Sweet

Sweet

In his stunning new baking and desserts cookbook Yotam Ottolenghi and his long-time collaborator Helen Goh bring the Ottolenghi hallmarks of fresh, evocative ingredients, exotic spices and complex flavourings - including fig, rose petal, saffron, aniseed, orange blossom, pistachio and cardamom - to indulgent cakes, biscuits, tarts, puddings, cheesecakes and ice cream. Sweet In his stunning new baking and desserts cookbook Yotam Ottolenghi and his long-time collaborator Helen Goh bring the ...

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Title:Sweet
Author:Yotam Ottolenghi
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Genres:Food and Drink
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:368 pages pages

Sweet Reviews

  • Casey
    Jul 19, 2017

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

    Sweet has been long awaited and finally arrived in my Australian home. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my top favourite chefs and this book he and Helen Goh have created together is a pleasure to read and use. I love how clearly the recipes are written, how beautiful the photographs are and...

    Thank you to Netgalley, Ten Speed Press, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Helen Goh for the chance to read and review this ARC; Are you a self-proclaimed sweet tooth holder? Then, this is the book for you. From the cover to the first pages sumptuous desserts are leaping out off of every pa...

    Frankly, I'd love to just make everything in this book because it all looks delicious. That's not going to happen, but there are at least half a dozen that will be made in the not-too-distant future. I'm thinking this will end up being a four star rating once I have time to cook a few ...

    To be perfectly frank, writing a review for a book by Ottolenghi is perhaps only slightly less like writing a review for a book by Jamie Oliver or Tana French. It's just exceedingly unlikely that I'm going to find any work by any of them to falter much. It's difficult to be even-handed...

    4.5 out of 5 stars. This book is gorgeous from cover to cover. I bake a lot more than I cook, so I'm always looking for new baking books to add to my shelf. I wasn't disappointed in Sweet even a little bit. The book is divided into chapters by the type of dessert, making recipes ...

    Title: Sweet - Desserts from London's Ottolenghi Author: Yotam Ottolenghi Publisher: Ten Speed Press Published: 10-3-2017 Pages: 368 Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine Sub-Genre: Cookbooks; Desserts; Celebrities; Baking ISBN: 9781607749141 ASIN: B01NAW3RDM Reviewed For NetGalley ...

    I love to bake and eat desserts but this book did not thrill me. there's only a handful of recipes that I was interested in making. ...

    Beautiful images. Touching personal stories and details. Fantastic unique recipes. A must have for any bakers collection!! ...

    For years I had thought Yotam Ottolenghi was a bit overrated (while my friends raved about him), I have flicked through many of his books and was still unconvinced. Sweet is the book that, finally, changed my mind. I love books about baking, and this is a helluva book about baking. ...

    As a big fan of Ottolenghi's other cookbooks I was pretty excited to check this out even though I don't bake or make sweets on the regular. Sure enough, this book, written with pastry chef Helen Goh is full of recipes incorporating middle eastern ingredients like pistachios and figs...

  • Sarah
    Oct 09, 2017

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

  • Amanda
    May 22, 2017

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

    Sweet has been long awaited and finally arrived in my Australian home. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my top favourite chefs and this book he and Helen Goh have created together is a pleasure to read and use. I love how clearly the recipes are written, how beautiful the photographs are and...

    Thank you to Netgalley, Ten Speed Press, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Helen Goh for the chance to read and review this ARC; Are you a self-proclaimed sweet tooth holder? Then, this is the book for you. From the cover to the first pages sumptuous desserts are leaping out off of every pa...

  • Wendi
    Oct 08, 2017

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

    Sweet has been long awaited and finally arrived in my Australian home. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my top favourite chefs and this book he and Helen Goh have created together is a pleasure to read and use. I love how clearly the recipes are written, how beautiful the photographs are and...

    Thank you to Netgalley, Ten Speed Press, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Helen Goh for the chance to read and review this ARC; Are you a self-proclaimed sweet tooth holder? Then, this is the book for you. From the cover to the first pages sumptuous desserts are leaping out off of every pa...

    Frankly, I'd love to just make everything in this book because it all looks delicious. That's not going to happen, but there are at least half a dozen that will be made in the not-too-distant future. I'm thinking this will end up being a four star rating once I have time to cook a few ...

    To be perfectly frank, writing a review for a book by Ottolenghi is perhaps only slightly less like writing a review for a book by Jamie Oliver or Tana French. It's just exceedingly unlikely that I'm going to find any work by any of them to falter much. It's difficult to be even-handed...

  • Sue
    Mar 24, 2018

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

    Sweet has been long awaited and finally arrived in my Australian home. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my top favourite chefs and this book he and Helen Goh have created together is a pleasure to read and use. I love how clearly the recipes are written, how beautiful the photographs are and...

    Thank you to Netgalley, Ten Speed Press, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Helen Goh for the chance to read and review this ARC; Are you a self-proclaimed sweet tooth holder? Then, this is the book for you. From the cover to the first pages sumptuous desserts are leaping out off of every pa...

    Frankly, I'd love to just make everything in this book because it all looks delicious. That's not going to happen, but there are at least half a dozen that will be made in the not-too-distant future. I'm thinking this will end up being a four star rating once I have time to cook a few ...

    To be perfectly frank, writing a review for a book by Ottolenghi is perhaps only slightly less like writing a review for a book by Jamie Oliver or Tana French. It's just exceedingly unlikely that I'm going to find any work by any of them to falter much. It's difficult to be even-handed...

    4.5 out of 5 stars. This book is gorgeous from cover to cover. I bake a lot more than I cook, so I'm always looking for new baking books to add to my shelf. I wasn't disappointed in Sweet even a little bit. The book is divided into chapters by the type of dessert, making recipes ...

    Title: Sweet - Desserts from London's Ottolenghi Author: Yotam Ottolenghi Publisher: Ten Speed Press Published: 10-3-2017 Pages: 368 Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine Sub-Genre: Cookbooks; Desserts; Celebrities; Baking ISBN: 9781607749141 ASIN: B01NAW3RDM Reviewed For NetGalley ...

    I love to bake and eat desserts but this book did not thrill me. there's only a handful of recipes that I was interested in making. ...

    Beautiful images. Touching personal stories and details. Fantastic unique recipes. A must have for any bakers collection!! ...

    For years I had thought Yotam Ottolenghi was a bit overrated (while my friends raved about him), I have flicked through many of his books and was still unconvinced. Sweet is the book that, finally, changed my mind. I love books about baking, and this is a helluva book about baking. ...

    As a big fan of Ottolenghi's other cookbooks I was pretty excited to check this out even though I don't bake or make sweets on the regular. Sure enough, this book, written with pastry chef Helen Goh is full of recipes incorporating middle eastern ingredients like pistachios and figs...

    Thanks to Ten Speed Press and NetGalley for the ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Yotam Ottolenghi has done it again. His approach to food is "abundance, inclusion, and celebration", and the recipes in this book reflect that philosophy. If you are familiar with his ...

    This was innovative! I never knew what to do with Nutella, I just ate it out of the jar. Nutella Ganache sounds wonderful! Can you tell I'm not a great baker?! Well, this pastry book has loads of great recipes using stuff I'd think to use in pastries (tahini, for example!). First one I...

    After reviewing so many cookbooks, I've realized that I look for 3 top specific things to get excited about: layout/design of book, ease of instructions, and new recipes. This book met all three things wonderfully: the photos, and layout of the book made it easy to be drawn in, the rec...

    Loved, loved this book! This was a thoughtful, well-written and inviting commentary from bakers who truly love their craft. Each recipe has it's own unique history and I loved reading through them. I was getting hunger pains just reading and looking at the beautiful images of all o...

    I received this book as a digital advance copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I?ve never read a cookbook by Yotam Ottolenghi, never mind cook from one; however, my sister-in-law?s rave reviews of Plenty almost made me feel like I was leading an incomplete life ...

    This book will be published October 3, 2017. Published by Ten Speed Press. I received a free copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I love Ottolenghi's cookbooks. Beautiful photos, well written instructions. His food is so vibrant, creative and alive. Many of the rec...

    Apparently I need to go back to London. Immediately. I made a pilgrimage to Nopi this summer to enjoy a long dreamed of lunch at an Ottolenghi restaurant. I was not disappointed. I sat at the bar, a solo diner, and watched the bar and restaurant staff serve fabulous meals to a restaura...

    I'm a sucker for a cookbook about sugary treats, so I was like a moth to a flame with this gorgeous book by noted pastry chef Yotam Ottolenghi and his longtime collaborator Helen Goh. From the beginning, its chatty tone drew me in and made me feel like we were old friends who'd been di...

    I sat down and read this cover to cover, and I am really excited about making nearly every.single.thing in the book. I'm not sure what is the magic combination that is working for me. The header notes and informational pages are useful and accessible. The new (to me) information about ...

    This is the last of the Ottolenghi cookbooks that I do not have (until the new one comes out in October) and while I have had a reputation for baking over the years, and I love all things Ottlenghi (even the cocktails. Especially the cocktails), I somehow wasn't ready to get into a who...

