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The Splendid Spoonful: From Custard to Creme Brulee

 

by Barbara Lauterbach

Review by Jennifer A. Wickes
Other articles by Jennife A. Wickes


A delicious look at wonderful custards and puddings. Recipes in this book include crème brûlée, tiramisu, bread pudding, flan and more! Not only can you enjoy dessert recipes in here, but also wonderful savory favorites!

Barbara Lauterbach is a professional food writer and cookbook author. She is a respected cooking instructor and can be found hosting classes in her home in New Hampshire or at King Arthur Baking Educational Center in Vermont.

Coupled with appetizing photographs and her knowledge on how to make an excellent custard, Lauterbach has developed a wonderful book. The recipes are delicious, traditional and some very creative meals too! Her passion and knowledge is felt throughout this entire book, and made me crave my all-time favorite dessert: crème brûlée.

With the holidays approaching, pick up a copy of this book and surprise your family and friends with delectable custards from The Spendid Spoonful!

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