Mollenkamp goes over types of meats, veggies, and herbs. She gives concise overviews on how to choose foods and what seasons they would be the freshest. Mollenkamp advocates eating seasonally. I loved all the pictures and the details given to the techniques at the beginning. The first half of the book talks about techniques and teaches a lot about preparing food. The second half is recipes. But even the recipe are demonstrating techniques.
I decided to make Mollenkamp's Almond Brioche Sticky Buns:
Mollenkamp's Keys To The Kitchen is a must buy for me. Others who share their thoughts on Keys To The Kitchen: The Kitchn, The Spiced Life, Edible Living, Turntable Kitchen, and Food Gal.
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I always enjoyed watching Aida's TV show. I'll have to track down a copy of this at my library. It does sound interesting. I can use a little adventure in my cooking too. :)ReplyDelete
Those look yummy! I think a seasonal book should be layed out as such too!!ReplyDelete
So sorry it too me a while to get here this week. Anyway, those sticky buns look wonderful!ReplyDelete
Despite the organization of the cookbook, this one sounds perfect for me!
These look so absolutely delicious!ReplyDelete