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Savoring San Francisco

Author : Carolyn Miller
ISBN : 1596370424
Genre : Cooking
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San Francisco is a city of neighborhoods, where fine restaurants are a part of everyday life. Savoring San Francisco gathers recipes from 100 of the city's favorite eating places, which range from boutique hotel dining rooms to tiny storefronts. One third of the restaurants in this second edition are new to Savoring San Francisco, as are over half of the recipes, which come from nationally acclaimed chefs as well as strictly local culinary heroes. The recipes range from simple ethnic offerings (Mango Chicken) to San Francisco classics (Hangtown Fry), and from elegant company dishes (King Salmon with Dungeness Crab Fondue) to Asian fusion cuisine (Wok-Roasted Mussels with Asian Aromatics) and everything in between. With photos and essays on the neighborhoods and special sections on artisan breads and cheeses, favorite local prepared foods, farmers' markets, and northern California ingredients like artichokes, salmon, and Dungeness crab, this stylish cookbook brings to life one of the world's most exciting food cities. Book jacket.

Edible French Garden

Author : Rosalind Creasy
ISBN : 9781462917594
Genre : Cooking
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Learn how to create a lovely French garden and then create delicious dishes with your produce using this easy-to-use French cookbook. In this sumptuous volume, the American master of edible landscaping looks at French vegetables and variations on the traditional French parterre garden, in which edibles are grown right along with flowers in formal settings. This book is a must-have for any gardener interested in the flavors of France. The "Resources" section gives you sources for all you'll need to put in your own French garden. Along with a fascinating history and tour of French gardens, Creasy introduces "cut-and-come-again and other harvesting methods used in France. Along with French gardening techniques the many featured recipes include: Roasted Garlic Spread Cream of Carrot Top Soup Leek and Potato Soup with Sorrel Leeks in Vinaigrette Asparagus with Hollandaise SauceBraised Lettuce with Lemon Thyme And many more!

Mourjou

Author : Peter Graham
ISBN : 1903018331
Genre : Cooking
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The remarkable fusion between life, the produce of the countryside and the food on the table that is Auvergne continues as it has done for generations. In a dozen chapters devoted the constituents of a Rabelaisian meal -- from soups, to egg dishes and pancakes, cheese dishes, fish, pork, game, poultry and other meat dishes, vegetables, desserts and breads, preserves and confectionery; more cheese, and wine -- Peter Graham laces recipes together with extended introductions which reflect on the life of the countryside, his travels around it, and his long residence in it. The food of the Auvergne exemplifies that regionality that is so special to the complex whole that makes up French cookery. It is an amalgam of influences exerted by local materials, the landscape, social development and a long history. Peter Graham unpicks these delicately, with a style and knowledge born out of reading, wide sampling and much socialising. In consequence, the reader not only has a marvellous series of recipes that will warm many a winter supper -- or harvest-home for that matter -- but also will come away considerably the wiser about Auvergnat society history and culture. What is remarkable about this book is both the quality of the dishes described -- who could resist the Aligot, a magical combination of mashed potato, cheese and cream, or the detailed instructions for a perfect coq au vin? -- but the happy introduction we are given to a score of local kitchens, be they in restaurants or hotels such as Le Vieux Pont at Belcastel or the Beausejour at Calvinet, or on farms that have preserved a way of life fast vanishing through the rest of France.

San Diego Magazine

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San Diego Magazine gives readers the insider information they need to experience San Diego-from the best places to dine and travel to the politics and people that shape the region. This is the magazine for San Diegans with a need to know.

Caribbean

Author : Bruce Geddes
ISBN : 1864503483
Genre : Cooking
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This is a guide to the culture of food & drink in the Caribbean and presents concocting cocktails across the islands; a tropical twist on Spanish, Dutch, English and French cuisine; rum, cigars & Hemingway haunts; Caribbean dictionary for every food and drink occasion; tantalising photography and recipes.

Occitan Cuisine

Author : Source: Wikipedia
ISBN : 1233055852
Genre : Cooking
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 35. Chapters: Occitan cheeses, Occitan desserts, Roquefort, Aioli, Herbes de Provence, Foie gras, Bouillabaisse, Remoulade, B arnaise sauce, Canel, Nougat, Pastis, Ratatouille, Gibassier, Bayonne ham, Picodon, Saint-Nectaire, Chabichou, Fourme de Montbrison, Cassoulet, Cantal, Confit, Escabeche, Bisque, Bleu d'Auvergne, Tomme des Pyrenees, Vichyssoise, Laguiole, Banon, Fourme d'Ambert, Ni oise salad, Clafoutis, Calisson, Saint Agur Blue, Brandade, Pissaladi re, Salers, Fougasse, Garbure, Gaperon, P t aux pommes de terre, Pain au chocolat, Fines herbes, Tapenade, Flaugnarde, Rocamadour, Pan-bagnat, Cathare, Aligot, P lardon, Cazelle de Saint Affrique, Saint-Marcellin, Rochebarron, Bleu des Causses, Cab cou, Rouille, Croustade, Pissalat, Alicot. Excerpt: Foie gras (; French: ); French for "fat liver") is a food product made of the liver of a duck or goose that has been specially fattened. This fattening is typically achieved through gavage (force-feeding) corn, according to French law, though outside of France it is occasionally produced using natural feeding. A pastry containing p t de foie gras and bacon, or p t de foie gras tout court, was formerly known as "Strasbourg pie" (or "Strasburg pie") in English on account of that city's being a major producer of foie gras. Foie gras is a popular and well-known delicacy in French cuisine. Its flavor is described as rich, buttery, and delicate, unlike that of an ordinary duck or goose liver. Foie gras is sold whole, or is prepared into mousse, parfait, or p t (the lowest quality), and may also be served as an accompaniment to another food item, such as steak. French law states that "Foie gras belongs to the protected cultural and gastronomical heritage of France." Another European cuisine employs fattened goose liver almost to the extent as in France; in Hungary, libam j (lit. 'go...

Nikki David Goldbeck S American Wholefoods Cuisine

Author : Nikki Goldbeck
ISBN : UCSC:32106007073379
Genre : Cooking
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Bon App Tit

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924059732630
Genre : Cookery
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Fun With French Cooking

Author : Rosalba Gioffrè
ISBN : 1435834542
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Provides background information and step-by-step instructions for making fourteen popular French dishes, and discusses Epiphany, or the Feast of the Kings, and the role that food plays in this holiday.

Christina S Cookbook

Author : Christina Orchid
ISBN : 9781570617690
Genre : Cooking
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Deeply evocative of the San Juan Islands, the recipes and ingredients of Christina's Cookbook give readers a flavorful tour through all of the area's eddies, bays, and gardens. Just for starters, readers can try recipes for Crab Fondue and Fennel Breadsticks, Mussels with Garden Lilies and Curry, or Singing Scallops with Sweet Cicely and Cider. Add to this a side dish of charming tales and worldwide adventures, and the innovative recipes become all the more enticing. Roasted Halibut comes with a story on how it got its glaze; a millionaire playboy in the South of France is behind the delicious lamb recipe; and if readers want to discover how icy Doug Fir Granitas came to be served at the James Beard House, they can open up to the chapter on desserts (which also includes Poached Cherries and Lavender Ice Cream). For fans of authentic Northwest cooking and seafood alike, this cookbook is deliciously entertaining.

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