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- Shesta commented on the following inMon 08 Apr 2013 03:22:57 GMT
As soon as I got this cookbook, I sat down and read it cover to cover. It's filled with recipes I'm dying to try and really great tips from some of the best chefs in the country. Perhaps my favorite aspect of the book is that he presents the recipes to us from his home kitchen. It's not one of those books with recipes straight from the kitchen of a 4 star restaurant, but one where modifications were made due to the fact that they were being prepared by a home cook.
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- Shesta added and reviewedTue 22 Nov 2011 04:01:26 GMT
The first of David Chang's new food quarterly, this is not a food magazine for children or the faint of heart! This issue is centered almost entirely on Ramen, with a short section dedicated completely to Egg. This is a foodie's dream find - it's hardcore, intense, and completely obsessive. Not only is it an in-depth discussion of food, but there are perhaps some of the most interesting (and complicated at times) recipes. this quarterly is your next addiction waiting to happen.
- Shesta voted for the following inTue 22 Nov 2011 03:47:17 GMT
I love everything about this cookbook! Not only is the writing gorgeous, but the pictures have me rushing to the kitchen to put together lovely simple recipes that taste extraordinary. I would be careful because this book did have me buying 2 oz of juniper berries on my last trip to my spice store... guess I have another recipe to try!
This cookbook IS Seattle. Seafood, fusion, and freshness - what more can you want from a cookbook? One of the best things about this is anyone of any level can enjoy it. The recipes are definitely refined and complex in both flavor and technique, but he gives a little tip at the end of each one on how you can break up the time you spend on it and make this venture evern more worthwhile.
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