Friends at My Table Recipes for a Year of Eating Drinking and Making Merry Alice Hart is a genius at effortless entertaining and serving up delicious food for a crowd In Friends at My Table she s crafted complete menus for each season and perfectly delicious recipes

  • Title: Friends at My Table: Recipes for a Year of Eating, Drinking, and Making Merry
  • Author: Alice Hart
  • ISBN: 9781611800609
  • Page: 100
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Alice Hart is a genius at effortless entertaining and serving up delicious food for a crowd In Friends at My Table she s crafted 12 complete menus 3 for each season and 70 perfectly delicious recipes for a year s worth of colorful celebrations Menus include food and drink for a bridal shower, brunches, a laid back summer wedding, picnics, autumn bonfires, and even a NewAlice Hart is a genius at effortless entertaining and serving up delicious food for a crowd In Friends at My Table she s crafted 12 complete menus 3 for each season and 70 perfectly delicious recipes for a year s worth of colorful celebrations Menus include food and drink for a bridal shower, brunches, a laid back summer wedding, picnics, autumn bonfires, and even a New Year s Eve dinner There s something here for every occasion, mood, budget, and palate omnivores and vegetarians, too Also, get ideas for charming activities to incorporate into your parties how to build a home smoker, tips on wild food foraging, how to pack for a picnic, and even the basics of playing beach cricket.

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    About "Alice Hart"

    1. Alice Hart

      Alice Hart is an exciting, authoritative, new voice who loves to share her culinary knowledge For her, food is about fun She is a food stylist, food editor and the author of many cook books Her food is inspired by her travels around the world and she always cooks with fresh, seasonal produce She lives in London.

    876 thoughts on “Friends at My Table: Recipes for a Year of Eating, Drinking, and Making Merry”

    1. Disclaimer: This ARC was given to me for free in exchange for an honest review from Netgalley.Beautiful recipes and photos. Will have to use some for my wedding.


    2. Cooking for a large group is not the same as making a meal for your family - it is an art, particularly if you don't want to be stressing before and possibly during the meal. You might even want to take part in the celebrations instead of being locked in the kitchen.A book like this can possibly ride to the rescue. In essence twelve complete menus are presented, with something for every season, whether it be a wedding, holiday celebration, a special party or just a lazy summer picnic. Considerat [...]


    3. These are lovely recipes (even though I'd make changes/omissions to many of them) and in my opinion, they show a high level of caring & thoughtfulness if indeed you are making them for friends. They are not for the inexperienced cook, however they are for an adventurous cook.There are many photographs, you know I like that I do not like the text on the beige pages, it is difficult to read. Pages 26 & 27, GENERAL RULES when cooking for a crowd and then a tiny printed subtitle, the author [...]


    4. What a fun book! Alice Hart presents 3 menus per season, each menu having a different theme. I love the idea of these various get-togethers.The photographs in the book are also beautiful. I just want to crawl inside of each one.I think my favorite parts of the book, however, are the extras. Tucked into the recipes for each menu are pages titled "Warming Winter Breakfast Ideas", ""Building a Firepit", "How to Forage for Razor Clams", and much more. Some offer more practical advice than others, bu [...]


    5. Advance copy provided through netgalley.A beautifully photographed book for the cook who likes to entertain. I love that it is menu-based. The author encourages substitutions, which is good because she uses ingredients that are either more common where she lives (England), or not much available outside larger markets (porchetta). For this reason I wouldn't recommend this for a beginner in the kitchen. That said, she includes a lot of valuable advice on cooking for a crowd, timing your event prep [...]


    6. I've had this review copy for ages, and have dipped in and out at various times. It's a lovely book, more than just a recipe book and perhaps a touch self-indulgent, but well worth a look. It has complete menus for different occasions, ranging from supper with friends to a wedding party for 20. There's lots of general information, hints and tips, and it's beautifully illustrated. The only real niggle for me is that it uses Imperial measures only (aimed at the US market?), and would benefit from [...]


    7. I am usually looking for things that look easy and quick to make but by a skillful combination of ingredients / flavours are interesting and impressive. I didn't find such recipes in this book. But if you want instructions on baking a lamb in the ground, look no further.


    8. There's a lot going on in this book, which might be a good thing if I were a leisurely peruser, but I'm not. I like to have some momentum in my text.


    9. Really beautiful book. I liked all the layouts, photos, etc. But only a few recipes I was interested in making.



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