Überblick:Pressestimmen 'An exciting tribute to all things citrus in this sweet and tangy collection. Beautiful color photos of nearly every dish enhance this alluring new book making it an essential addition to every cookbook collection.' - Publisher's Weekly Starred review'If you have been stuck in a citrus rut forever making lemonade or lemon drizzle cake or only eating grapefruit at breakfast then this book is for you. If you delight in the fancy of finger limes adore yuzu and go crazy for kefir then this book is also for you. It is a beautifully written and easy to understand cookbook that offers interesting insight for both novice and veteran citrus fans.' - Daisy Nichols The Daily Meal'Evoking the nostalgic scent and global flavor of citrus Phipps presents a rich collection that includes preserves starters soups meals desserts candies and drinks that can be mixed and matched based on the season and variety of fruit available. The introduction offers a history of experimentation and travel-inspired flavor while the chapters on citrus varieties serve as a primer for the adventurous cook. Helpful notes accompany each recipe and measurement conversions make it easy for American cooks to follow. Recipes and instructions are easy to read and substitutes are suggested in the event a particular fruit is unavailable. -VERDICT With eye-catching photographs a detailed index and beautiful cloth-bound cover this book is an impressive addition to any home cook's collection. Perfect for beginning and experienced cooks alike.' - Library Journal (starred review) Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende Catherine Phipps writes for the Guardian's food pages and is a freelance food writer. She is the author of The Pressure Cooker Cookbook (2012) and Chicken (2015). She lives in London with her partner and children.