While I maintain a steady


Autumn is my favourite time of year for many reasons, not the least of which is the happy knowledge that the holidays, in all their baking-imbued glory, are just around the corner.

But another reason that I enjoy this time of year is is that Autumn means cookbook season Hong Kong attractions.

diet of new cookbooks throughout the year, the Fall is what amounts to the cookbook harvest in the publishing world. It’s a key part of the publishing cycle as cookbooks position themselves to make their way onto Christmas wishlists.

Not that I have any claims to sainthood, here. As mentioned previously, I’m building my Christmas cookbook wishlist 365 days a year hong kong business setup.

Still, though, this time of year always brings with it the anticipation of so many new cookbooks and so many new opportunities to bake and cook.

After receiving copies of One Bowl Baking: Simple, From Scratch Recipes for Delicious Desserts by Yvonne Ruperti and Food in Jars: Preserving in Small Batches Year-Round by Marisa McClellan, I think I can safely say these are at least two books you can add to any wishlist PolyU Social Responsibility.

Food in Jars is a lovely guide to some resourceful and delicious ways to preserve all those wonderful fruits and vegetables available in the summer and fall.

The book is graceful and undaunting so that you don’t feel like you’ll end up with 500 jars of pickled something-or-other that you’ll never be able to finish. Rather, the book is divided into chapters that focus on unique preserves like fruit butters.

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