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Fresh Every Day: More Great Recipes From Foster's Market by Sara Foster
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MelMM on August 04, 2010
This is a great and easy rib recipe. I've served these to guests with rave reviews.
Cheri on November 14, 2010
Excellent. Aroma and flavor were wonderful. Fairly easy. Takes 3.5 hours. Try Greg Atkinson's version in West Coast Cooking, it's the same, but substitutes noodles for the potatoes - right in the pot.
sideshoes on November 22, 2010
Very good. Not your usual chili.
Wende on November 13, 2012
Great recipe consisting of three parts, each of which can easily stand on its own. Beautiful mix of bright flavors. Love this dish.
Reviews about this book
- ISBN 10 1400052858
- ISBN 13 9781400052851
- Published May 24 2005
- Format Hardcover
- Language English
- Countries United States
- Publisher Clarkson N Potter Publishers
- Imprint Clarkson N Potter Publishers
Publishers TextFans of Sara Foster's award-winning From Foster's Market will delight in her highly anticipated follow-up, which showcases Foster in her own home kitchen. Without sacrificing any of the casual elegance fans have come to expect from Foster's restaurants, this book shows how cooking can be simple, flexible, and fast, using seasonal ingredients to help ensure special-occasion quality every day.
Alongside more than 200 recipes are tips that anticipate the challenges of a home kitchen. No tarragon in the cupboard See the sidebar on Thinking Outside the Recipe for ideas on how to adapt the recipe to what you do have. Wondering how to make the most of last night's roasted chicken Look in the Reinvention box for tips on using leftovers to create meals that look and taste declicious.
With trademark charm and a down-to-earth style that will appeal to novice cooks and culinary experts alike, Fresh Every Day will fast become a kitchen staple for anyone who loves fresh, homeade fare--but doesn't have all day to make it.