Touchdown chili, Grandma's stuffing, hot chocolate, and other fall recipes are packed into Susan Branch's first all-new, large-format work in four years. Brightly illustrated and lovingly designed, this celebration of autumn also includes a bountiful harvest of cozy projects, thoughtful gifts, and seasonal decorating and entertaining ideas. 0-316 ...
Touchdown chili, Grandma's stuffing, hot chocolate, and other fall recipes are packed into Susan Branch's first all-new, large-format work in four years. Brightly illustrated and lovingly designed, this celebration of autumn also includes a bountiful harvest of cozy projects, thoughtful gifts, and seasonal decorating and entertaining ideas. 0-316-08866-8$25.95 / Time Warner Book Group
Branch, Susan. New. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 128 p. Contains: Illustrations. In Stock. 100% Money Back Guarantee. Brand New, Perfect Condition, allow 4-14 business days for standard shipping. To Alaska, Hawaii, U.S. protectorate, P.O. box, and APO/FPO addresses allow 4-28 business days for Standard shipping. No expedited shipping. All orders placed with expedited shipping will be cancelled. Over 3, 000, 000 happy customers.
This is a beautiful book.The recipes are terrific and the illustrations are all original watercoloring. It would make a wonderful gift.
Jan 3, 2008
A book with heart
Susan Branch obviously loves Fall, and this book proves it. She packs in anecdotes, quotes and delicious recipes for the fall holidays; Halloween and Thanksgiving. The illustrations are cozy and homey, and include loveable creatures. Even if you don't try out the recipes (the ones I tried are superb), if you love Fall you will thoroughly enjoy this book.
Jul 5, 2007
Autumn here I come
No matter if you are in the big city, in a small town in Denmark or on the East coast USA - this is a book to fall in love with the autumn. I got it when it was hot summer here- and I started to long for grey wet autumn days. I find this book the best Susan Branch has done.
Publishers Weekly, 2004-07-19 Branch, the author-illustrator of several cute books and calendars (Vineyard Seasons; The Summer Book; etc.), brings her enthusiasm for cooking, entertaining and decorating to the fall months. Her whimsical watercolors, hand-written recipes and reminiscences, and sentimental quotations decorate each page, making it difficult to figure out if this is a practical cookbook/entertaining guide or a visually appealing coffee-table book. The recipes, such as Orange Spiced Harvest Stew (with beef, red wine and vegetables, served in a pumpkin), Roasted Beet Salad with Creamy & Mild Blue Cheese Dressing, and Cranberry Apple Crisp, take advantage of the best nature has to offer. Although Branch includes chapters on Halloween and Thanksgiving, most of her 100 recipes allow readers to make everyday meals special. The book has a distinctly country, New England feel, with its Prayer for a Little Home, sketches of leaves around each page and numerous American Indian-inspired dishes, such as Corn Pudding and Indian Shuck Bread. Serious cooks will be put off by the book's sensory overload, but lovers of Mary Engelbreit-type homey kitsch will lap this up. 4-color watercolors throughout. (Sept. 1) Forecast: Ads in People and Real Simple, along with a six-city author tour, may get women readers interested in Branch's latest. Her previous Heart of Home books and calendars have sold more than three million copies. Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.
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