The Great Cook: Essential Techniques and Inspired Flavors to Make Every Dish Better by James Briscione and Cooking Light Magazine

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  • Tuscan lemon muffins

    • hbakke on April 11, 2021

      Nice fluffy texture with a great lemon flavor. They were perfectly baked at 16 minutes. I was expecting the tops to brown a bit more, but I'm glad I didn't leave them in the oven longer. I would make these again.

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  • ISBN 10 0848739914
  • ISBN 13 9780848739911
  • Published Apr 14 2015
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 368
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Oxmoor House
  • Imprint Oxmoor House

Publishers Text

Learn how to cook more than 100 classic, all-time favorite dishes-and learn how to cook them perfectly. This cooking course in a book will show you how to confidently turn out a pie with a flaky, tender crust, make homemade pasta, and master a wow-the-crowd Coq Au Vin.

Chef and culinary instructor James Briscione guides readers through 36 in-depth, recipe-oriented lessons: Roast chicken. Seafood. Layer Cakes. Each lesson is detailed with instructive photos of every step, and variation recipes will help build on newly acquired skills. Briscione also shares essential tips from professional kitchens that home cooks can use to make each dish even better. It's like getting a private, personal lesson from a culinary expert in the comfort of your own home. More than 500 stunning color photographs and 105 essential, easy-to-follow recipes makes this an invaluable kitchen companion for anyone who loves to cook-or wants to learn how.



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