What could be better than warming up by the fire and enjoying home-cooked food with family and friends? Make the most of being holed up indoors and prepare some warming Snow day Snacks. Enjoy sharing tasty treats such as Slow-cooked Tomatoes with Goat Cheese and Garlic Toasts.When it's chilly outside, what we naturally crave is warm, comforting food. In Cold Day Comforts yWhat could be better than warming up by the fire and enjoying home-cooked food with family and friends? Make the most of being holed up indoors and prepare some warming Snow day Snacks. Enjoy sharing tasty treats such as Slow-cooked Tomatoes with Goat Cheese and Garlic Toasts.When it's chilly outside, what we naturally crave is warm, comforting food. In Cold Day Comforts you'll find plenty of warming dishes including Oven-braised Lamb Shanks with Potatoes and Tomatoes. What better way to spend an icy afternoon than preparing Fireside Feasts to share with family and friends. Try a Braised Pot Roast with Red Wine, Rosemary and Bay. Make the most of the finest seasonal ingredients the winter has to offer and prepare healthy and satisfying Winter Salads. Choose from recipes such as Steak and Blue Cheese Salad. Whether you enjoy a luxurious dessert or a slice of cake in front of the fire, there are plenty of delicious treats to choose from in Indulgent Desserts. Try a Roasted Hazelnut and Chocolate Cake. Finally, in A Cup of Cheer there are plenty of ideas for delicious festive drinks. Relax at home with a warming Cinnamon Mocha or a Spiced Rum Chocolate. Enjoy winter entertaining with a Pomegranate Martini, guaranteed to make any holiday gathering a success....
|Title||:||Fireside Feasts & Snow Day Treats|
|Number of Pages||:||176 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Fireside Feasts & Snow Day Treats Reviews
Usually a comfort food cookbook is full of delicious, heavy "feel good" recipes. Yes, there are some. But this selection has many delicious, full flavored, colorful and healthy treats. The photographs are gorgeous and I found many "new" ideas for recipes of the foods that I love and crave. I want to own this one. I hope you will try this book if you love to cook or if you just love to read cookbooks. 10 out of 10.
Bought by my parents as a cute Christmas gift after we'd had a wood burner installed. It has become my favourite cook book. I drag out the cold season as long as possible so that I can justifiably use it and look forward to getting it out again as soon as autumn starts. I'm not a chef, nor do I even enjoy cooking much and am generally overly critical of my own cooking, ("is that corner slightly over golden brown? it fails! zero stars for me!") but the food is just sooo good that I can't help but continually pick out recipes from it to try. If I absolutely had to pick out a bad point about the book, some of the ingredient lists are quite long, but I think of it as a treat/comfort meal and don't mind planning ahead to make sure I've got all the ingredients in stock.
I borrowed this book from the library on a whim and I'm so glad I did. This book has a diverse range of dishes that are unusual, easy to read as well. I'm yet to try recipes but I already have a few planned for this weekend. Highly recommended. Would make a great gift.
Good number of yummy recipes suitable for the cold season. I would consider buying this cookbook