Cookbooks

The Artisan Soda Workshop

70 Homemade Recipes

By Andrea Lynn

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The Artisan Soda Workshop by Andrea Lynn will be released later this summer instructing readers on how to create fizzy flavorful sensations. All that’s needed is seltzer or a SodaStream.

Craft amazingly delicious and stunningly creative sodas using natural, gourmet syrups you make at home. Nothing is more refreshing than soda. But why settle for canned carbonation when you can make your own delectable sodas at home? Artisan Soda Workshop shows you how to take soda to the next level by making flavors like:Apricot-Cinnamon

  • Riesling and Raspberry
  • Mango Chile
  • Prickly Pear
  • Fizzy Cantaloupe Agua Fresca
  • Lemon-Thyme
  • Plum Vanilla
  • Cranberry, Orange and Ginger

With step-by-step instructions and colorful photos, this book’s palate-pleasing recipes make it easy to create your own bubbly concoctions from exotic combinations of fruits, herbs and spices. These thirst-quenching drinks serve up parties bubblier, fill hot days with fizzy fun, and impress even the most discriminating of tastes.


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Recent Press

http://blog.seattlepi.com/recipesyndicate/2012/08/12/book-review-the-artisan-soda-workshop/
“Overall, this is an interesting book that provides a rare look at the early days of soda shops in the USA. It also provides a great starting collection of beverage recipes for people that are interested in improving their diet by making all-natural sodas at home. We give the Artisan Soda Workshop four stars out of five.”

http://www.yumsugar.com/Cream-Soda-Recipe-24460281
Still, and despite owning a much-loved SodaStream, it had never occurred to me to take matters into my own hands and make cream soda at home. Instead I’d turn to the not-too-sweet cream soda offering from Dry Soda when in need of a fix. Yet all it took was a quick flip-through of Andrea Lynn’s charming Artisan Soda Workshop cookbook to land on the classic flavor, and suddenly all I could think of was whipping up a bubbly batch

http://www.growingababyreviews.com/2012/07/book-review-artisan-soda-workshop.html
“There are SO many yummy-sounding recipes in this book that it was really hard to decide where to start. Eventually we decided on Peach Syrup, since peaches are in season now and we had some around. I found the instructions really easy to follow and the whole process went smoothly. And the results were delicious!”

http://www.momsplans.com/2012/08/the-artisan-soda-workshop-cookbook-review-and-giveaway/
“I used to also enjoy a vanilla creme soda in my day, but now I realize that drink was nothing more than artificial flavors. The first recipe I tried for myself in this book was Cream Soda Syrup, and it was delicious! I felt like I was drinking a vanilla creme soda, but with none of the nasty additives.”

http://thatsitmommy.com/2012/08/review-the-artisan-soda-workshop/#
“The biggest shock came when my husband, who will only drink one type of soda (and it comes in a bright red can…), tried the Cream Soda, and shocked me when he said he loved it…It’s great to know that there are super easy, healthy alternatives to the store bought sodas out there. Plus – the syrups would be awesome over ice cream, in salad dressings and I can’t wait to use them in my favorite cocktails.”