    Ottolenghi's cookbooks are always so inspiring and full of delicious-looking photos, but I rarely cook from them. The recipes are long and involved and call for ingredients that can be expensive and hard to find, and it hurts my feelings when I spend a lot of money on special ingredien...

  • Ciara
    Jul 07, 2017

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

    Sweet has been long awaited and finally arrived in my Australian home. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my top favourite chefs and this book he and Helen Goh have created together is a pleasure to read and use. I love how clearly the recipes are written, how beautiful the photographs are and...

    Thank you to Netgalley, Ten Speed Press, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Helen Goh for the chance to read and review this ARC; Are you a self-proclaimed sweet tooth holder? Then, this is the book for you. From the cover to the first pages sumptuous desserts are leaping out off of every pa...

    Frankly, I'd love to just make everything in this book because it all looks delicious. That's not going to happen, but there are at least half a dozen that will be made in the not-too-distant future. I'm thinking this will end up being a four star rating once I have time to cook a few ...

    To be perfectly frank, writing a review for a book by Ottolenghi is perhaps only slightly less like writing a review for a book by Jamie Oliver or Tana French. It's just exceedingly unlikely that I'm going to find any work by any of them to falter much. It's difficult to be even-handed...

    4.5 out of 5 stars. This book is gorgeous from cover to cover. I bake a lot more than I cook, so I'm always looking for new baking books to add to my shelf. I wasn't disappointed in Sweet even a little bit. The book is divided into chapters by the type of dessert, making recipes ...

    Title: Sweet - Desserts from London's Ottolenghi Author: Yotam Ottolenghi Publisher: Ten Speed Press Published: 10-3-2017 Pages: 368 Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine Sub-Genre: Cookbooks; Desserts; Celebrities; Baking ISBN: 9781607749141 ASIN: B01NAW3RDM Reviewed For NetGalley ...

    I love to bake and eat desserts but this book did not thrill me. there's only a handful of recipes that I was interested in making. ...

    Beautiful images. Touching personal stories and details. Fantastic unique recipes. A must have for any bakers collection!! ...

    For years I had thought Yotam Ottolenghi was a bit overrated (while my friends raved about him), I have flicked through many of his books and was still unconvinced. Sweet is the book that, finally, changed my mind. I love books about baking, and this is a helluva book about baking. ...

    As a big fan of Ottolenghi's other cookbooks I was pretty excited to check this out even though I don't bake or make sweets on the regular. Sure enough, this book, written with pastry chef Helen Goh is full of recipes incorporating middle eastern ingredients like pistachios and figs...

    Thanks to Ten Speed Press and NetGalley for the ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Yotam Ottolenghi has done it again. His approach to food is "abundance, inclusion, and celebration", and the recipes in this book reflect that philosophy. If you are familiar with his ...

    This was innovative! I never knew what to do with Nutella, I just ate it out of the jar. Nutella Ganache sounds wonderful! Can you tell I'm not a great baker?! Well, this pastry book has loads of great recipes using stuff I'd think to use in pastries (tahini, for example!). First one I...

    After reviewing so many cookbooks, I've realized that I look for 3 top specific things to get excited about: layout/design of book, ease of instructions, and new recipes. This book met all three things wonderfully: the photos, and layout of the book made it easy to be drawn in, the rec...

    Loved, loved this book! This was a thoughtful, well-written and inviting commentary from bakers who truly love their craft. Each recipe has it's own unique history and I loved reading through them. I was getting hunger pains just reading and looking at the beautiful images of all o...

  • Teawench
    Dec 28, 2017

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

    Sweet has been long awaited and finally arrived in my Australian home. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my top favourite chefs and this book he and Helen Goh have created together is a pleasure to read and use. I love how clearly the recipes are written, how beautiful the photographs are and...

    Thank you to Netgalley, Ten Speed Press, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Helen Goh for the chance to read and review this ARC; Are you a self-proclaimed sweet tooth holder? Then, this is the book for you. From the cover to the first pages sumptuous desserts are leaping out off of every pa...

    Frankly, I'd love to just make everything in this book because it all looks delicious. That's not going to happen, but there are at least half a dozen that will be made in the not-too-distant future. I'm thinking this will end up being a four star rating once I have time to cook a few ...

    To be perfectly frank, writing a review for a book by Ottolenghi is perhaps only slightly less like writing a review for a book by Jamie Oliver or Tana French. It's just exceedingly unlikely that I'm going to find any work by any of them to falter much. It's difficult to be even-handed...

    4.5 out of 5 stars. This book is gorgeous from cover to cover. I bake a lot more than I cook, so I'm always looking for new baking books to add to my shelf. I wasn't disappointed in Sweet even a little bit. The book is divided into chapters by the type of dessert, making recipes ...

    Title: Sweet - Desserts from London's Ottolenghi Author: Yotam Ottolenghi Publisher: Ten Speed Press Published: 10-3-2017 Pages: 368 Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine Sub-Genre: Cookbooks; Desserts; Celebrities; Baking ISBN: 9781607749141 ASIN: B01NAW3RDM Reviewed For NetGalley ...

    I love to bake and eat desserts but this book did not thrill me. there's only a handful of recipes that I was interested in making. ...

  • Andrea (mrsaubergine)
    Oct 18, 2017

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

    Sweet has been long awaited and finally arrived in my Australian home. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my top favourite chefs and this book he and Helen Goh have created together is a pleasure to read and use. I love how clearly the recipes are written, how beautiful the photographs are and...

    Thank you to Netgalley, Ten Speed Press, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Helen Goh for the chance to read and review this ARC; Are you a self-proclaimed sweet tooth holder? Then, this is the book for you. From the cover to the first pages sumptuous desserts are leaping out off of every pa...

    Frankly, I'd love to just make everything in this book because it all looks delicious. That's not going to happen, but there are at least half a dozen that will be made in the not-too-distant future. I'm thinking this will end up being a four star rating once I have time to cook a few ...

    To be perfectly frank, writing a review for a book by Ottolenghi is perhaps only slightly less like writing a review for a book by Jamie Oliver or Tana French. It's just exceedingly unlikely that I'm going to find any work by any of them to falter much. It's difficult to be even-handed...

    4.5 out of 5 stars. This book is gorgeous from cover to cover. I bake a lot more than I cook, so I'm always looking for new baking books to add to my shelf. I wasn't disappointed in Sweet even a little bit. The book is divided into chapters by the type of dessert, making recipes ...

    Title: Sweet - Desserts from London's Ottolenghi Author: Yotam Ottolenghi Publisher: Ten Speed Press Published: 10-3-2017 Pages: 368 Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine Sub-Genre: Cookbooks; Desserts; Celebrities; Baking ISBN: 9781607749141 ASIN: B01NAW3RDM Reviewed For NetGalley ...

    I love to bake and eat desserts but this book did not thrill me. there's only a handful of recipes that I was interested in making. ...

    Beautiful images. Touching personal stories and details. Fantastic unique recipes. A must have for any bakers collection!! ...

    For years I had thought Yotam Ottolenghi was a bit overrated (while my friends raved about him), I have flicked through many of his books and was still unconvinced. Sweet is the book that, finally, changed my mind. I love books about baking, and this is a helluva book about baking. ...

    As a big fan of Ottolenghi's other cookbooks I was pretty excited to check this out even though I don't bake or make sweets on the regular. Sure enough, this book, written with pastry chef Helen Goh is full of recipes incorporating middle eastern ingredients like pistachios and figs...

    Thanks to Ten Speed Press and NetGalley for the ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Yotam Ottolenghi has done it again. His approach to food is "abundance, inclusion, and celebration", and the recipes in this book reflect that philosophy. If you are familiar with his ...

    This was innovative! I never knew what to do with Nutella, I just ate it out of the jar. Nutella Ganache sounds wonderful! Can you tell I'm not a great baker?! Well, this pastry book has loads of great recipes using stuff I'd think to use in pastries (tahini, for example!). First one I...

    After reviewing so many cookbooks, I've realized that I look for 3 top specific things to get excited about: layout/design of book, ease of instructions, and new recipes. This book met all three things wonderfully: the photos, and layout of the book made it easy to be drawn in, the rec...

    Loved, loved this book! This was a thoughtful, well-written and inviting commentary from bakers who truly love their craft. Each recipe has it's own unique history and I loved reading through them. I was getting hunger pains just reading and looking at the beautiful images of all o...

    I received this book as a digital advance copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I?ve never read a cookbook by Yotam Ottolenghi, never mind cook from one; however, my sister-in-law?s rave reviews of Plenty almost made me feel like I was leading an incomplete life ...

    This book will be published October 3, 2017. Published by Ten Speed Press. I received a free copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I love Ottolenghi's cookbooks. Beautiful photos, well written instructions. His food is so vibrant, creative and alive. Many of the rec...

