- Hardcover: 256 pages
- Publisher: Clarkson Potter (October 10, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 055345952X
- ISBN-13: 978-0553459524
- Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 1 x 11 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 25 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #46,181 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Cherry Bombe: The Cookbook Hardcover – October 10, 2017
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"Your kitchen shelf ... needs a hard copy of this bubblegum-pink book fresh off the press." --Vogue
The cookbook is as fun, surprising, diverse, and drop-dead beautiful as the contributors it features. Scratch-made manicotti, crab cakes with corn salsa, and classic yellow cake with chocolate frosting are, like everything in this book, totally delicious, eclectic home-runs. --Goop
"Will look great casually splayed on your kitchen counter." --Elle
"The momentum continues with the release of [this] collection of recipes from a “Bombe Squad” of 100 contributors." --WSJ Magazine
“Diamond and Wu are leading a bona fide movement to change the way women are represented in the food world.” --Nylon
"[A] fun-filled celebration of cooking and dining." --Eater.com
"Offers a lot of bang for your buck." -Boston Globe
“A beautiful extension of the magazine, with a striking bubble-gum pink cover and a compilation of recipes from women Diamond and Wu admire.” --MarthaStewart.com
“The pink cover … gives a clue to the vibrant recipes inside. And they truly impress.” --Cool Hunting
"A collection of dynamo women and their equally inspiring recipes." --Domino
“A beautifully photographed compendium of modern recipes from women in the food world. Overall this eye-catching and spirted volume celebrates culinary diversity while retaining a cohesive feel.” --Publishers Weekly
"Kerry Diamond and Claudia Wu built a community of women in food." --The Globe and Mail
“The colorful images in the book look enticing, but also steer clear from looking fussy.” --Cool Hunting
About the Author
KERRY DIAMOND is the co-founder and editorial director of Cherry Bombe, a biannual indie magazine about women and food. She's also the host of the Radio Cherry Bombe podcast and co-owner of the Brooklyn eateries Nightingale Nine, Wilma Jean, and Smith Canteen. Previously, she was an editor at Harper's Bazaar and Women's Wear Daily.
CLAUDIA WU is the co-founder and creative director of Cherry Bombe, and runs a creative consulting and design studio. Previously, she was art director at V and Visionaire magazines, design director at Index Magazine, and founded and published Me Magazine.
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-- This is actually worth buying. So often, I find pretty cookbooks that don't offer anything I actually need a recipe to make or am not likely to come across online on someone's blog if I have a craving. This cookbook has plenty of recipes that made me think, "I never would have thought..."
--It's accessible. There are some ingredients you may have to order or go to a speciality store, depending on where you live. But most recipes can be made with regular grocery items. Many recipes are weeknight meal material.
-- But it feels fancy. Like I'd totally refer to this for a dinner party or holiday.
-- It's gorgeous. The photos are clean and have an aesthetic rust reminds me of 60's/70's food photos. It takes me back to an old Betty Crocker book I had as a little kid, in a good way. It can hang out on display as part of my kitchen decor.
-- Most recipes are reasonably healthy OR qualify as totally worth it treats. Satisfying without making you feel gross.
My only complaint is some recipes seem like fillers. (As in: Do we really need a guac recipe?)
Overall, I love it and think it's worth purchasing for several reasons. Would also make a great gift.