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By Tammy Donroe Inman | Comments: ( 845 ) | Date: ( Apr 03, 2020 )

Who says the winter months have to be bleak and barren Author Tammy Donroe sees this season as an opportunity to stay inside, fire up the oven, and produce decadent desserts from the bounty of wholesome winter ingredients Wintersweet encourages readers to make use of fresh, local ingredients for warming seasonal desserts While summer farmers markets are always overflowWho says the winter months have to be bleak and barren Author Tammy Donroe sees this season as an opportunity to stay inside, fire up the oven, and produce decadent desserts from the bounty of wholesome winter ingredients Wintersweet encourages readers to make use of fresh, local ingredients for warming seasonal desserts While summer farmers markets are always overflowing with ripe produce, there s plenty to be had from November to March squashes and pumpkins, parsnips and carrots, apples, pears, citrus of all types, and feel good ingredients like nuts, cheese, and chocolate.The fresh and rustic recipes in Wintersweet push the envelope of traditional winter desserts like pumpkin or apple pies with such delicacies as Pear Cranberry Clafouti, Spicy Prune Cake with Penuche Frosting, Tangelo Sorbet, and Goat Cheese Cake with Dried Cherry Compote Each chapter is devoted to different ingredients, ranging from Persimmons, Pomegranates, and Cranberries to Citrus, Cheese, and Dried Fruits, allowing readers to experiment with new and exciting ingredients for complex and delicious flavors They taste even better when they can be found near your own backyard Donroe provides resources for finding the best local farmers markets and agricultural centers near you Perfect for holiday gatherings or to warm the belly on a cold night, Wintersweet is the perfect dessert companion to make the year s coldest season a bit festive.


  • Title: Wintersweet: Seasonal Desserts to Warm the Home
  • Author: Tammy Donroe Inman
  • ISBN: 9780762445370
  • Page: 249
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Tammy Donroe Inman

Tammy Donroe Inman is the author of WINTERSWEET Seasonal Desserts to Warm the Home, praised by The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The Boston Globe, and Library Journal Her new book, TWITTERATI CRYPTOGRAMS 350 Snarky Ciphers for Social Media Junkies, contains hilarious coded word puzzles featuring comedians Eugene Mirman, Kristen Schaal, and Rob Delaney, as well as writers for top TV shows like Parks and Recreation, Family Guy, Conan, and Late Night With Seth Meyers She lives outside Boston with her husband and two sons.



Comments Wintersweet: Seasonal Desserts to Warm the Home

  • Jenny (Reading Envy)

    This is a beautiful cookbook with beautiful photography, and probably my favorite of 2013. The idea of building a cookbook around winter ingredients for baked goods is brilliant and much appreciated. There are chapters on nuts and squashes and citrus, to name a few. Both recipes I tried were not dishes I had seen in other cookbooks, and had interesting flavor profiles. I made the butternut squash cake twice!Butternut squash cake:Cocoa Pomegranate Pavlova (I couldn't resist the striking color in [...]


  • Fredrick Danysh

    Sweets are in order any season of the year. This collection of recipes uses a variety of fresh seasonal products for excellent results. There are some unusual recipes in this work.


  • Heather

    I got this from our library and would love to add it to my personal collection. The book is beautiful in itself and the recipes sound amazing; I want to try them all! I wish there was a picture for each recipe, but the pictures that are in there are very artistically presented and thought out.


  • Samantha Sweatt

    I learned so much from this book! filled with facts and tidbits of all sorts plus renditions on old recipes and new recipes alike. it is also well laid out and well designed.


  • Cath

    I admit I wanted it because of the beautiful pictures. There arent many inside though! The book has nine chapters, each has its own main ingredient and gives a bit of tips and history, what kind of apple for pie, how to store chocolate Then you get recipes with a little anecdote.Baking with apples, pears, nuts, cheese, beets, parsnip, citruses, dates, persimmons- thats definitely not usual boring cookbook!!! Quantities are in cups, ml, grams so no need for converting. The instructions are easy t [...]


  • Elizabeth Kovar

    I really enjoyed this book. I am vegan but love her recipes. The pictures are beautiful and I know these are classic recipes that are heavy in dairy, sugar etc. so someone can always alternate or swap out ingredients but for the most part I gravitate toward books that don't have secret or expensive ingredients. I love how she gives history to certain fruits, veggies, nuts etc. and connects food to things like cultural experiences etc. I enjoy it because I am that person and cook too.


  • Naomi Blackburn

    Oh my goodness, this book is in my cart! This book was amazing with several types of recipes from the easy to prepare to recipes fit for entertaining. From citrus to chocolate and cheese recipes. There was basically a recipe for every occasion and desert lover.I can't wait to try some of these recipes in The Pub and Grub Forum.


  • Kathryn

    This is a lovely cookbook with delicious recipes and photography that made me want to try everything. My husband is not fond of many of the fruits and vegetables she makes recipes for, otherwise I would probably buy this cookbook.


  • Hilary

    Sumptuous spreads (food and photos!) with chatty text readers will devour! Recipes entice -- I wanted to make each one! Price ($30) made me borrow it from the library before deciding I need a copy of my own!


  • Salena

    Has a recipe for lefse aka Norwegian potato crepes.


  • Marie

    Wonderful recipes, great instructions, attainable results. My one disappointment regards the paucity of photographs - more is always more with cookbooks.


  • Anne

    I'd like to have a copy of this one day when I get a place with an electric oven. I don't trust gas.


  • Bett

    Pear Cranberry Clafouti?! Swoon.


  • Megan

    I perused this one in the dead of summer while sweating profusely and all the warming desserts still sounded delicious. An indicator of how great this cookbook is.


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