    Apparently I need to go back to London. Immediately. I made a pilgrimage to Nopi this summer to enjoy a long dreamed of lunch at an Ottolenghi restaurant. I was not disappointed. I sat at the bar, a solo diner, and watched the bar and restaurant staff serve fabulous meals to a restaura...

    I'm a sucker for a cookbook about sugary treats, so I was like a moth to a flame with this gorgeous book by noted pastry chef Yotam Ottolenghi and his longtime collaborator Helen Goh. From the beginning, its chatty tone drew me in and made me feel like we were old friends who'd been di...

  • Kristy
    Jul 09, 2018

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

    Sweet has been long awaited and finally arrived in my Australian home. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my top favourite chefs and this book he and Helen Goh have created together is a pleasure to read and use. I love how clearly the recipes are written, how beautiful the photographs are and...

    Thank you to Netgalley, Ten Speed Press, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Helen Goh for the chance to read and review this ARC; Are you a self-proclaimed sweet tooth holder? Then, this is the book for you. From the cover to the first pages sumptuous desserts are leaping out off of every pa...

    Frankly, I'd love to just make everything in this book because it all looks delicious. That's not going to happen, but there are at least half a dozen that will be made in the not-too-distant future. I'm thinking this will end up being a four star rating once I have time to cook a few ...

    To be perfectly frank, writing a review for a book by Ottolenghi is perhaps only slightly less like writing a review for a book by Jamie Oliver or Tana French. It's just exceedingly unlikely that I'm going to find any work by any of them to falter much. It's difficult to be even-handed...

    4.5 out of 5 stars. This book is gorgeous from cover to cover. I bake a lot more than I cook, so I'm always looking for new baking books to add to my shelf. I wasn't disappointed in Sweet even a little bit. The book is divided into chapters by the type of dessert, making recipes ...

    Title: Sweet - Desserts from London's Ottolenghi Author: Yotam Ottolenghi Publisher: Ten Speed Press Published: 10-3-2017 Pages: 368 Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine Sub-Genre: Cookbooks; Desserts; Celebrities; Baking ISBN: 9781607749141 ASIN: B01NAW3RDM Reviewed For NetGalley ...

    I love to bake and eat desserts but this book did not thrill me. there's only a handful of recipes that I was interested in making. ...

    Beautiful images. Touching personal stories and details. Fantastic unique recipes. A must have for any bakers collection!! ...

    For years I had thought Yotam Ottolenghi was a bit overrated (while my friends raved about him), I have flicked through many of his books and was still unconvinced. Sweet is the book that, finally, changed my mind. I love books about baking, and this is a helluva book about baking. ...

    As a big fan of Ottolenghi's other cookbooks I was pretty excited to check this out even though I don't bake or make sweets on the regular. Sure enough, this book, written with pastry chef Helen Goh is full of recipes incorporating middle eastern ingredients like pistachios and figs...

    Thanks to Ten Speed Press and NetGalley for the ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Yotam Ottolenghi has done it again. His approach to food is "abundance, inclusion, and celebration", and the recipes in this book reflect that philosophy. If you are familiar with his ...

    This was innovative! I never knew what to do with Nutella, I just ate it out of the jar. Nutella Ganache sounds wonderful! Can you tell I'm not a great baker?! Well, this pastry book has loads of great recipes using stuff I'd think to use in pastries (tahini, for example!). First one I...

    After reviewing so many cookbooks, I've realized that I look for 3 top specific things to get excited about: layout/design of book, ease of instructions, and new recipes. This book met all three things wonderfully: the photos, and layout of the book made it easy to be drawn in, the rec...

    Loved, loved this book! This was a thoughtful, well-written and inviting commentary from bakers who truly love their craft. Each recipe has it's own unique history and I loved reading through them. I was getting hunger pains just reading and looking at the beautiful images of all o...

    I received this book as a digital advance copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I?ve never read a cookbook by Yotam Ottolenghi, never mind cook from one; however, my sister-in-law?s rave reviews of Plenty almost made me feel like I was leading an incomplete life ...

    This book will be published October 3, 2017. Published by Ten Speed Press. I received a free copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I love Ottolenghi's cookbooks. Beautiful photos, well written instructions. His food is so vibrant, creative and alive. Many of the rec...

    Apparently I need to go back to London. Immediately. I made a pilgrimage to Nopi this summer to enjoy a long dreamed of lunch at an Ottolenghi restaurant. I was not disappointed. I sat at the bar, a solo diner, and watched the bar and restaurant staff serve fabulous meals to a restaura...

    I'm a sucker for a cookbook about sugary treats, so I was like a moth to a flame with this gorgeous book by noted pastry chef Yotam Ottolenghi and his longtime collaborator Helen Goh. From the beginning, its chatty tone drew me in and made me feel like we were old friends who'd been di...

    I sat down and read this cover to cover, and I am really excited about making nearly every.single.thing in the book. I'm not sure what is the magic combination that is working for me. The header notes and informational pages are useful and accessible. The new (to me) information about ...

    This is the last of the Ottolenghi cookbooks that I do not have (until the new one comes out in October) and while I have had a reputation for baking over the years, and I love all things Ottlenghi (even the cocktails. Especially the cocktails), I somehow wasn't ready to get into a who...

    Ottolenghi's cookbooks are always so inspiring and full of delicious-looking photos, but I rarely cook from them. The recipes are long and involved and call for ingredients that can be expensive and hard to find, and it hurts my feelings when I spend a lot of money on special ingredien...

    I went in thinking it was a showcase for fancy Ottolenghi desserts (as restaurant-themed cookbooks tend to be), but came out very pleased. The recipes are surprisingly accessible for an intermediate baker. The text isn't weighed down with dumb memoir filler, and most of the recipes are...

  • Kristine
    Oct 02, 2017

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

    Sweet has been long awaited and finally arrived in my Australian home. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my top favourite chefs and this book he and Helen Goh have created together is a pleasure to read and use. I love how clearly the recipes are written, how beautiful the photographs are and...

    Thank you to Netgalley, Ten Speed Press, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Helen Goh for the chance to read and review this ARC; Are you a self-proclaimed sweet tooth holder? Then, this is the book for you. From the cover to the first pages sumptuous desserts are leaping out off of every pa...

    Frankly, I'd love to just make everything in this book because it all looks delicious. That's not going to happen, but there are at least half a dozen that will be made in the not-too-distant future. I'm thinking this will end up being a four star rating once I have time to cook a few ...

    To be perfectly frank, writing a review for a book by Ottolenghi is perhaps only slightly less like writing a review for a book by Jamie Oliver or Tana French. It's just exceedingly unlikely that I'm going to find any work by any of them to falter much. It's difficult to be even-handed...

    4.5 out of 5 stars. This book is gorgeous from cover to cover. I bake a lot more than I cook, so I'm always looking for new baking books to add to my shelf. I wasn't disappointed in Sweet even a little bit. The book is divided into chapters by the type of dessert, making recipes ...

    Title: Sweet - Desserts from London's Ottolenghi Author: Yotam Ottolenghi Publisher: Ten Speed Press Published: 10-3-2017 Pages: 368 Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine Sub-Genre: Cookbooks; Desserts; Celebrities; Baking ISBN: 9781607749141 ASIN: B01NAW3RDM Reviewed For NetGalley ...

    I love to bake and eat desserts but this book did not thrill me. there's only a handful of recipes that I was interested in making. ...

    Beautiful images. Touching personal stories and details. Fantastic unique recipes. A must have for any bakers collection!! ...

    For years I had thought Yotam Ottolenghi was a bit overrated (while my friends raved about him), I have flicked through many of his books and was still unconvinced. Sweet is the book that, finally, changed my mind. I love books about baking, and this is a helluva book about baking. ...

    As a big fan of Ottolenghi's other cookbooks I was pretty excited to check this out even though I don't bake or make sweets on the regular. Sure enough, this book, written with pastry chef Helen Goh is full of recipes incorporating middle eastern ingredients like pistachios and figs...

    Thanks to Ten Speed Press and NetGalley for the ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Yotam Ottolenghi has done it again. His approach to food is "abundance, inclusion, and celebration", and the recipes in this book reflect that philosophy. If you are familiar with his ...

    This was innovative! I never knew what to do with Nutella, I just ate it out of the jar. Nutella Ganache sounds wonderful! Can you tell I'm not a great baker?! Well, this pastry book has loads of great recipes using stuff I'd think to use in pastries (tahini, for example!). First one I...

    After reviewing so many cookbooks, I've realized that I look for 3 top specific things to get excited about: layout/design of book, ease of instructions, and new recipes. This book met all three things wonderfully: the photos, and layout of the book made it easy to be drawn in, the rec...

    Loved, loved this book! This was a thoughtful, well-written and inviting commentary from bakers who truly love their craft. Each recipe has it's own unique history and I loved reading through them. I was getting hunger pains just reading and looking at the beautiful images of all o...

    I received this book as a digital advance copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I?ve never read a cookbook by Yotam Ottolenghi, never mind cook from one; however, my sister-in-law?s rave reviews of Plenty almost made me feel like I was leading an incomplete life ...

