A Taste of Peach arrived at my Jewish desk enclosed in a neatly and tightly wrapped corrugated cardboard. The book is presented beautifully as well. The recipes are even better! Easy to follow, along with pictures and menus, one will surely take to this book. Seared tuna, tangy English ribs and gefilte fish from scratch along with instructions on how to fry it. That's right, fried gefilte fish.
You don't have to be Jewish to enjoy A Taste of Peach. The range of food is vast and innovative. Asparagus wrapped in chicken, sweet potato crisps salad, pulled brisket, flanken with the bone in, glazed pastrami, two tone meatloaf, vanishing potato salad, unstuffed cabbage, potato kugel, , mushroom kugel and biscotti are just a few of the tantalizing recipes listed and depicted in tghis fabulous cookbook.
This book has many recipes and can compete with any cookbook that I have read. Although it doesn't go into the depth of Rombauer's Joy of Cooking, Betty Crocker or, for that matter any big volume cookbook, every recipe is easy to follow, a pleasure to make and a delight to eat.
A Taste of Pesach is published in March, 2014 by ArtScroll/Shaar Press ISBN -13: 978-1422614723 in hardcover. Once it is in your hands, you will be loath to part with it.