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More than 400 taste-tempting recipes for a household blender.
More than five million blenders are sold each year in North America. Whether a blender is used to make wonderful mixed drinks or healthy baby food, it is one of the most widely used kitchen appliances.
The Blender Bible is a comprehensive compendium that features more than 400 great recipes:
This cookbook gives a wide range of recipes to increase the use of this versatile and powerful machine, reflecting the latest research that baby food and mixed drinks each account for 40% of blender use.
Following in the successful tradition of The Juicing Bible and The Smoothies Bible this book offers a wide range of easy-to-use, kitchen-tested recipes.
The Blender Bible is the ideal recipe book for the basic kitchen reference library.
Andrew Chase is the author of Asian Bistro and Associate Food Editor for Canadian Living Magazine. He lives in Toronto. Nicole Young is an experienced recipe developer and food stylist and gives regular seminars on making baby food.
400 recipes that illustrate the versatility of the blender. One whole chapter is devoted just to baby food. The book is creative... A nice addition to anyone's cookbook collection and would assist blender owners everywhere. [A book] from Robert Rose that can help you entertain weekend guests, and add some fun into your everyday menus. This book isn't just a bible of drink recipes, it contains recipes for 100 soups sauces and marinades, 100 baby foods, 100 miscellaneous recipes, and 100 of the blender drink recipes contained in 400 Blender Cocktails. While most of the recipes are easy to make, the book tries too hard to cover too much ground (e.g. if you want a book of baby food recipes, mixing them into a book with drink recipes, seems a bit weird). And, some of the recipes, most notably for salad dressings, can mostly be mixed by hand, thereby avoiding the need to lug out a heavy blender, and then do the clean-up. But for a newlywed couple who has just received probably more than one blender, it does offer lots of creative ways to use this must-have household appliance. Tofu Eggnog or Cream of Kohlrabi soup, anyone? The recipes are simple to follow, cover a lot of ethnic territory and follow the blender's basic appeal: Throw stuff in, whirr and pour it out. Someone who's not so comfortable in the kitchen would find these recipes doable.--Bonnie S. Benwick"Washington Post" (06/01/2005)