    This book will be published October 3, 2017. Published by Ten Speed Press. I received a free copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I love Ottolenghi's cookbooks. Beautiful photos, well written instructions. His food is so vibrant, creative and alive. Many of the rec...

    Apparently I need to go back to London. Immediately. I made a pilgrimage to Nopi this summer to enjoy a long dreamed of lunch at an Ottolenghi restaurant. I was not disappointed. I sat at the bar, a solo diner, and watched the bar and restaurant staff serve fabulous meals to a restaura...

    I'm a sucker for a cookbook about sugary treats, so I was like a moth to a flame with this gorgeous book by noted pastry chef Yotam Ottolenghi and his longtime collaborator Helen Goh. From the beginning, its chatty tone drew me in and made me feel like we were old friends who'd been di...

    I sat down and read this cover to cover, and I am really excited about making nearly every.single.thing in the book. I'm not sure what is the magic combination that is working for me. The header notes and informational pages are useful and accessible. The new (to me) information about ...

    This is the last of the Ottolenghi cookbooks that I do not have (until the new one comes out in October) and while I have had a reputation for baking over the years, and I love all things Ottlenghi (even the cocktails. Especially the cocktails), I somehow wasn't ready to get into a who...

    Ottolenghi's cookbooks are always so inspiring and full of delicious-looking photos, but I rarely cook from them. The recipes are long and involved and call for ingredients that can be expensive and hard to find, and it hurts my feelings when I spend a lot of money on special ingredien...

    I went in thinking it was a showcase for fancy Ottolenghi desserts (as restaurant-themed cookbooks tend to be), but came out very pleased. The recipes are surprisingly accessible for an intermediate baker. The text isn't weighed down with dumb memoir filler, and most of the recipes are...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi & Helen Goh is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late September. With recipes taken from the author's Ottolenghi bakery in London, this is giant, sweet-tooth behemoth of a book with colorful photographs, insets onto recipes for extra tips and sugges...

  • Lili
    Dec 06, 2017

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

    Sweet has been long awaited and finally arrived in my Australian home. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my top favourite chefs and this book he and Helen Goh have created together is a pleasure to read and use. I love how clearly the recipes are written, how beautiful the photographs are and...

    Thank you to Netgalley, Ten Speed Press, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Helen Goh for the chance to read and review this ARC; Are you a self-proclaimed sweet tooth holder? Then, this is the book for you. From the cover to the first pages sumptuous desserts are leaping out off of every pa...

    Frankly, I'd love to just make everything in this book because it all looks delicious. That's not going to happen, but there are at least half a dozen that will be made in the not-too-distant future. I'm thinking this will end up being a four star rating once I have time to cook a few ...

    To be perfectly frank, writing a review for a book by Ottolenghi is perhaps only slightly less like writing a review for a book by Jamie Oliver or Tana French. It's just exceedingly unlikely that I'm going to find any work by any of them to falter much. It's difficult to be even-handed...

    4.5 out of 5 stars. This book is gorgeous from cover to cover. I bake a lot more than I cook, so I'm always looking for new baking books to add to my shelf. I wasn't disappointed in Sweet even a little bit. The book is divided into chapters by the type of dessert, making recipes ...

    Title: Sweet - Desserts from London's Ottolenghi Author: Yotam Ottolenghi Publisher: Ten Speed Press Published: 10-3-2017 Pages: 368 Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine Sub-Genre: Cookbooks; Desserts; Celebrities; Baking ISBN: 9781607749141 ASIN: B01NAW3RDM Reviewed For NetGalley ...

    I love to bake and eat desserts but this book did not thrill me. there's only a handful of recipes that I was interested in making. ...

    Beautiful images. Touching personal stories and details. Fantastic unique recipes. A must have for any bakers collection!! ...

    For years I had thought Yotam Ottolenghi was a bit overrated (while my friends raved about him), I have flicked through many of his books and was still unconvinced. Sweet is the book that, finally, changed my mind. I love books about baking, and this is a helluva book about baking. ...

    As a big fan of Ottolenghi's other cookbooks I was pretty excited to check this out even though I don't bake or make sweets on the regular. Sure enough, this book, written with pastry chef Helen Goh is full of recipes incorporating middle eastern ingredients like pistachios and figs...

    Thanks to Ten Speed Press and NetGalley for the ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Yotam Ottolenghi has done it again. His approach to food is "abundance, inclusion, and celebration", and the recipes in this book reflect that philosophy. If you are familiar with his ...

    This was innovative! I never knew what to do with Nutella, I just ate it out of the jar. Nutella Ganache sounds wonderful! Can you tell I'm not a great baker?! Well, this pastry book has loads of great recipes using stuff I'd think to use in pastries (tahini, for example!). First one I...

    After reviewing so many cookbooks, I've realized that I look for 3 top specific things to get excited about: layout/design of book, ease of instructions, and new recipes. This book met all three things wonderfully: the photos, and layout of the book made it easy to be drawn in, the rec...

    Loved, loved this book! This was a thoughtful, well-written and inviting commentary from bakers who truly love their craft. Each recipe has it's own unique history and I loved reading through them. I was getting hunger pains just reading and looking at the beautiful images of all o...

    I received this book as a digital advance copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I?ve never read a cookbook by Yotam Ottolenghi, never mind cook from one; however, my sister-in-law?s rave reviews of Plenty almost made me feel like I was leading an incomplete life ...

  • Jillyn
    Sep 27, 2017

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

    Sweet has been long awaited and finally arrived in my Australian home. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my top favourite chefs and this book he and Helen Goh have created together is a pleasure to read and use. I love how clearly the recipes are written, how beautiful the photographs are and...

    Thank you to Netgalley, Ten Speed Press, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Helen Goh for the chance to read and review this ARC; Are you a self-proclaimed sweet tooth holder? Then, this is the book for you. From the cover to the first pages sumptuous desserts are leaping out off of every pa...

    Frankly, I'd love to just make everything in this book because it all looks delicious. That's not going to happen, but there are at least half a dozen that will be made in the not-too-distant future. I'm thinking this will end up being a four star rating once I have time to cook a few ...

    To be perfectly frank, writing a review for a book by Ottolenghi is perhaps only slightly less like writing a review for a book by Jamie Oliver or Tana French. It's just exceedingly unlikely that I'm going to find any work by any of them to falter much. It's difficult to be even-handed...

    4.5 out of 5 stars. This book is gorgeous from cover to cover. I bake a lot more than I cook, so I'm always looking for new baking books to add to my shelf. I wasn't disappointed in Sweet even a little bit. The book is divided into chapters by the type of dessert, making recipes ...

  • Catherine Woodman
    Jul 31, 2018

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

    Sweet has been long awaited and finally arrived in my Australian home. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my top favourite chefs and this book he and Helen Goh have created together is a pleasure to read and use. I love how clearly the recipes are written, how beautiful the photographs are and...

    Thank you to Netgalley, Ten Speed Press, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Helen Goh for the chance to read and review this ARC; Are you a self-proclaimed sweet tooth holder? Then, this is the book for you. From the cover to the first pages sumptuous desserts are leaping out off of every pa...

    Frankly, I'd love to just make everything in this book because it all looks delicious. That's not going to happen, but there are at least half a dozen that will be made in the not-too-distant future. I'm thinking this will end up being a four star rating once I have time to cook a few ...

    To be perfectly frank, writing a review for a book by Ottolenghi is perhaps only slightly less like writing a review for a book by Jamie Oliver or Tana French. It's just exceedingly unlikely that I'm going to find any work by any of them to falter much. It's difficult to be even-handed...

    4.5 out of 5 stars. This book is gorgeous from cover to cover. I bake a lot more than I cook, so I'm always looking for new baking books to add to my shelf. I wasn't disappointed in Sweet even a little bit. The book is divided into chapters by the type of dessert, making recipes ...

    Title: Sweet - Desserts from London's Ottolenghi Author: Yotam Ottolenghi Publisher: Ten Speed Press Published: 10-3-2017 Pages: 368 Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine Sub-Genre: Cookbooks; Desserts; Celebrities; Baking ISBN: 9781607749141 ASIN: B01NAW3RDM Reviewed For NetGalley ...

    I love to bake and eat desserts but this book did not thrill me. there's only a handful of recipes that I was interested in making. ...

    Beautiful images. Touching personal stories and details. Fantastic unique recipes. A must have for any bakers collection!! ...

    For years I had thought Yotam Ottolenghi was a bit overrated (while my friends raved about him), I have flicked through many of his books and was still unconvinced. Sweet is the book that, finally, changed my mind. I love books about baking, and this is a helluva book about baking. ...

    As a big fan of Ottolenghi's other cookbooks I was pretty excited to check this out even though I don't bake or make sweets on the regular. Sure enough, this book, written with pastry chef Helen Goh is full of recipes incorporating middle eastern ingredients like pistachios and figs...

    Thanks to Ten Speed Press and NetGalley for the ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Yotam Ottolenghi has done it again. His approach to food is "abundance, inclusion, and celebration", and the recipes in this book reflect that philosophy. If you are familiar with his ...

