This beautiful hardcover book has pictures interspersed throughout that are amazing and look real enough to eat. Each chapter is devoted to a different spice or to a different type of spice. Cinnamon and nutmeg are my two favorite spices and I was so happy to see an entire chapter devoted to each of them. There are more traditional recipes included such as maple sticky buns, but then there are others that may not be typically in the same category such as blackberry-peach hand pies and orange-clove pull-apart bread. The recipes all sound delicious and seem easy to make overall. In addition to the recipes, the author shares some of her own remembrances and experiences of baking while growing up as well as the history of the various spices and the best way to store them and use them.
I highly recommend this cookbook and this would make a great gift for bakers and those whom love to try out new recipes in the kitchen!
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"I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review."