Originally Posted by shafferpilot
What about books? I've seen a bunch, but I'm sure most of them have it all wrong (as it is in homebrew). So who's the author with all the right info?
is a good introductory
book. It would be sufficient to get one started. But it is less on theory and more of a collection of (authentic) recipes. I recommend it with the understanding to the reader that if they want to go deeper it's not that good. Great to get the feet wet, heck probably enough for many people. But if you want the details of the how's and why's things occur, well that I am still looking for....they do recommend this one
. But I can't comment on that one.
Fwiw, Carroll's book reminds me of Papa's information, not Palmer.