    This was innovative! I never knew what to do with Nutella, I just ate it out of the jar. Nutella Ganache sounds wonderful! Can you tell I'm not a great baker?! Well, this pastry book has loads of great recipes using stuff I'd think to use in pastries (tahini, for example!). First one I...

    After reviewing so many cookbooks, I've realized that I look for 3 top specific things to get excited about: layout/design of book, ease of instructions, and new recipes. This book met all three things wonderfully: the photos, and layout of the book made it easy to be drawn in, the rec...

    Loved, loved this book! This was a thoughtful, well-written and inviting commentary from bakers who truly love their craft. Each recipe has it's own unique history and I loved reading through them. I was getting hunger pains just reading and looking at the beautiful images of all o...

    I received this book as a digital advance copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I?ve never read a cookbook by Yotam Ottolenghi, never mind cook from one; however, my sister-in-law?s rave reviews of Plenty almost made me feel like I was leading an incomplete life ...

    This book will be published October 3, 2017. Published by Ten Speed Press. I received a free copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I love Ottolenghi's cookbooks. Beautiful photos, well written instructions. His food is so vibrant, creative and alive. Many of the rec...

    Apparently I need to go back to London. Immediately. I made a pilgrimage to Nopi this summer to enjoy a long dreamed of lunch at an Ottolenghi restaurant. I was not disappointed. I sat at the bar, a solo diner, and watched the bar and restaurant staff serve fabulous meals to a restaura...

    I'm a sucker for a cookbook about sugary treats, so I was like a moth to a flame with this gorgeous book by noted pastry chef Yotam Ottolenghi and his longtime collaborator Helen Goh. From the beginning, its chatty tone drew me in and made me feel like we were old friends who'd been di...

    I sat down and read this cover to cover, and I am really excited about making nearly every.single.thing in the book. I'm not sure what is the magic combination that is working for me. The header notes and informational pages are useful and accessible. The new (to me) information about ...

    This is the last of the Ottolenghi cookbooks that I do not have (until the new one comes out in October) and while I have had a reputation for baking over the years, and I love all things Ottlenghi (even the cocktails. Especially the cocktails), I somehow wasn't ready to get into a who...

  • Anneke
    May 29, 2017

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

    Sweet has been long awaited and finally arrived in my Australian home. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my top favourite chefs and this book he and Helen Goh have created together is a pleasure to read and use. I love how clearly the recipes are written, how beautiful the photographs are and...

    Thank you to Netgalley, Ten Speed Press, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Helen Goh for the chance to read and review this ARC; Are you a self-proclaimed sweet tooth holder? Then, this is the book for you. From the cover to the first pages sumptuous desserts are leaping out off of every pa...

    Frankly, I'd love to just make everything in this book because it all looks delicious. That's not going to happen, but there are at least half a dozen that will be made in the not-too-distant future. I'm thinking this will end up being a four star rating once I have time to cook a few ...

    To be perfectly frank, writing a review for a book by Ottolenghi is perhaps only slightly less like writing a review for a book by Jamie Oliver or Tana French. It's just exceedingly unlikely that I'm going to find any work by any of them to falter much. It's difficult to be even-handed...

    4.5 out of 5 stars. This book is gorgeous from cover to cover. I bake a lot more than I cook, so I'm always looking for new baking books to add to my shelf. I wasn't disappointed in Sweet even a little bit. The book is divided into chapters by the type of dessert, making recipes ...

    Title: Sweet - Desserts from London's Ottolenghi Author: Yotam Ottolenghi Publisher: Ten Speed Press Published: 10-3-2017 Pages: 368 Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine Sub-Genre: Cookbooks; Desserts; Celebrities; Baking ISBN: 9781607749141 ASIN: B01NAW3RDM Reviewed For NetGalley ...

    I love to bake and eat desserts but this book did not thrill me. there's only a handful of recipes that I was interested in making. ...

    Beautiful images. Touching personal stories and details. Fantastic unique recipes. A must have for any bakers collection!! ...

    For years I had thought Yotam Ottolenghi was a bit overrated (while my friends raved about him), I have flicked through many of his books and was still unconvinced. Sweet is the book that, finally, changed my mind. I love books about baking, and this is a helluva book about baking. ...

    As a big fan of Ottolenghi's other cookbooks I was pretty excited to check this out even though I don't bake or make sweets on the regular. Sure enough, this book, written with pastry chef Helen Goh is full of recipes incorporating middle eastern ingredients like pistachios and figs...

    Thanks to Ten Speed Press and NetGalley for the ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Yotam Ottolenghi has done it again. His approach to food is "abundance, inclusion, and celebration", and the recipes in this book reflect that philosophy. If you are familiar with his ...

    This was innovative! I never knew what to do with Nutella, I just ate it out of the jar. Nutella Ganache sounds wonderful! Can you tell I'm not a great baker?! Well, this pastry book has loads of great recipes using stuff I'd think to use in pastries (tahini, for example!). First one I...

    After reviewing so many cookbooks, I've realized that I look for 3 top specific things to get excited about: layout/design of book, ease of instructions, and new recipes. This book met all three things wonderfully: the photos, and layout of the book made it easy to be drawn in, the rec...

    Loved, loved this book! This was a thoughtful, well-written and inviting commentary from bakers who truly love their craft. Each recipe has it's own unique history and I loved reading through them. I was getting hunger pains just reading and looking at the beautiful images of all o...

    I received this book as a digital advance copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I?ve never read a cookbook by Yotam Ottolenghi, never mind cook from one; however, my sister-in-law?s rave reviews of Plenty almost made me feel like I was leading an incomplete life ...

    This book will be published October 3, 2017. Published by Ten Speed Press. I received a free copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I love Ottolenghi's cookbooks. Beautiful photos, well written instructions. His food is so vibrant, creative and alive. Many of the rec...

  • Amy Heap
    Jun 13, 2018

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

    Sweet has been long awaited and finally arrived in my Australian home. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my top favourite chefs and this book he and Helen Goh have created together is a pleasure to read and use. I love how clearly the recipes are written, how beautiful the photographs are and...

    Thank you to Netgalley, Ten Speed Press, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Helen Goh for the chance to read and review this ARC; Are you a self-proclaimed sweet tooth holder? Then, this is the book for you. From the cover to the first pages sumptuous desserts are leaping out off of every pa...

    Frankly, I'd love to just make everything in this book because it all looks delicious. That's not going to happen, but there are at least half a dozen that will be made in the not-too-distant future. I'm thinking this will end up being a four star rating once I have time to cook a few ...

    To be perfectly frank, writing a review for a book by Ottolenghi is perhaps only slightly less like writing a review for a book by Jamie Oliver or Tana French. It's just exceedingly unlikely that I'm going to find any work by any of them to falter much. It's difficult to be even-handed...

    4.5 out of 5 stars. This book is gorgeous from cover to cover. I bake a lot more than I cook, so I'm always looking for new baking books to add to my shelf. I wasn't disappointed in Sweet even a little bit. The book is divided into chapters by the type of dessert, making recipes ...

    Title: Sweet - Desserts from London's Ottolenghi Author: Yotam Ottolenghi Publisher: Ten Speed Press Published: 10-3-2017 Pages: 368 Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine Sub-Genre: Cookbooks; Desserts; Celebrities; Baking ISBN: 9781607749141 ASIN: B01NAW3RDM Reviewed For NetGalley ...

    I love to bake and eat desserts but this book did not thrill me. there's only a handful of recipes that I was interested in making. ...

    Beautiful images. Touching personal stories and details. Fantastic unique recipes. A must have for any bakers collection!! ...

    For years I had thought Yotam Ottolenghi was a bit overrated (while my friends raved about him), I have flicked through many of his books and was still unconvinced. Sweet is the book that, finally, changed my mind. I love books about baking, and this is a helluva book about baking. ...

    As a big fan of Ottolenghi's other cookbooks I was pretty excited to check this out even though I don't bake or make sweets on the regular. Sure enough, this book, written with pastry chef Helen Goh is full of recipes incorporating middle eastern ingredients like pistachios and figs...

    Thanks to Ten Speed Press and NetGalley for the ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Yotam Ottolenghi has done it again. His approach to food is "abundance, inclusion, and celebration", and the recipes in this book reflect that philosophy. If you are familiar with his ...

    This was innovative! I never knew what to do with Nutella, I just ate it out of the jar. Nutella Ganache sounds wonderful! Can you tell I'm not a great baker?! Well, this pastry book has loads of great recipes using stuff I'd think to use in pastries (tahini, for example!). First one I...

    After reviewing so many cookbooks, I've realized that I look for 3 top specific things to get excited about: layout/design of book, ease of instructions, and new recipes. This book met all three things wonderfully: the photos, and layout of the book made it easy to be drawn in, the rec...

    Loved, loved this book! This was a thoughtful, well-written and inviting commentary from bakers who truly love their craft. Each recipe has it's own unique history and I loved reading through them. I was getting hunger pains just reading and looking at the beautiful images of all o...

