"Tried-and-tested gluten-free recipes for more than sixty pizza creations made from fifteen kinds of dough-from American pie to the Italian originals (Roman, Sicilian, Neapolitan) with toppings that novice and seasoned chefs alike will find inventive and exciting"--
|A book that had so much potential when I first began reading it left me flat at the end and has taken me months to leave a review.|
The authors have done an excellent with the different recipes and ingredients especially when it comes to the dough. What really struck me was that I felt it did not hit home with the average at home in the kitchen baker, mom or dad. When suggesting to go out and purchase $150.00 worth of items or items to make of bake a pizza the average person is not going to do that.
Really a book for people that have outdoor wood ovens or even professional ovens inside their home. Having worked in an authentic pizza restaurant when I was younger the biggest keys was making the dough fresh, and heat so I bought different sizes of oven stones for pizzas and bread they work just fine as long as you wait for them to heat up. I really wanted to like this book but after much thought, I think with the authors suggesting to buy extra kitchen items to bake pizza will turn people off from really trying the recipes that is a shame because with just a little tweaking the home cook can if they take the time. I received this book from Netgalley.com I gave it 3 stars. Follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com