This month we have several new titles available, stop by and check them out!
1. Sheet Pan Suppers is a new acquisition written by alumni Molly Gilbert. It includes not only suppers but also appetizers, brunch and desserts! Pick this up if you are looking for simple and hands off meals.
2. In Chocopologie, Fritz Knipschildt walks readers through some of his acclaimed baked treats and confections. From Bacon Blondies to Green Peppercorn Truffles to a Knipschildt Martini, this book covers everything you could possibly want to satisfy your sweet tooth.
3. If you like your deserts a bit more experimental, check out Perfection in Imperfection by Janice Wong. To create this book, Wong went through 72 hour of blindness which helped her free her imagination and develop such recipes as Basil White Chocolate Ganache and Purple Potato Cheesecake.
4. We also have a new reference selection this month, for in library use only. The Culinary Institute of America’s Mastering the Art and Craft of Baking and Pastry. This text includes just about everything you need to know about baking and pastry, with references, recipes and even career advice. Take a look!
We received two generous donations this month.
5. Chef Cynthia brought in a copy of the Wedding Cake Decorators Bible by Alan Dunn. This volume contains everything you need to know to create a wedding cake from piping to sugar flowers to recipes.
6. We also received a donation from student Carl Wachtmeister. The Ingleby Kitchen covers fresh and seasonal food from farms throughout the globe. Recipes include Salad with Pistachios from the United States, Blue Cheese Burgers from Sweden and Banana with Brown Sugar from Uruguay. The book also includes recommended menus, a meal planner and information about the farms which inspired the recipes.