    I received this book as a digital advance copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I?ve never read a cookbook by Yotam Ottolenghi, never mind cook from one; however, my sister-in-law?s rave reviews of Plenty almost made me feel like I was leading an incomplete life ...

    This book will be published October 3, 2017. Published by Ten Speed Press. I received a free copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I love Ottolenghi's cookbooks. Beautiful photos, well written instructions. His food is so vibrant, creative and alive. Many of the rec...

    Apparently I need to go back to London. Immediately. I made a pilgrimage to Nopi this summer to enjoy a long dreamed of lunch at an Ottolenghi restaurant. I was not disappointed. I sat at the bar, a solo diner, and watched the bar and restaurant staff serve fabulous meals to a restaura...

    I'm a sucker for a cookbook about sugary treats, so I was like a moth to a flame with this gorgeous book by noted pastry chef Yotam Ottolenghi and his longtime collaborator Helen Goh. From the beginning, its chatty tone drew me in and made me feel like we were old friends who'd been di...

    I sat down and read this cover to cover, and I am really excited about making nearly every.single.thing in the book. I'm not sure what is the magic combination that is working for me. The header notes and informational pages are useful and accessible. The new (to me) information about ...

    This is the last of the Ottolenghi cookbooks that I do not have (until the new one comes out in October) and while I have had a reputation for baking over the years, and I love all things Ottlenghi (even the cocktails. Especially the cocktails), I somehow wasn't ready to get into a who...

    Ottolenghi's cookbooks are always so inspiring and full of delicious-looking photos, but I rarely cook from them. The recipes are long and involved and call for ingredients that can be expensive and hard to find, and it hurts my feelings when I spend a lot of money on special ingredien...

    I went in thinking it was a showcase for fancy Ottolenghi desserts (as restaurant-themed cookbooks tend to be), but came out very pleased. The recipes are surprisingly accessible for an intermediate baker. The text isn't weighed down with dumb memoir filler, and most of the recipes are...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi & Helen Goh is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late September. With recipes taken from the author's Ottolenghi bakery in London, this is giant, sweet-tooth behemoth of a book with colorful photographs, insets onto recipes for extra tips and sugges...

    This is a really beautiful book; gorgeous photography, lovely stories to go with the recipes. There are some showstopping recipes, definitely at the fancier end of the scale, but there are some simple ones as well. The great thing about borrowing cookbooks from the library, is that you...

  • Olivia (The Candid Cover)
    Sep 30, 2017

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

  • DelAnne Frazee
    Aug 06, 2017

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

    Sweet has been long awaited and finally arrived in my Australian home. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my top favourite chefs and this book he and Helen Goh have created together is a pleasure to read and use. I love how clearly the recipes are written, how beautiful the photographs are and...

    Thank you to Netgalley, Ten Speed Press, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Helen Goh for the chance to read and review this ARC; Are you a self-proclaimed sweet tooth holder? Then, this is the book for you. From the cover to the first pages sumptuous desserts are leaping out off of every pa...

    Frankly, I'd love to just make everything in this book because it all looks delicious. That's not going to happen, but there are at least half a dozen that will be made in the not-too-distant future. I'm thinking this will end up being a four star rating once I have time to cook a few ...

    To be perfectly frank, writing a review for a book by Ottolenghi is perhaps only slightly less like writing a review for a book by Jamie Oliver or Tana French. It's just exceedingly unlikely that I'm going to find any work by any of them to falter much. It's difficult to be even-handed...

    4.5 out of 5 stars. This book is gorgeous from cover to cover. I bake a lot more than I cook, so I'm always looking for new baking books to add to my shelf. I wasn't disappointed in Sweet even a little bit. The book is divided into chapters by the type of dessert, making recipes ...

    Title: Sweet - Desserts from London's Ottolenghi Author: Yotam Ottolenghi Publisher: Ten Speed Press Published: 10-3-2017 Pages: 368 Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine Sub-Genre: Cookbooks; Desserts; Celebrities; Baking ISBN: 9781607749141 ASIN: B01NAW3RDM Reviewed For NetGalley ...

  • Katie N
    Aug 18, 2017

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

  • Yaaresse
    Jul 05, 2018

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

    Sweet has been long awaited and finally arrived in my Australian home. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my top favourite chefs and this book he and Helen Goh have created together is a pleasure to read and use. I love how clearly the recipes are written, how beautiful the photographs are and...

    Thank you to Netgalley, Ten Speed Press, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Helen Goh for the chance to read and review this ARC; Are you a self-proclaimed sweet tooth holder? Then, this is the book for you. From the cover to the first pages sumptuous desserts are leaping out off of every pa...

    Frankly, I'd love to just make everything in this book because it all looks delicious. That's not going to happen, but there are at least half a dozen that will be made in the not-too-distant future. I'm thinking this will end up being a four star rating once I have time to cook a few ...

  • roxi Net
    Jul 18, 2017

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

    Sweet has been long awaited and finally arrived in my Australian home. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my top favourite chefs and this book he and Helen Goh have created together is a pleasure to read and use. I love how clearly the recipes are written, how beautiful the photographs are and...

    Thank you to Netgalley, Ten Speed Press, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Helen Goh for the chance to read and review this ARC; Are you a self-proclaimed sweet tooth holder? Then, this is the book for you. From the cover to the first pages sumptuous desserts are leaping out off of every pa...

    Frankly, I'd love to just make everything in this book because it all looks delicious. That's not going to happen, but there are at least half a dozen that will be made in the not-too-distant future. I'm thinking this will end up being a four star rating once I have time to cook a few ...

    To be perfectly frank, writing a review for a book by Ottolenghi is perhaps only slightly less like writing a review for a book by Jamie Oliver or Tana French. It's just exceedingly unlikely that I'm going to find any work by any of them to falter much. It's difficult to be even-handed...

    4.5 out of 5 stars. This book is gorgeous from cover to cover. I bake a lot more than I cook, so I'm always looking for new baking books to add to my shelf. I wasn't disappointed in Sweet even a little bit. The book is divided into chapters by the type of dessert, making recipes ...

    Title: Sweet - Desserts from London's Ottolenghi Author: Yotam Ottolenghi Publisher: Ten Speed Press Published: 10-3-2017 Pages: 368 Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine Sub-Genre: Cookbooks; Desserts; Celebrities; Baking ISBN: 9781607749141 ASIN: B01NAW3RDM Reviewed For NetGalley ...

    I love to bake and eat desserts but this book did not thrill me. there's only a handful of recipes that I was interested in making. ...

    Beautiful images. Touching personal stories and details. Fantastic unique recipes. A must have for any bakers collection!! ...

    For years I had thought Yotam Ottolenghi was a bit overrated (while my friends raved about him), I have flicked through many of his books and was still unconvinced. Sweet is the book that, finally, changed my mind. I love books about baking, and this is a helluva book about baking. ...

    As a big fan of Ottolenghi's other cookbooks I was pretty excited to check this out even though I don't bake or make sweets on the regular. Sure enough, this book, written with pastry chef Helen Goh is full of recipes incorporating middle eastern ingredients like pistachios and figs...

    Thanks to Ten Speed Press and NetGalley for the ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Yotam Ottolenghi has done it again. His approach to food is "abundance, inclusion, and celebration", and the recipes in this book reflect that philosophy. If you are familiar with his ...

    This was innovative! I never knew what to do with Nutella, I just ate it out of the jar. Nutella Ganache sounds wonderful! Can you tell I'm not a great baker?! Well, this pastry book has loads of great recipes using stuff I'd think to use in pastries (tahini, for example!). First one I...

    After reviewing so many cookbooks, I've realized that I look for 3 top specific things to get excited about: layout/design of book, ease of instructions, and new recipes. This book met all three things wonderfully: the photos, and layout of the book made it easy to be drawn in, the rec...

  • Leith Devine
    May 24, 2017

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

    Sweet has been long awaited and finally arrived in my Australian home. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my top favourite chefs and this book he and Helen Goh have created together is a pleasure to read and use. I love how clearly the recipes are written, how beautiful the photographs are and...

    Thank you to Netgalley, Ten Speed Press, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Helen Goh for the chance to read and review this ARC; Are you a self-proclaimed sweet tooth holder? Then, this is the book for you. From the cover to the first pages sumptuous desserts are leaping out off of every pa...

    Frankly, I'd love to just make everything in this book because it all looks delicious. That's not going to happen, but there are at least half a dozen that will be made in the not-too-distant future. I'm thinking this will end up being a four star rating once I have time to cook a few ...

    To be perfectly frank, writing a review for a book by Ottolenghi is perhaps only slightly less like writing a review for a book by Jamie Oliver or Tana French. It's just exceedingly unlikely that I'm going to find any work by any of them to falter much. It's difficult to be even-handed...

    4.5 out of 5 stars. This book is gorgeous from cover to cover. I bake a lot more than I cook, so I'm always looking for new baking books to add to my shelf. I wasn't disappointed in Sweet even a little bit. The book is divided into chapters by the type of dessert, making recipes ...

