There are many things I look forward to after a long winter—sunshine is obviously one of them, but the new Spring cookbook releases may even beat out the prospect of warmer weather and flip flops. In the past few weeks I've had a slew of new titles cross my desk, but I've been looking forward to the release of Sweeter off the Vine, written by Yossy Arefi from the blog Apt2b Baking Company. I was fortunate enough to get a sneak peak a few months back and when the print copy finally arrived I couldn't wait to dig in.
Sweeter off the Vine joins the growing ranks of books dedicated to fresh, seasonal cooking—a trend I'm excited to see continue to grow and it definitely doesn't disappoint. It's broken up by season and then again by fruit, so if you happen to find yourself with a glut of fresh produce you'll have several recipes to choose from. Each recipe offers its own unique twist with bold flavor combinations like Chamomile Honey Panna Cotta, Rhubarb and Rose Galettes, Wine-Soaked Peaches with Lemon Verbena, and Raspberry Sorbet with Pink Peppercorns. If you've found yourself in a rut with your baking this book is sure to help spark your creativity in the kitchen.
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This book was sent to me for review by Ten Speed Press through the Blogging for Books program. As always, all opinions are my own.