Second Helpings from Union Square Cafe: 140 New Recipes from New York's Acclaimed Restaurant by Danny Meyer and Michael Romano

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  • nomadchowwoman on January 09, 2010

    I've used only one recipe--and it's involved--but it was definitely worth the price of the book: the pappardelle w/rabbit sugo.

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  • Mustard-mashed potatoes

    • Westy2 on September 21, 2013

      Wonderful! Really great. Creamy, rich flavor. Starts sweet with a slow mustard heat at the end.

  • Spring risotto

    • anya_sf on May 26, 2018

      I actually had asparagus, fresh morel mushrooms, and ramps, so this seemed the perfect recipe. I had fewer ramps (which was fine), but used more mushrooms (1/2 lb). I also stirred in some peas at the end. The risotto was very good. We loved the combination of vegetables. I did not measure the salt, just added it to taste (I used canned low-sodium chicken broth). We added copious extra Parmesan on top.

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  • ISBN 10 0060196475
  • ISBN 13 9780060196479
  • Published Aug 15 2002
  • Format Hardcover
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher HarperCollins Publishers Inc
  • Imprint HarperCollins

Publishers Text

The highly anticipated follow-up to the award-winning Union Square Cafe Cookbook offers more of the recipes that have made the Union Square Cafe the most popular restaurant in New York City.

Union Square Cafe offers what few restaurants do: consistently outstanding food in a gracious, unstuffy setting. Now, the authors are back with their second book, offering more than 140 new recipes for such favorites as Salt-Baked Chicken, Chili and Sage Rubbed Salmon, and Chocolate Puddling Flan. Accessible, tantalizing, and beautifully designed, this cookbook captures the every-growing appeal of this classic restaurant and its delicious food.

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