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Butter & Scotch: Recipes from Brooklyn's Favorite Bar and Bakery Hardcover – September 13, 2016
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I love cocktails, and I love desserts, so it’s nice to find a great place that combines the two. The only issue for me is that it’s 3000 miles, or 4828 kilometers, away. So I have to wait until I’m in Brooklyn to get my fix. Thankfully, there’s finally this cookbook, which offers recipes for their S’mores Pie—one of the best desserts I’ve ever had—their addictive caramel corn, their Menta Make a Julep, their Rock & Rye Milkshake, their Birthday Cake (which would play a big part in my recipe for happiness) . . . if this is starting to sound loopy, you’ll have to forgive me. Buy this book.
About the Author
Before teaming up for Butter & Scotch, Keavy and Allison each had their own successful dessert business. Keavy founded Kumquat Cupcakery in 2007 and was one of the first vendors at the Brooklyn Flea, New York’s preeminent market for artisan-made crafts and food. Her mini cupcakes have been featured in the New York Times, New York Magazine, Time Out New York, and on The Martha Stewart Show, among many others. Allison founded her boutique pie company First Prize Pies in 2010, after winning the Brooklyn Pie Bake-Off. Her pies have been featured in the New York Times, Food & Wine, Saveur, Eater, Design*Sponge, Serious Eats, the Cooking Channel, and in many other publications and television shows. Her cookbook, First Prize Pies, was published in 2014.
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Flipping through the book made me not only hungry, but anxious to try my hand at things like Magic Buns (a recipe that spans seven pages – five of which are photographed steps) and Cheese Puffs. The recipes themselves are well laid-out, making it easy to gather ingredients and follow the steps.
Most traditional cookbooks break down recipes by ingredient, meal, etc. Not so Butter & Scotch. This unique cookbook puts recipes into logical, if disorderly, categories such as The Basics (Cakes, Pies, Toppings & Cocktails) and nibbles occasions (Late Night, Brunch, Happy Hour, etc.). If this grates at your OCD soul (I feel ya), don’t worry – the Index of Searchable Terms makes up for any Table of Contents confusion.
Full review (including my experience with two recipes) can be found at: [...]