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The Square: Sweet

Philip Howard

Publisher: Absolute Press

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Summary

The second volume of the extraordinary work from two-Michelin-star chef, Philip Howard that began with The Square: The Cookbook Volume 1: Savoury. Regarded amongst his peers as one of the world's great culinary artists, his lifetime of dedication and creativity has gone into writing this monumental work of gastronomic creativity and technical expertise. The Square: The Cookbook Volume 2: Sweet gives precise instructions on how to create food of top Michelin standard. Meticulous, detailed and fiercely intelligent, this is a book that will set the benchmark for books of the highest culinary ambition. Featuring brilliant dishes such as his signature Brillat Savarin Cheesecake with Passion Fruit and Lime, and Lemon Posset with a Blueberry Compote and Warm Vanilla Beignets. Philip Howard's incredible second volume features a full repertoire of sweet recipes, each accompanied by the beautiful photography of Jean Cazals. A must-have book for all chefs, but a great book for keen amateurs and serious foodies alike.

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