What’s in a cover? How much does a cover cause you to buy the book? Well… Bill’s Sydney Food was released previously with a -blah- cover. I don’t recall ever leafing through it.
Hmmm, nup, never.
But when i was looking at the New Release section in the bookstore i saw a sleek black book with Bill’s Sydney Food scrawled on it like a chalkboard menu. Oooooh! I picked it up and it was only the slip case to the actual cookbook. Oooooh! I let the book slide out from the case and the cover was very chic photos of Sydney and Bill’s Cafe. The smell of a newly printed book sends shivers down my spine. The photos (throughout the book) are wonderful depictions of a lazy sunday breakfast near the beach.
The book is divided into Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. Each chapter is introduced with a chalkboard-like menu. All the recipes are accompanied with bright, well photographed pictures. It does really contain ‘the best scrambled eggs in the world’. These are light, tasty, healthy meals designed to be made fast. The ingredients lists aren’t long and the instructions are straight forward. I love Sydney and this reaffirms my love for it.
The following preview is the previous version of Bill’s Sydney Food published 2000
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