I have reviewed “Shake” and now am reviewing “Infuse”. I definitely enjoy that the books use the same “tools”. A muddler, a fun lid for the mason jars, the Mason Tap and Mason Shaker. They even have a pour lid that fits on mason jars. It really maximizes what mason jars can do, they are not just for canning and jams anymore!
So let’s get down to the book itself. The images are great, very clear, very vibrant images, and the recipes pop off the background.
The book covers a good amount of territory. There is a section on infusing oils, infusing spirits, and then infusing water. These different recipes highlight the versatility of infusions. I have found techniques and recipes in every section that will be incorporated into my summer cooking. The oils look to be great on salads and vegetables. The spirits section is going to help my cocktails pop (which is great because I’m a cocktail girl!), and the water is going to be employed during the everyday use. They even give a cold brew recipe that looks like it will be better than the one I am currently using! I can’t wait to share this book with my friends who cook and like to try new things.
I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.