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Food & Wine Annual 2011: An Entire Year of Recipes (Food & Wine Annual Cookbook) Hardcover – April 5, 2011
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I have eight years of the "Food & Wine Annual Cookbook," going back to 2004. And every April I order the newest edition. As with the other seven, the 2011 recipe round-up stays within easy reach in my kitchen.
I like the way the cookbook is organized. As always, all the recipes from a year's worth of "Food & Wine" Magazine are collected into the same 17 food categories, from "Starters" to soups and salads, to pasta, poultry, beef & lamb and down the chapter headings to "Breakfast & Brunch" and "Pies & Fruit Desserts."
This year, the editors have added a new category, which I especially like, "50 Healthy & Fast Favorites." All 50 recipes have less than 5 grams of saturated fat and can be prepared from grocery store ingredients in 45 minutes or less.
I like the photography. The food shots are sumptuous, and the photos are of delicious-looking food but also happy people out gathering and preparing food and obviously enjoying great eats. The recipes shown are presented plated in a way that's not only visually appetizing, but also in a manner that illustrates how all the ingredients come together.
I like the variety of recipes. When I added things up I had counted more than 700 recipes. And each of the dishes has something, whether it's the list of ingredients or the mix of flavors or texture, that makes that particular serving something special.
I like culinary advice such as "Perfecting Hummus" or "Perfecting Ravioli" or the kitchen tips and information such as "A Lesson in Grains," or "How to Make Tortillas."
I like the fact that the book is comprehensive.Read more ›
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One recipe per page is nice. The colored pictures are great, you get an idea of what your dish should look like finished. Read morePublished on January 2, 2014 by Jody
I'VE ALWAYS LOVED THESE BOOKS. THIS ONE EXPECIALLY IS BEAUTIFULLY SET UP. THEY ARE ALL DIFFERENT IN FORMAT. THESE NEVER GET BORING. MARIKAPublished on November 17, 2013 by marika
Save space from all those Food and Wine magazines and get them all in a nice, easy to use, hardback book. All the amazing recipes without the advertisements.Published on November 12, 2013 by Scott Hegyes
This is just another cookbook in a world filled with as nice and sometimes better cookbooks. Gave it to daughterPublished on July 29, 2013 by Stella Burns
Love this cookbook. Have tried many of the recipes and they are really delicious. I did have one disappointing experience - - i made the potato, leek and broccoli soup with... Read morePublished on June 10, 2013 by Lucero James
I really like the Food and Wine Annual cookbooks they are my go to cookbooks for entertaining. I've subscribed to the magazine and the annual cookbook is so much better to keep... Read morePublished on May 15, 2013 by Two Girls
love food and wine and recipes put together that are not overwhelming to prepare. made many of the recipes alreadyPublished on February 25, 2013 by H. Greenberg