A quick post to tell you that The Gastronomer's Bookshelf has added a pile of new reviews in the last two months and we're now on Twitter (thegastronomers) too (yeah, Mark and I didn't think we had enough on our plates already!).
- I've reviewed Verrines by José Maréchal – pretty and tasty, and the weighty Chocolate from the University of California Davis, and the surprisingly tasty Anjum's New Indian.
- Mark of No Special Effects reviewed the delicious Indulge by Claire Clark.
- Sarah of Sarah Cooks managed three reviews: Bill Granger's Feed Me Now!, but she wasn't thrilled by it, and Planet Cake by Paris Cutler – a useful practical guide to producing very beautiful cakes, and the rather patchy How to Be a Better Foodie by Sudi Pigott
- Meanwhile Y of Lemonpi wrote her first boork review — a big favourite Mix & Bake by Belinda Jeffrey.
- We were very happy to receive a review of Clatter of Forks and Spoons by Richard Corrigan, reviewed by new reviewer Daniel Chan.
- And JudithM submitted her first review: the attractive, nostalgic and quirky Blue Ribbon Cookbook by Liz Harfull, compiling prize-winning recipes from South Australian agricultural shows.
- And Gfron1 of The Curious Blogquat also managed to review two titles: Pastry in Europe 2009 and the impressively compendious The Complete Robuchon.
We hope you enjoy them! If you have a book you love (or loathe) why not join in by writing a review? (Click here for more info)
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