Over the past six years Julie Biuso has shared some of her favourite and most popular dessert recipes with Taste magazine readers. They were too good to simply be left there, so here they are all together in a gorgeous cookbook, for easy reference.
Sweet Feast is an intriguing mix of family favourites, special occasion treats, easy iced desserts, chocolate delights and cakes given a contemporary twist, all tried-and-true and thoroughly tested as you would expect from this author who prides herself on fail-proof recipes.
This irresistible content of Sweet Feast, photographed expertly by award-winning photographer Aaron McLean, forms the backbone of the book, but all new Cooking Classes with step-by-step photography featuring cooking and baking techniques and How-to’s feature in every chapter.
There is also an extensive Glossary and a useful Tips section, ensuring Sweet Feast the book is packed with helpful information and guidance for any home cook eager to improve their culinary skills while adding to their recipe repertoire.
About Julie Biuso:
Julie Biuso has written 14 cookbooks, a number of which have been with New Holland, including Never-ending Summer, Sizzle, Take a vine-ripened tomato…, and her memoir, Dancing on my Table. She has a large and loyal following through her regular contributions to radio, television and magazines and her popular appearances at food shows and her own cooking school. Julie has won a string of awards for her books, her writing and her achievements, including a Montana NZ Book Award, a Gold Ladle at the Le Cordon Bleu World Food Media Awards and several Gourmand World Cookbook awards.
Julie was one of 38 recipients (and the only food writer) of the inaugural Good Egg Awards presented at a special ceremony in August by the Royal New Zealand SPCA Blue Tick scheme and Compassion in World Farming.
Auckland-based Aaron McLean worked for a decade in restaurants before taking up a camera. Today he is recognised as one of New Zealand’s leading food and lifestyle photographers and his photography is regularly seen in Taste, NZ Life & Leisure, Dish, Cuisine and a growing number of books.