Kendra's Reviews > The Flavor Bible: The Essential Guide to Culinary Creativity, Based on the Wisdom of America's Most Imaginative Chefs

The Flavor Bible by Karen Page
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Jan 03, 10

really liked it
Read in January, 2010

Got this book for the chef in the family. It's an interesting concept. Not a cookbook with recipes, but a cookbook with flavor ideas. Look up a food and it suggests other foods or spices, etc, that go well with it. i.e. under "rum" you'll find banana, brown sugar, caribbean cuisine, etc. The list includes whole foods, spices, sweeteners, cuisines, even seasons. I think it will be used often in our household because we like to buy foods we've never heard of and this will help us figure out what to do with those new foods. It's also great if you know you've got X in the fridge but can't think of what to do with it.

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