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Cookbook Review - Cherry Bombe The Cookbook

Cherry Bombe The Cookbook by Kerry Diamon & Claudia Wu is a cookbook that celebrates women and food.  The cookbook is an extension ofCherry Bombe magazine and is presented beautifully in many different ways.
I read cookbooks for the stories, the stories behind the recipes make me want to cook them.  My wife looks at cookbooks for the pictures, she’ll rarely cook a recipe that doesn’t have a photo.  This cookbook pleased both of us, it has a full page image and short blurb for each recipe.  Cherry Bombe differs in that the recipes are each from a different chef so each contains information about the woman providing it and some insight into why they love the recipe.
Since the cookbook features many different chefs the recipes are quite diverse  including lemongrass & ginger brined chicken from Jessica Koslow ofSqirl and Chocolate Persimmon Loaf Cake from Amy Guittard.  The recipe section begins with mains, travels through soups and salads, sides, apps, snacks and sips (cocktails) …

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