Synopses & Reviews
FLAVORFUL FIZZY SENSATIONS
Craft amazingly delicious and stunningly creative sodas using natural, gourmet syrups you make at home. Nothing is more refreshing than soda. But why settle for canned carbonation when you can make your own delectable sodas at home? Artisan Soda Workshop shows you how to take soda to the next level by making flavors like:
• Riesling and Raspberry
• Mango Chile
• Prickly Pear
• Fizzy Cantaloupe Agua Fresca
• Lemon -Thyme
• Plum Vanilla
• Cranberry, Orange and Ginger
With step-by-step instructions and colorful photos, this books palate-pleasing recipes make it easy to create your own bubbly concoctions from exotic combinations of fruits, herbs and spices. These thirst-quenching drinks serve up parties bubblier, fill hot days with fizzy fun, and impress even the most discriminating of tastes.
Invitingly creative, incredibly delicious, all-natural flavors in the first-ever cookbook of gourmet sodas
People love soda. But why settle for the corn syrup-sweetened, artificially flavored, mass-produced brands available in stores when one can easily create customized, organic, fabulously fizzy creations that are as fun to make as they are delectable to drink? With over 25 beautiful color photos, The Artisan Soda Workshop guides readers into a new culinary world with easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions on how to make the perfect glass of pop. The palate-pleasing, thirst-quenching flavors mix a wide range of exotic ingredients including fruits, herbs, and spices many not traditionally used in soda. Thanks to the home-brewing process described in this book, its simple to adjust the amount of sugar and intensity of flavor to create beverages that delight the maker, family members, and party guests alike. All one needs to get started is this book and a home carbonator, which are now inexpensive and widely available. Leaving nothing out, The Artisan Soda Workshop even contains tastier and healthier versions of classic fountain drinks like cola, root beer, and ginger ale.
About the Author
Obsessed about food from an early age, Andrea Lynn has always been happiest when in the kitchen dabbling with ingredients, making a career in food always in the cards. As a freelance writer and recipe developer, Andrea Lynn's articles and developed recipes have appeared in print and online for numerous publications. After a stint working at a New York Times three-star restaurant, she transitioned into cooking as a personal chef. She has worked as Senior Editor for Chile Pepper magazine and edited recipes for Art Culinaire. Andrea Lynn has a degree in English-creative writing from Agnes Scott College, in addition to a culinary degree from the Institute of Culinary Education.