    Title: Sweet - Desserts from London's Ottolenghi Author: Yotam Ottolenghi Publisher: Ten Speed Press Published: 10-3-2017 Pages: 368 Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine Sub-Genre: Cookbooks; Desserts; Celebrities; Baking ISBN: 9781607749141 ASIN: B01NAW3RDM Reviewed For NetGalley ...

    I love to bake and eat desserts but this book did not thrill me. there's only a handful of recipes that I was interested in making. ...

    Beautiful images. Touching personal stories and details. Fantastic unique recipes. A must have for any bakers collection!! ...

    For years I had thought Yotam Ottolenghi was a bit overrated (while my friends raved about him), I have flicked through many of his books and was still unconvinced. Sweet is the book that, finally, changed my mind. I love books about baking, and this is a helluva book about baking. ...

    As a big fan of Ottolenghi's other cookbooks I was pretty excited to check this out even though I don't bake or make sweets on the regular. Sure enough, this book, written with pastry chef Helen Goh is full of recipes incorporating middle eastern ingredients like pistachios and figs...

    Thanks to Ten Speed Press and NetGalley for the ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Yotam Ottolenghi has done it again. His approach to food is "abundance, inclusion, and celebration", and the recipes in this book reflect that philosophy. If you are familiar with his ...

  • Melissa Dee
    Oct 01, 2017

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

    Sweet has been long awaited and finally arrived in my Australian home. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my top favourite chefs and this book he and Helen Goh have created together is a pleasure to read and use. I love how clearly the recipes are written, how beautiful the photographs are and...

    Thank you to Netgalley, Ten Speed Press, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Helen Goh for the chance to read and review this ARC; Are you a self-proclaimed sweet tooth holder? Then, this is the book for you. From the cover to the first pages sumptuous desserts are leaping out off of every pa...

    Frankly, I'd love to just make everything in this book because it all looks delicious. That's not going to happen, but there are at least half a dozen that will be made in the not-too-distant future. I'm thinking this will end up being a four star rating once I have time to cook a few ...

    To be perfectly frank, writing a review for a book by Ottolenghi is perhaps only slightly less like writing a review for a book by Jamie Oliver or Tana French. It's just exceedingly unlikely that I'm going to find any work by any of them to falter much. It's difficult to be even-handed...

    4.5 out of 5 stars. This book is gorgeous from cover to cover. I bake a lot more than I cook, so I'm always looking for new baking books to add to my shelf. I wasn't disappointed in Sweet even a little bit. The book is divided into chapters by the type of dessert, making recipes ...

    Title: Sweet - Desserts from London's Ottolenghi Author: Yotam Ottolenghi Publisher: Ten Speed Press Published: 10-3-2017 Pages: 368 Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine Sub-Genre: Cookbooks; Desserts; Celebrities; Baking ISBN: 9781607749141 ASIN: B01NAW3RDM Reviewed For NetGalley ...

    I love to bake and eat desserts but this book did not thrill me. there's only a handful of recipes that I was interested in making. ...

    Beautiful images. Touching personal stories and details. Fantastic unique recipes. A must have for any bakers collection!! ...

    For years I had thought Yotam Ottolenghi was a bit overrated (while my friends raved about him), I have flicked through many of his books and was still unconvinced. Sweet is the book that, finally, changed my mind. I love books about baking, and this is a helluva book about baking. ...

    As a big fan of Ottolenghi's other cookbooks I was pretty excited to check this out even though I don't bake or make sweets on the regular. Sure enough, this book, written with pastry chef Helen Goh is full of recipes incorporating middle eastern ingredients like pistachios and figs...

    Thanks to Ten Speed Press and NetGalley for the ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Yotam Ottolenghi has done it again. His approach to food is "abundance, inclusion, and celebration", and the recipes in this book reflect that philosophy. If you are familiar with his ...

    This was innovative! I never knew what to do with Nutella, I just ate it out of the jar. Nutella Ganache sounds wonderful! Can you tell I'm not a great baker?! Well, this pastry book has loads of great recipes using stuff I'd think to use in pastries (tahini, for example!). First one I...

    After reviewing so many cookbooks, I've realized that I look for 3 top specific things to get excited about: layout/design of book, ease of instructions, and new recipes. This book met all three things wonderfully: the photos, and layout of the book made it easy to be drawn in, the rec...

    Loved, loved this book! This was a thoughtful, well-written and inviting commentary from bakers who truly love their craft. Each recipe has it's own unique history and I loved reading through them. I was getting hunger pains just reading and looking at the beautiful images of all o...

    I received this book as a digital advance copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I?ve never read a cookbook by Yotam Ottolenghi, never mind cook from one; however, my sister-in-law?s rave reviews of Plenty almost made me feel like I was leading an incomplete life ...

    This book will be published October 3, 2017. Published by Ten Speed Press. I received a free copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I love Ottolenghi's cookbooks. Beautiful photos, well written instructions. His food is so vibrant, creative and alive. Many of the rec...

    Apparently I need to go back to London. Immediately. I made a pilgrimage to Nopi this summer to enjoy a long dreamed of lunch at an Ottolenghi restaurant. I was not disappointed. I sat at the bar, a solo diner, and watched the bar and restaurant staff serve fabulous meals to a restaura...

  • Hilary
    Sep 04, 2017

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

    Sweet has been long awaited and finally arrived in my Australian home. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my top favourite chefs and this book he and Helen Goh have created together is a pleasure to read and use. I love how clearly the recipes are written, how beautiful the photographs are and...

  • Carol
    Jul 10, 2017

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

  • Andrea
    Aug 14, 2017

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

  • Karen
    Jan 12, 2018

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

    Sweet has been long awaited and finally arrived in my Australian home. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my top favourite chefs and this book he and Helen Goh have created together is a pleasure to read and use. I love how clearly the recipes are written, how beautiful the photographs are and...

    Thank you to Netgalley, Ten Speed Press, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Helen Goh for the chance to read and review this ARC; Are you a self-proclaimed sweet tooth holder? Then, this is the book for you. From the cover to the first pages sumptuous desserts are leaping out off of every pa...

    Frankly, I'd love to just make everything in this book because it all looks delicious. That's not going to happen, but there are at least half a dozen that will be made in the not-too-distant future. I'm thinking this will end up being a four star rating once I have time to cook a few ...

    To be perfectly frank, writing a review for a book by Ottolenghi is perhaps only slightly less like writing a review for a book by Jamie Oliver or Tana French. It's just exceedingly unlikely that I'm going to find any work by any of them to falter much. It's difficult to be even-handed...

    4.5 out of 5 stars. This book is gorgeous from cover to cover. I bake a lot more than I cook, so I'm always looking for new baking books to add to my shelf. I wasn't disappointed in Sweet even a little bit. The book is divided into chapters by the type of dessert, making recipes ...

    Title: Sweet - Desserts from London's Ottolenghi Author: Yotam Ottolenghi Publisher: Ten Speed Press Published: 10-3-2017 Pages: 368 Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine Sub-Genre: Cookbooks; Desserts; Celebrities; Baking ISBN: 9781607749141 ASIN: B01NAW3RDM Reviewed For NetGalley ...

    I love to bake and eat desserts but this book did not thrill me. there's only a handful of recipes that I was interested in making. ...

    Beautiful images. Touching personal stories and details. Fantastic unique recipes. A must have for any bakers collection!! ...

    For years I had thought Yotam Ottolenghi was a bit overrated (while my friends raved about him), I have flicked through many of his books and was still unconvinced. Sweet is the book that, finally, changed my mind. I love books about baking, and this is a helluva book about baking. ...

  • Ella (Элла)
    Jan 05, 2018

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

  • Andrea
    Oct 13, 2017

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

    Sweet has been long awaited and finally arrived in my Australian home. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my top favourite chefs and this book he and Helen Goh have created together is a pleasure to read and use. I love how clearly the recipes are written, how beautiful the photographs are and...

    Thank you to Netgalley, Ten Speed Press, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Helen Goh for the chance to read and review this ARC; Are you a self-proclaimed sweet tooth holder? Then, this is the book for you. From the cover to the first pages sumptuous desserts are leaping out off of every pa...

    Frankly, I'd love to just make everything in this book because it all looks delicious. That's not going to happen, but there are at least half a dozen that will be made in the not-too-distant future. I'm thinking this will end up being a four star rating once I have time to cook a few ...

    To be perfectly frank, writing a review for a book by Ottolenghi is perhaps only slightly less like writing a review for a book by Jamie Oliver or Tana French. It's just exceedingly unlikely that I'm going to find any work by any of them to falter much. It's difficult to be even-handed...

    4.5 out of 5 stars. This book is gorgeous from cover to cover. I bake a lot more than I cook, so I'm always looking for new baking books to add to my shelf. I wasn't disappointed in Sweet even a little bit. The book is divided into chapters by the type of dessert, making recipes ...

