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Stacks: The Art of Vertical Food Paperback – September 1, 2003
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Fabricant has translated the art of food layering to our kitchens.... Instructions and... possible combinations will intrigue the experimenting gastronome.Barbara Jacobs -- Booklist, Chicago, IL Aug. 1999
Now you, too, can dazzle friends (even better: enemies) with food towers built by sleight of hand. -- Skyway News Dec. 22, 1999
Stacks explains how to properly build [vertical] creations, using molds to craft the shape, and how to garnish and serve. Laurie Holloway, staff writer -- Nashville, TN Tennessean Dec. 27, 1999
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Despite that serious complaint, I do appreciate the discussion of equipment, detailed instruction on how to build stacks, and the extensive tables of what to layers are required and potential ingredients for those layers. This provides the solid basis needed to successful build her stack recipes and more importantly to determine if a stack you conceive will work.
In addition to its obvious use, I would also suggest that a child who is a picky eater, especially one who mixes everything together and slathers it with ketchup when they dislike an ingredient, may well be enticed to eat an ingredient that they got to help put in stack format.