David Tanis, formerly chef for Chez Panisse and now a great American home cook, brings us a cookbook that extols French market cooking. These are recipes that let the vegetables shine. I sometimes like to judge a cookbook by its Get ready to cook like there's a babushka in your kitchen! Kachka combines Russian home cooking with PNW farm-fresh style. For many Americans, resistance is the new normal.
Activism takes many forms, and one of the most basic takes place around the kitchen table, sharing opinions and plans while eating simple, easy to make food. Well-regarded food author, Julia Turshen, walks her talk with a cookbook that presents recipes that will keep your energy high, no matter how long the march is.
Curated with short, encouraging articles from activists, this little cookbook Expect to learn a little cocktail history and some righteous bar hospitality. MBM is a treat for craft cocktail aficionados, and a good armchair read for foodies. Ottolenghi, in collaboration with pastry chef and psychotherapist Helen Goh, has developed an exuberant cookbook filled with a joyful exploration of flavors, this time in the form of baked goods and desserts. Some recipes are simple, like the humble Chocolate Chip and Pecan Cookies, while others require Donna Hay fans can rejoice.
Her new cookbook, Basics to Brilliance , is a beauty! With a nod to America's ever-growing ethnic blurring, Christopher Kimball presents a cookbook that mixes and matches various international spices and techniques to come up with modern recipes that build a new American cooking repertoire. Kimball's large fan base will not be surprised by the thoughtfully developed recipes, and will no doubt scurry to make room on their kitchen shelves for a new Kimball tome.
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Chef Daniel Patterson and perfumer Mandy Aftel explain the hows and whys of flavor-wrangling by looking at how flavors work. The first chapter, "Spicy Salty Pickled Preserved," has my mind reeling with pleasure from the surprising food combos. Cherries with horseradish?
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From staples like The Country Cat to newer ventures like the Bit House Saloon, there is something for everyone to try, no matter your experience in the Portland food scene. Recommended by Natalie R. BraveTart is a dessert book that every American cook needs to put on her Forever Shelf.
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