    Title: Sweet - Desserts from London's Ottolenghi Author: Yotam Ottolenghi Publisher: Ten Speed Press Published: 10-3-2017 Pages: 368 Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine Sub-Genre: Cookbooks; Desserts; Celebrities; Baking ISBN: 9781607749141 ASIN: B01NAW3RDM Reviewed For NetGalley ...

    I love to bake and eat desserts but this book did not thrill me. there's only a handful of recipes that I was interested in making. ...

    Beautiful images. Touching personal stories and details. Fantastic unique recipes. A must have for any bakers collection!! ...

    For years I had thought Yotam Ottolenghi was a bit overrated (while my friends raved about him), I have flicked through many of his books and was still unconvinced. Sweet is the book that, finally, changed my mind. I love books about baking, and this is a helluva book about baking. ...

    As a big fan of Ottolenghi's other cookbooks I was pretty excited to check this out even though I don't bake or make sweets on the regular. Sure enough, this book, written with pastry chef Helen Goh is full of recipes incorporating middle eastern ingredients like pistachios and figs...

    Thanks to Ten Speed Press and NetGalley for the ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Yotam Ottolenghi has done it again. His approach to food is "abundance, inclusion, and celebration", and the recipes in this book reflect that philosophy. If you are familiar with his ...

    This was innovative! I never knew what to do with Nutella, I just ate it out of the jar. Nutella Ganache sounds wonderful! Can you tell I'm not a great baker?! Well, this pastry book has loads of great recipes using stuff I'd think to use in pastries (tahini, for example!). First one I...

    After reviewing so many cookbooks, I've realized that I look for 3 top specific things to get excited about: layout/design of book, ease of instructions, and new recipes. This book met all three things wonderfully: the photos, and layout of the book made it easy to be drawn in, the rec...

    Loved, loved this book! This was a thoughtful, well-written and inviting commentary from bakers who truly love their craft. Each recipe has it's own unique history and I loved reading through them. I was getting hunger pains just reading and looking at the beautiful images of all o...

    I received this book as a digital advance copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I?ve never read a cookbook by Yotam Ottolenghi, never mind cook from one; however, my sister-in-law?s rave reviews of Plenty almost made me feel like I was leading an incomplete life ...

    This book will be published October 3, 2017. Published by Ten Speed Press. I received a free copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I love Ottolenghi's cookbooks. Beautiful photos, well written instructions. His food is so vibrant, creative and alive. Many of the rec...

    Apparently I need to go back to London. Immediately. I made a pilgrimage to Nopi this summer to enjoy a long dreamed of lunch at an Ottolenghi restaurant. I was not disappointed. I sat at the bar, a solo diner, and watched the bar and restaurant staff serve fabulous meals to a restaura...

    I'm a sucker for a cookbook about sugary treats, so I was like a moth to a flame with this gorgeous book by noted pastry chef Yotam Ottolenghi and his longtime collaborator Helen Goh. From the beginning, its chatty tone drew me in and made me feel like we were old friends who'd been di...

    I sat down and read this cover to cover, and I am really excited about making nearly every.single.thing in the book. I'm not sure what is the magic combination that is working for me. The header notes and informational pages are useful and accessible. The new (to me) information about ...

  • Victoria Peipert
    Sep 04, 2017

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

    Sweet has been long awaited and finally arrived in my Australian home. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my top favourite chefs and this book he and Helen Goh have created together is a pleasure to read and use. I love how clearly the recipes are written, how beautiful the photographs are and...

    Thank you to Netgalley, Ten Speed Press, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Helen Goh for the chance to read and review this ARC; Are you a self-proclaimed sweet tooth holder? Then, this is the book for you. From the cover to the first pages sumptuous desserts are leaping out off of every pa...

    Frankly, I'd love to just make everything in this book because it all looks delicious. That's not going to happen, but there are at least half a dozen that will be made in the not-too-distant future. I'm thinking this will end up being a four star rating once I have time to cook a few ...

    To be perfectly frank, writing a review for a book by Ottolenghi is perhaps only slightly less like writing a review for a book by Jamie Oliver or Tana French. It's just exceedingly unlikely that I'm going to find any work by any of them to falter much. It's difficult to be even-handed...

    4.5 out of 5 stars. This book is gorgeous from cover to cover. I bake a lot more than I cook, so I'm always looking for new baking books to add to my shelf. I wasn't disappointed in Sweet even a little bit. The book is divided into chapters by the type of dessert, making recipes ...

    Title: Sweet - Desserts from London's Ottolenghi Author: Yotam Ottolenghi Publisher: Ten Speed Press Published: 10-3-2017 Pages: 368 Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine Sub-Genre: Cookbooks; Desserts; Celebrities; Baking ISBN: 9781607749141 ASIN: B01NAW3RDM Reviewed For NetGalley ...

    I love to bake and eat desserts but this book did not thrill me. there's only a handful of recipes that I was interested in making. ...

    Beautiful images. Touching personal stories and details. Fantastic unique recipes. A must have for any bakers collection!! ...

  • Cat
    Jul 14, 2017

    5+++++ stars. Loved this book so much that I have already preordered my hardcover version and thank you very much netgalley and Ten Speed Press for the ARC and the opportunity to review. My eyes are glazed over and I am drooling at the mouth. Very impressive selection of Sweets. Loved...

    I have never had the pleasure of visiting an Ottolenghi restaurant, however it is definitely one thing on my travel to-do list. When I saw this recipe book was available for request, I was instantly excited to give it a try. The images are stunning, the layout is simple, and the instru...

    Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi is straight up, chock-full of innovative and delicious food combinations that I would like to Accio straight into my mouth. Ottolenghi cookbooks never fail to disappoint and this one just follows suit. It is full of sweet, yummy, wonderful (insert your adjecti...

    Already a fan of Ottolenghi and having recently been to Ottolenghi in Islington, London and sampled some of their exquisite, heavenly sugary treats, I was chomping at the bit to get my hands on this book to replica some of my favourites. Drooling with anticipation, I started to flick t...

    By now you probably know how I feel about Ottolenghi. But... I was skeptical about a dessert cookbook. I was absolutely wrong to be skeptical. The feel of a classic Ottolenghi savory recipe is maintained in these sweet treats, which highlight beautiful fruits, simple elegance, and deli...

    My motto is: ?Life is short, eat dessert first?.... & this book does not disappoint! Love the pictures!!!! ...

    Sweet has been long awaited and finally arrived in my Australian home. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of my top favourite chefs and this book he and Helen Goh have created together is a pleasure to read and use. I love how clearly the recipes are written, how beautiful the photographs are and...

    Thank you to Netgalley, Ten Speed Press, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Helen Goh for the chance to read and review this ARC; Are you a self-proclaimed sweet tooth holder? Then, this is the book for you. From the cover to the first pages sumptuous desserts are leaping out off of every pa...

    Frankly, I'd love to just make everything in this book because it all looks delicious. That's not going to happen, but there are at least half a dozen that will be made in the not-too-distant future. I'm thinking this will end up being a four star rating once I have time to cook a few ...

    To be perfectly frank, writing a review for a book by Ottolenghi is perhaps only slightly less like writing a review for a book by Jamie Oliver or Tana French. It's just exceedingly unlikely that I'm going to find any work by any of them to falter much. It's difficult to be even-handed...

    4.5 out of 5 stars. This book is gorgeous from cover to cover. I bake a lot more than I cook, so I'm always looking for new baking books to add to my shelf. I wasn't disappointed in Sweet even a little bit. The book is divided into chapters by the type of dessert, making recipes ...

    Title: Sweet - Desserts from London's Ottolenghi Author: Yotam Ottolenghi Publisher: Ten Speed Press Published: 10-3-2017 Pages: 368 Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine Sub-Genre: Cookbooks; Desserts; Celebrities; Baking ISBN: 9781607749141 ASIN: B01NAW3RDM Reviewed For NetGalley ...

    I love to bake and eat desserts but this book did not thrill me. there's only a handful of recipes that I was interested in making. ...

    Beautiful images. Touching personal stories and details. Fantastic unique recipes. A must have for any bakers collection!! ...

    For years I had thought Yotam Ottolenghi was a bit overrated (while my friends raved about him), I have flicked through many of his books and was still unconvinced. Sweet is the book that, finally, changed my mind. I love books about baking, and this is a helluva book about baking. ...

    As a big fan of Ottolenghi's other cookbooks I was pretty excited to check this out even though I don't bake or make sweets on the regular. Sure enough, this book, written with pastry chef Helen Goh is full of recipes incorporating middle eastern ingredients like pistachios and figs...

    Thanks to Ten Speed Press and NetGalley for the ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Yotam Ottolenghi has done it again. His approach to food is "abundance, inclusion, and celebration", and the recipes in this book reflect that philosophy. If you are familiar with his ...

    This was innovative! I never knew what to do with Nutella, I just ate it out of the jar. Nutella Ganache sounds wonderful! Can you tell I'm not a great baker?! Well, this pastry book has loads of great recipes using stuff I'd think to use in pastries (tahini, for example!). First one I...