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Bread and a Dog


A quirky, photographic exploration of two beloved subjects: breakfasts and dogs


Natsuko Kuwahara


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Price: USD$14.95

A quirky, photographic exploration of two beloved subjects: breakfasts and dogs.

Taps into the popularity of two of Instagram’s hottest trends: food and pet photography.

Includes recipes and tips for successful and stylish breakfasts from the author, a professional food stylist.

100 charming photographs of an adorable dog taken from a refreshing and relatable point of view. Perfect gift or impulse buy for animal or food lovers.



SPECIFICATIONS:

Format: Paperback
Size: 148 x 192 mm (5 7/8 x 7 1/2 in)
Pages: 112 pp
Illustrations: 100 illustrations
ISBN: 9780714870489

Natsuko Kuwahara is a Japanese food stylist. She started her career as a cook in a bakery kitchen. She turned freelance as a food stylist in 2004. Her recipes and her natural table styling quickly became popular in magazines, and now she is active in magazines, books, and advertisements.

Contents and sections:

Bread and a Dog

Recipes:


French Toast
Blueberry-Apple Spread
Pancakes
Banana Scones
Banana Coconut Muffins
Bread Pudding
Cinnamon Toast
Potato Salad
Chocolate Spread
Honey Nut Spread
Lemon Curd
Crème Caramel
Amazake
Carrot Salad
Vinegar Drink
Ozoni
Ume Juice
Scones
Black Sesami Pancakes
Potato, Mushroom, and Soy Milk Potage
Clafoutis with Plums
Honey Rusks
Braised Pork
Polenta
Layer Cake

"Colorful, elegant, simple and enticing."
Chicago Tribune

"Delightfully quirky... Prepare for adorableness ahead."
Bon Appétit

"Adorable... The perfect book for dog-loving foodies."
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

"A weird and wonderful marriage of recipes, cute pets and food porn." —The Times

"Colorful, elegant, simple and enticing."
Chicago Tribune

"Delightfully quirky... Prepare for adorableness ahead."
Bon Appétit

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