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The Flavor Bible -- Book Review and Giveaway -- 5 Winners!

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The Flavor Bible is a great new book from Hachette by award-winning authors and award-winning photographer and I have a giveaway on my blog for 5 copies. There's not much time left before the 5 winners are chosen.

Serious food lovers will WANT and need this book on their bookshelf.
Come by my blog to read my review of The Flavor Bible and to enter the giveaway.

Joy
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How about you post your review of the Flavor Bible? That is what this forum is for, not your giveaway and blog linking.
Palace of the Brine -- "I hear the droning in the shrine of the sea monkeys." Saltair
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Here's the review, phatch. It isn't so much "my" giveaway as sharing a good thing with people who should have a particular interest.
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Joy

The Flavor Bible Ignites Culinary Passion, Creativity
by Joy Of Desserts

Don't let the cover of this book fool you. It is not just about a few spices and flavorings. This meticulously crafted and photographed encyclopedic tome is for the serious cook, the culinary scholar, the passionate gourmet, the food historian.

It is for those looking to take their cooking and eating to a level beyond ordinary.

This luxurious, hardcover book deserves an honored place on the consummate food lover's bookshelf, far away from kitchen grease. Keep it at the ready to pore over its delectable contents.

There are no recipes in this book, but the quotes delving into the philosophies of America's most renowned chefs; the extensive, alphabetized ingredient reviews covering nuances from shades of color to mouthfeel; and the artistic photography will equip the experienced to create their own recipes for culinary masterpieces.

The Flavor Bible, passionately written by Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg, photographed by Barry Salzman, is a superb and definitive volume not to be missed. It arrives in bookstores on Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2008.
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Thank you,

Phil
Palace of the Brine -- "I hear the droning in the shrine of the sea monkeys." Saltair
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Palace of the Brine -- "I hear the droning in the shrine of the sea monkeys." Saltair
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No problem, Phil. My pleasure to be sharing here.
Joy
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The Flavor Bible

Are any of the books by Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg available in Spanish?
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I have in my kitchen a copy of “Culinary Artist” It is stained written in and never leaves my worktop I was having a hard time getting hold of the “Flavor Bible” But a quick word with Andrew and Karen sorted it out. My copy is on its way. I can’t wait to get my mitts on it’.
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Dave
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Regards
Dave
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I need to get this boook! Infact, it might be the next food related book I purchase. And I have 9 pages of food related books on my wishlist at amazon.
"To be a good chef all you got to do is lots of little things well" -Marco Pierre

"As far as cuisine is concerned, one must read everything, see everything, hear everything, try everything, observe everything, in order to retain in the end, just a little bit." -Fernand Point
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"To be a good chef all you got to do is lots of little things well" -Marco Pierre

"As far as cuisine is concerned, one must read everything, see everything, hear everything, try everything, observe everything, in order to retain in the end, just a little bit." -Fernand Point
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