The weekly "minimalist" columnist in The New York Times shows how his relaxed style of cooking and serving food is superior to the celebrity chefs of New York, offering 120 recipes that prove his point, in a companion volume to the new PBS Television series. 75,000 first printing. $75,000 ad/promo.
More than 240 original and innovative recipes—simple to prepare, healthful, bursting with flavor—are derived from the cuisines of hot-weather places and range from unusual spice-and-seafood combinations to complexly flavored dishes.
A primer on Lower East Side culture draws on the authors' work as vegetarian restaurant and tea shop proprietors and shares anecdotes about their lives and patrons, in a volume complemented by health and beauty tips.
The New York Times columnist and author of How to Be a Domestic Goddess presents a festive assortment of delicious recipes for Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukah, and other special occasions, along with creative tips, tricks, and shortcuts to make entertaining stylish, fun, and easy. 125,000 first printing.
Updated to incorporate the latest tastes and cooking trends, a step-by-step, enjoyable guide to the whole art of cooking includes more than two thousand contemporary recipes complemented by a wealth of how-to information, as well as hundreds of illustrations, tips on variations, expanded coverage of healthy foods, and other essentials.
Italian Cooking Wisdom from the Legendary Teacher's Master Classes With 120 of Her Irresistible New Recipes
The master chef and cooking instructor presents a follow-up to Marcella Cucina, explaining traditional cooking techniques, outlining detailed Italian menus, and providing one hundred new recipes complemented by preparation essays, narratives, and historical information. 75,000 first printing.
Looks at the history of milk, eggs, meat, fruits, vegetables, spices, grains, nuts, bread, sauces, sugars, alcohol, and food additives, and discusses nutrition and the principles of cooking.
The popular host of Good Eats presents a follow-up to his best-selling first book to explore the world of baking, describing the science and techniques behind his "molecular pantry" ingredients to reveal how to prepare a range of biscuit, muffin, cookie, and other baked recipes. 150,000 first printing. Good Cook Book Main.
Provides advice to tired and busy home cooks on how to spark up routine meals, in a collection of quickly prepared recipes including such options as grilled ginger chicken salad, hacked chili lobster, and Kentucky bourbon sirloin steak.
Revised and Updated on the Occasion of the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Publication of the Jewish Holiday Kitchen
The doyenne of Jewish-American cookery brings together the best of her classic The Jewish Holiday Kitchen and The Jewish Holiday Baker with innovative new recipes reflecting every cuisine of the Jewish tradition, all organized according to the holidays of the Jewish year. 35,000 first printing.
A guide to family cookery features more than two hundred master recipes for everyday dining and special family occasions, along with imaginative ideas for variations and improvisations, including seasonal salads, vegetables, soups, pastas, sauces, main courses, and desserts.