Spread some cheer with Christmas food booksLooking to add some holiday cheer to your bookshelf? Check out these recent offerings:
By: By J.M. Hirsch, The Associated Press , The Jamestown Sun
Looking to add some holiday cheer to your bookshelf? Check out these recent offerings:
— Susan Matheson and Lauren Chattman’s “The Gingerbread Architect”
This is not for the amateur baker, but you still will be inspired to break out your baking equipment. The book offers detailed instructions and templates for creating a dozen gorgeous gingerbread houses based on classic American home designs.
— Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Dinner”
This is a reprint of a short story written in 1835 by a young Charles Dickens. In it, he recounts a charming family Christmas dinner. This new and nicely illustrated version includes recipes from the period.