This rhubarb-themed cookbook features 50 recipes complemented by full-color photographs of each dish.
The Cookbook That Captures the Taste of Summer
An unusual yet surprisingly common perennial, rhubarb is as versatile as it is iconic. With a subtle yet distinct tart, earthy flavor, it’s perfect as a sauce, in a drink, and, of course, baked in a pie. Rhubarb is a cookbook by food stylist Corrine Kozlak that features 50 tried & true recipes to please friends, neighbors, and the entire family.
The author has compared, tested, and tasted every recipe, while professional food photographer Kevin Scott Ramos has beautifully photographed each dish. Classic desserts, smoothies, salads, and even main dishes, the options presented here will become instant favorites, enjoyed time and again. Growing tips and the food’s fascinating history make this cookbook even more useful.
People love rhubarb because it connects them to the past and to the future. It reminds them of summers long ago, and it is a predictable, dependable plant that promises to return. Add Rhubarb to your cookbook collection, and savor this wonderful variety of delicious options. The softcover with flaps adds to the elegance of this collectible title.
Corrine Kozlak has spent her whole professional life around food. In the test kitchens of both Kraft and the “Chicago Tribune,” she has worked as a recipe tester and developer; as a freelance food stylist, she has spent time in many beautiful set kitchens.
Writing this cookbook is the culmination of what she has learned about gardening, creating and adapting recipes, recipe testing, photo styling, and selecting props for photography. Maple syrup is one of Corrine’s favorite gifts from nature that happens to be oh so sweet.
Kevin Ramos is an internationally published professional photographer specializing in food, people, and products. After studying photography in Denver, Kevin returned to the greater Chicago area to start his career and eventually open his own studio.
“Food photography has always been enjoyable for me, and maple syrup was such a treat to photograph as well as sample.” “Maple Syrup” is Kevin’s second cookbook collaboration.