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Food Gifts for All Seasons

by Anne Byrn
illustrated by Anne Hathaway

Create unforgettable gifts of food for loved ones year-round with celebrated food writer Anne Byrn’s compilation of seasonal recipes.

Create unforgettable gifts of food for loved ones year-round with celebrated food writer Anne Byrn’s compilation of seasonal recipes. Food Gifts for All Seasons offers 52 recipe ideas, many of which are make-ahead gifts that can be stored until needed. Organized by season, Byrn’s book offers gift-giving suggestions and presentation tips for every occasion.

Each section opens with an introduction to the season, including information about decorative greenery and flowers that are at their peaks. Noted artist Anne Hathaway’s savory illustrations complement recipes such as Black Pepper Cheese Bread Boules, Orange Pecan Biscotti, Mary’s Cranberry Chutney, Caramel-Glazed Apple Cake, West End’s Vegetarian Lasagna, and Valentine’s Truffles.

Food Gifts for All Seasons is a beautiful and delicious gift to give—or to keep for yourself.

Hardcover: $15.95
ISBN: 978-1-56145-124-1
Total Pages: 80
Size: 9 1/4 x 7 1/2
Language: English

Reviews

“…sure to yield a gift suggestion for just about anyone on your list….” ―San Francisco Chronicle

Awards

Julia Child Cookbook Awards (nominee, American) ―Food & Wine Magazine 1996

Meet the Author

Anne Byrn is a national award-winning food writer and author of the popular The Cake Mix Doctor, as well asCooking in the New South and Food Gifts for All Seasons. She graduated from the University of Georgia and received advanced certification from La Varenne Ecole de Cuisine in Paris. She has served on the executive committee of the Julia Child Cookbook Awards. Byrn lives in Tennessee. You can visit her website here.

Meet the Illustrator

Anne Hathaway received a bachelor of fine arts from the University of Georgia. Her work has appeared in Ladies Home Journal, Southern Living, Southern Homes, and Atlanta and Veranda magazines, as well as on CNN. She lives in Georgia.