Ciderhouse Cookbook Review

Ciderhouse Cookbook Review

Title: Ciderhouse Cookbook: 127 Recipes That Celebrate the Sweet, Tart, Tangy Flavors of Apple Cider
Author: Jonathan Carr, Nicole Blum and Andrea Blum
Published: August 7, 2018, Storey Publishing
No. of Pages: 232
Cover Price: $19.95 Paperback, $9.99 Kindle

Everybody, it seems, loves apple cider, especially in the fall, and just in time to prepare lots of dishes made with apple cider, authors Jonathan Carr, Nicole Blum and Andrea Blum have released an excellent cookbook , Ciderhouse Cookbook: 127 Recipes That Celebrate the Sweet, Tart, Tangy Flavors of Apple Cider. Who knew how many great dishes - appetizers, mains, salads, and desserts – can be made with this easily available product?

Not only does this cookbook give a good background on the preparation of good apple cider, but it has almost everything you want to know about it. There are foundation recipes such as Apple Cider Syrup which has multiple uses. It was very easy to make and it has been used so far in Candied Nuts (sweet and spicy) and Ciderhouse Barbecue Sauce (easy and good on everything grilled). The Apple Pommeau Cake was a hit; it was moist and flavorful and not too sweet. Everything tried so far from this cookbook has turned out picture perfect. Still in the queue are Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Rosemary, Garlic, Cider Syrup & Dates, Dutch Baby, and Canelés de Pomme. Other chapters feature mouthwatering side dishes and drinks.

The book is well organized, full of interesting and useful information, and has beautiful photographs. Anyone who loves apples, or products made from them (apple cider vinegar, apple syrup, apple molasses, etc.) will want to have this excellent cookbook in their collection.

Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.

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