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Winner of the Dutch Cookbook of the Year award in 2010, Home Made is a unique and captivating cookbook, with over 200 recipes and ideas for sumptuous homemade food. Author Yvette van Boven uses clear step-by-step instructions to show the reader how to make ingredients, as well as recipes, at home. Home Made begins with breakfast and works its way through the day. Learn how to make cheese from pantry staples, create an oven smoker from scratch in just two minutes and make ice cream without an ice cream machine. In the true spirit of this book, Yvette drew her own quirky illustrations, designed the book and styled the food for the photographs, which were taken by her husband, Oof Verschuren. Original, fun and inspiring, Home Made will appeal to readers wanting simple, authentic and healthy ways of eating. The friendly tone, quirky cartoons and can-do approach make this cookbook very accessible for the average home cook. Step-by-step spreads on making jam, stock, bread, chocolates, and more feature up to 15 images per recipe. Winner of the Dutch Cookbook of the Year award in 2010, this unique cookbook will now be available to an English-speaking market. Yvette has a loyal online following.
Publication date: 01/03/2012
Publisher: Murdoch Books
|Publication date:||1st March 2012|
|Author:||Yvette van Boven|
|Genres:||Cookery, Food and Drink,|
Yvette van Boven divides her time between Amsterdam and Paris. She is a freelance food stylist, artist and recipe writer and owns, together with her cousin, a restaurant and catering company in Amsterdam. Yvette also illustrates books and magazines as well as creating her own artwork and screen prints. Her work appears regularly in magazines such as Grazia, Red Magazine, Delicious, Elle Food, Flow, Margriet, as well as a range of newspapers and books.More About Yvette van Boven