Sweeter off the Vine {Review}

I love using the excuse of eating dessert because it has fruit in it. Sweeter off the Vine is a brand new cookbook by Yossy Arefi. Lovely, non-glossy pages full of artistically composed mouth-watering shots for nearly every recipe. The recipes each come with stories and tips of how to make sure it comes out perfectly. The recipes are divided out into sections by seasons as well as a year-round section.
-Mixed Berries
-Stone Fruits
-Persimmons and Pomegranates
-Squash and Pumpkins
So as you can see it pretty much covers them all as well as introducing some new fruits. I’m dying to try the Caramelized Apple Fritters on p. 151 and the Cranberry Bread Pudding on p. 186. The Raspberry Sorbet with Pink Peppercorns on p. 116 has peaked my interest. This book seems to have many ingredients that seem expensive or hard to find and most of the recipes seem quite fancy and complicated for my style. Someone who enjoys Ina Garten on Food Network would probably love this book!

I am thankful for Blogging for Books who sent a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

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