is one of those rare books that makes us yearn to jump inside its pages and live there. Leafing through, we can't help daydreaming about having friends over for homemade Finnish Rye Bread, served with Baked Snug Eggs on a DIY clothespin trivet, with Roasted Plum Bellinis on the side —and we just know we'd be happier, better people if we did." — Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs, co-founders of Food52
This is such a beautifully written and photographed book, and the recipes and craft ideas are wonderful.
I really hope to buy this book all I can say is before seeing it that I follow them online and have done food blogs about them.
From his wonderful blog to his gorgeous magazine and now to his book - the name says it all, Sweet Paul.
I simply enjoy the recipes and his storytelling about his family. I gave a copy as a gift to a friend and she loves his style of cooking as well as the stories he shares. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Terry W. Goodman
I learned about this book from a cooking blog I follow (the Fauxmartha). The food is beautifully photographed and had easy to follow directions. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Princess Krapotkin
This is a lovely book. The photos are clear as are the instructions. All the crafts and recipes are straight forward Only giving a three star because there is nothing which... Read morePublished 2 months ago by L. Hymowitz
Being a cookbook collector and having read many reviews about this book, I decided to add it to my collection. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Laney B
This is such a beautifully written and photographed book, and the recipes and craft ideas are wonderful. I love you, Sweet Paul!Published 2 months ago by andrea roy
I can't get over how lovely this book is. Not only are the recipes and crafts awesome, the pictures and the design (and even the paper) of the book are just fabulous. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lori A. Wilt
I love the blog & magazine, Sweet Paul, and have been a fan a few years now, so I had to buy his beautiful book right away and I was not disappointed. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Laurel M. Stavros
I haven't felt this way about a cookbook in forever. Or have I ever? It arrived today and as soon as I started pouring its creative, inspiring, adorable, wonderful, enticing pages... Read morePublished 2 months ago by recoveryadvice