Roberta's Cookbook by Carlo Mirarchi and Brandon Hoy and Chris Parachini and Katherine Wheelock

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  • DKennedy on November 29, 2017

    Technique for roasting beets in salt is interesting. Note recipe for sweetbreads - make for mom. Cocktail with gin and lillet is calling my name.

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  • Corn, 'nduja, purple basil

    • TrishaCP on September 04, 2017

      This is a delicious use of the ingredients. My 'nduja was a bit firm even after letting it come to room temperature, so I just mixed it in with the corn, which is how it appears in the picture anyway. (I sautéed my corn.) I would add that the scallions in the picture are also not called for in the recipe, nor the char to the corn. (I find it annoying when cookbook pics don't reflect the recipe as written.)

  • Pizza dough with store-bought yeast

    • lean1 on April 28, 2020

      One of the best pizzas ever!

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Reviews about this book

  • Food52 by David Chang

    The 2014 Piglet Tournament of Cookbooks vs. The New Persian Kitchen by Louisa Shafia

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  • Food52 by Aran Goyoaga

    The 2014 Piglet Tournament of Cookbooks winner vs. Smoke & Pickles by Edward Lee

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  • Food52 by Tad Friend

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  • Food52 by Evan Hansen

    The 2014 Piglet Tournament of Cookbooks winner vs. The Art of Simple Food II, by Alice Waters

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  • Kitchn

    Who would enjoy this book? Fans of Roberta's, of course, but people who have never been and like to cook innovative, ingredient-driven recipes should take a look, too...

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  • ISBN 10 1299999085
  • ISBN 13 9781299999084
  • Published Oct 29 2013
  • Format eBook
  • Page Count 288
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Random House
  • Imprint Clarkson Potter

Publishers Text

The Brooklyn destination the New York Times called “one of the most extraordinary restaurants in the country”—which began as a pizza place and quickly redefined the urban food landscape—releases its highly anticipated debut cookbook.

When Roberta’s opened in 2008 in a concrete bunker in Bushwick, it was a pizzeria where you could stop in for dinner and stumble out hours later, happy. It’s still a down-the-rabbit-hole kind of place but has also become a destination for groundbreaking food, a wholly original dining experience, and a rooftop garden that marked the beginning of the urban farming movement in New York City. The forces behind Roberta’s—chef Carlo Mirarchi and co-owners Brandon Hoy and Chris Parachini—share recipes, photographs, and stories meant to capture the experience of Roberta’s for those who haven’t been, and to immortalize it for those who’ve been there since the beginning.

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