Beautifully designed, Cherry Bombe appears twice a year to celebrate women and food. It’s a trend spotter, a nostalgia trip, an occasional provocateur, and a bit of frivolity, all bound together with strong writing. Each issue has a theme that contributors address from a range of viewpoints.
This issue's theme is beautiful baked goods and there are covers featuring five different, amazing bakers (the content inside is the same; only the covers differ). This cover features cake artist Zoe Francois, who is profiled inside and shares some recipes.
In addition to profiles of Claire Saffitz, Fany Gerson, Amanda Mack, and Natasha Pickowicz—all of whom have their own covers—this issue highlights creative bakers from all across the US, including Michelle Hernandez of Le Dix-Sept in San Francisco, and Heather Hodge and Emily Kim of The Pastry Project in Seattle. (Plus see page 136 for members of the KAL crew at Cherry Bombe's recent Cooks and Books event.)
Lots of recipes too!
Paperback. Color photographs throughout.