March 17, 2015

5 Star Review: The Perfect Egg by Teri Lyn Fisher & Jenny Park @SpoonForkBacon #BookReview @foodlovejenny @terilynfisher

Title: The Perfect Egg
Author: Teri Lyn Fisher, Jenny Park
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
Genre: Cooking, How-To
Release Date: March 3rd 2015
Source: Blogging For Books
Purchase: Amazon

A cookbook all about eggs, with 70 diverse recipes for meals, snacks, and desserts, from the team behind the beloved food blog Spoon Fork Bacon.

Eggs are one of the world’s superstar foods: inexpensive, protein-rich, versatile, and easily renewable. Every culture has its own take on eggs—for breakfast, lunch, and dinner—and The Perfect Egg features a dazzling, delicious variety of globally-influenced dishes. From Blackberry-Stuffed Croissant French Toast to Hot and Sour Soup, and from Poached Yolk-Stuffed Ravioli to Creamy Lemon Curd Tart, the more than seventy recipes in The Perfect Egg offer a fresh, unique, and modern take on the most humble of foods.

Who would have thought that there was so many things you can do and make with eggs. This book has everything from condiments such as mayonnaise, breads, salads, desserts and more. I also didn't realize that there are so many different kinds of eggs you can cook with, such as Emu, Ostrich and Turkey. Our family really isn't really big egg eaters, but some of these recipes just might change our mind and have got our curiosity going on what it tastes like. I have been searching for a recipe to make Beignets, and this book has it, so needless to say, that will be getting cooked up and so will many more of these wonderful recipes.

Family Rating: Two enthusiastic thumbs up.

Disclaimer: *I received a copy of this book for free to review, this in no way influenced my review, all opinions are 100% honest and my own.

Teri Lyn Fisher is a photographer, with an emphasis in food and interiors, currently living in Los Angeles. She graduated with distinction from Art Center College of Design with a degree in photography. Prior to this, she studied graphic design at Otis College of Art and Design. With a strong background in design, Teri has designed countless promotional materials for both herself, business associates, as well as Spoon Fork Bacon (her current food blog). Teri's passion from food began at an early age and has developed into an integral part of her career. When she's not in the studio, she's usually at home watching Harry Potter with her cats, while prop shopping online or globe trotting, exploring different countries and trying new international dishes.

Jenny Park is a food stylist and recipe developer/writer based in Los Angeles. She graduated from UC Santa Barbara with a BA in English before moving on to Le Cordon Bleu obtaining her Associate of Occupational Studies in the Culinary Arts. She has been food styling and recipe-developing ever since. Jenny's food styling sensibilities have an emphasis on keeping the fare looking natural and homemade, yet beautiful and attainable. She has styled for clients such as Target, David Chang of Momofuku, Splenda, and Kellogg's. Her recipes are also thoughtful, delicious and creative. She has written recipes for Rachel Ray Magazine, San Pellegrino, and American Lamb Board, to name a few.

Her passion for cooking began at an early age, tailing her mom around in the kitchen with a notepad in desperation to learn every single thing she could. Today Jenny spends most of her free time in the kitchen, brainstorming new recipes ideas and concepts. When she's not cooking, she's usually at the beach with her boyfriend and beloved dog Dexter or exploring Los Angeles...particularly the restaurant scene.

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