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Creating Empty Bottle Moments: Cooking with Clive

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Encourages at-home chefs to experiment with recipes as the author recounts some of his most memorable dishes. This title presents the stories of an impromptu celebratory dessert for George H W Bush on the night of the 1988 presidential polls and of serving multiple-entree meals to ravenous pro-football linemen.
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published March 1st 2009 by Baxter Press
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Bobbie  Crawford
Jul 02, 2009 Bobbie Crawford rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Everyone who cooks!
Creating Empty Bottle Moments: Cooking With Clive
Written By: Clive Berkman
Published By: Baxter Press, 2009, 259 pages, hardcover
ISBN 978-1888237719

Creating Empty Bottle Moments: Cooking With Clive is Top-Notch! From the front cover forward I was captivated by the beautiful layout, full-colour photographs, mouth-watering recipes and the friendly, down-to-earth tone. More then just a cookbook, this hardcover masterpiece gives us a genuine feel for Clive Berkman, the man as well as World Class Chi
Steve recently met Clive...and he gave us his book...cookbook plus his story...fascinating.
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