Monday, May 28, 2012

Review: Edible Party Bouquets by Fox Chapel Publishing


SUMMARY FROM NETGALLEY.COM:
Make a lasting impression with a stunning fruit, appetizer or dessert bouquet. Perfect for gift‑giving or any celebration, these 40 homemade, edible centerpieces are easy‑to‑make, inexpensive, and beautiful. Just follow the step‑by‑step instructions to learn how to easily assemble fruit, appetizers or treats into impressive arrangements that will make your next special occasion memorable.
MY TAKE:

I'm no Martha Stewart, but I'm all for making pretty arrangements, especially if they are edible.

Edible Party Bouquets contains easy step-by-step guides to create some really cool sweet and savory party bouquets.

A lot of the sweet bouquets were made of fruit, so I pretty much skipped that, although I did like the Truffle Tower bouquet. I might try that out. The savory bouquets were what really grabbed my attention. The Taco Blooms and the Oriental Garden Bundles look really yummy and easy to make. Those two things are the first on my to-do list.

Thanks to NetGalley and Fox Chapel Publishing for the e-ARC. Publication date of Edible Party Bouquets is on June 1, 2012.

THE GOOD:
  1. There are pictures for every step, so you won't get lost.
  2. The instructions are easy to understand.
  3. The bouquets all look yummy.
THE BAD:
  1. You might have to buy special equipment before you can start.
FAVORITE QUOTE/S:
It is important to keep most fruits and vegetables cool while preparing and arranging your bouquet.
READ IT IF:
  1. You are interested in making tasty centerpieces.
  2. You want to try something creative.
  3. You enjoy baking.
RATING:
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