The Art of Simple Food II

The Art of Simple Food II

Recipes, Flavor, and Inspiration From the New Kitchen Garden

Book - 2013
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"For the hundreds of thousands of readers who bought Alice Waters's bestselling and now-classic book The Art of Simple Food, and for supporters of all ages of the sustainable food movement, here is a timely cookbook that centers on Alice's plant-forward way of cooking and puts forth her passion for seasonality and celebrating all vegetables. Alice Waters is the leader of the local, sustainable food movement. While The Art of Simple Food was steeped in general cooking technique, The Art of Simple Food II brings vegetable-forward meals to the table. With 300 seasonal recipes and 300 exquisite line drawings, this follow-up to the revered Art of Simple Food beautifully encompasses Alice's vision for eating what grows in our earth, all year long. This book is for longtime fans of Alice plus the new generation of home cooks who care deeply about the source of their food and who so admire Alice's efforts in the food movement. It is a must-read for home cooks who shop at farmer's markets and supermarket perimeters, and who belong to CSAs, as she guides you on how to choose the best ingredients. And it will be of special interest to those who grow their own food in their kitchens, backyards, or community gardens because gardening information is included. Alice teaches you how to bring the most flavor and versatility to the plants, using familiar and new ingredients. With this book, she empowers you to nourish yourself for a more responsible and rewarding life in the kitchen and at the table"--
Publisher: New York : Clarkson Potter/Publishers, [2013]
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780307718273
0307718271
Branch Call Number: Cooking 641.555 WAT
Additional Contributors: Curtan, Patricia
Kerr, Kelsie

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bleubarrie
Feb 28, 2017

Love this book so far! I've had the first book for years now and almost everything I make with it is "restaurant quality", according to the fam. So I was really excited to see this in the catalog when searching for the first book to borrow while I made some repairs to my well-used copy at home. I have made only one recipe from this one and it was as good or maybe even better than everything I've made from the first, so I bought it and will work my way through it! Can't possibly "complete" a cookbook within the library borrowing period, but it's definitely possible try a few recipes, and read the text of this one to see if a purchase is in order--lots of love for farmers' markets and gardening for the kitchen. BTW, the first book really taught me a lot about how to cook and why you go through various steps to improve flavor, but this book centers more on teaching where our food comes from, and how to take your cooking to the next level with the unprecedented freshness and variety that growing (or at least knowing how to source via farmers) your own produce can yield. My only concern is that the Central Library has this categorized as 641.555 (Fast Food) instead of 641.5 (Cooking, recipes) like the first volume--why on earth are they not both "Cooking, recipes"? This is certainly not any faster than the first volume--in fact, I'd say it would be slower, because the idea is to grow your own food, or at least to buy it on the farmers' market's schedule.

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bleubarrie
Feb 28, 2017

Other: Miscategorized as 641.555 (Fast food). Should be 641.5 (Cooking, recipes).

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