2017… Another year, and still much to do!
Such as, churning butter…
Or, you could just use high quality heavy cream, beat until a soft solid, drain the buttermilk (and use for your scones), then add a little salt. Spread it on your favourite bread,
and life is smooth as…
While we are working on our next book(s), we will post occasional updates to let you know what is coming. For now, don’t miss our unique landscape and dessert book, featuring our favourite coast!
More than just a dessert cookbook, including some of our coastal restaurant’s signature sweet recipes, this high quality monograph documents in pictures some of the best landscapes south of San Francisco. Buy a copy for yourself, or as a gift for family and friends. It is the perfect coffee table book! (Preview book by watching our video.)
(For international customers, please contact us for special pricing.)
The Coffee Table Book on The Coastside:
“…a beautiful compilation and the confections look delicious!”
The Former First Lady, Laura Bush
This 288-page, full color, 5.5 pound, 11.5″wx10.75″hx1.13″d, hardcover coffee table book was printed in Verona, Italy on 170gsm Gardamatt paper, each image spot varnished for vibrance, crowned by vivid Matte Laminated cover and silk-screen spot-lettering on the Jacket and Spine of the book, and finally bound in none other than Padua, Italy, the center of book-making!
For those who love the Art of Print, they will appreciate the high quality of this beautiful photographic landscape and dessert document of our Pacific Northern Coastside.
Take a trip down our Coastside…
Just beyond The Tunnel, winding past Devil’s Slide, a quaint community awaits.
This book is a visual and gastronomic tribute to the beauty that lies along this dramatic Pacific coastline.
What better place to stop a while, savour a cup of coffee, and a morsel of dessert? Maybe you, too, will fall in love with our Coastside.
(If there is any glitch with ordering, please contact us!)
Having spent hours taking photographs amidst empty beaches, beneath towering Cypresses, and overlooking endless bluffs, I am reminded by that insightful Shakespeare, who wrote, “Life’s but a walking shadow; a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage, and then is heard no more.”
Moss Beach Productions