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Food & Wine Annual Cookbook 2009: An Entire Year of Recipes by Food & Wine Magazine

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  • Circassian chicken salad

    • sosayi on January 16, 2019

      https://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/circassian-chicken-salad

  • Horseradish-crusted roast beef

    • Breadcrumbs on October 26, 2015

      p. 155 – The crust was certainly delicious however I’d have much preferred it on a prime rib vs a sirloin tip roast. Against my better judgment I trusted the recipe’s use of the dry heat method and the resulting beef was fairly tough. IMHO a sirloin tip benefits from braise. Nevertheless, when the beef was sliced thinly it had great flavour and was certainly edible, just not as tender as I’d have liked. The crust is a keeper though, delicious! Forgot to take a photo of this one.

  • Neopolitan meat loaf with pine nuts and raisins

    • nicolepellegrini on February 20, 2019

      We liked this very much. Made with a mix of ground pork and venison. Noting a comment on the online recipe that it could use a little extra "something" I added some sauteed minced onions, and soaked the raisins in grappa instead of water.

  • Pan-fried salmon with citrus vinaigrette

    • nicolepellegrini on July 05, 2014

      This was "just okay" in my opinion; the citrus vinaigrette is a bit sharp and overwhelming for the salmon, but it was nice with the asparagus (I grilled mine instead of boiling them.)

  • Pan-fried smoked-trout cakes with lemony salad

    • nicolepellegrini on September 24, 2013

      Very nice, simple to make and the cakes stayed together well for pan-frying with the panko breadcrumb crust. Good with a touch of hot sauce on the side.

  • Crispy black bean cakes with sour cream and avocado

    • jaelsne on February 08, 2012

      This recipe turned out to be delicious!!! The reason I gave it four stars rather than five is that I wouldn't label it quick and easy. I needed to pull out the food processor and dirty a skillet and several bowls. Though the dish itself was fairly easy to pull together, the cleanup was more than I expected for a "quick and easy" dish.

  • Mixed-berry spoon cake

    • danibattle on March 05, 2015

      http://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/mixed-berry-spoon-cake

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  • ISBN 10 1603200541
  • ISBN 13 9781603200547
  • Linked ISBNs
  • Published Apr 06 2009
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 440
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Time Inc Home Entertaiment
  • Imprint Time Inc Home Entertaiment

Publishers Text

Almost one million subscribers heartily agree: there's always something delicious going on in Food & Wine.

And it's all here in the annual cookbook, which includes an entire year of 2008 recipes--more than 600 of them--accompanied by over 250 scrumptious-looking photographs.

The contributors remain absolutely stellar: the culinary world's finest, including such cookbook authors, chefs, and food luminaries as Jacques Pepin, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Paula Wolfert, and Al Roker.

Mouthwatering dishes from Emeril Lagasse, Mario Batali, and Thomas Keller were tested on home appliances, making them easy to re-create. In addition, the volume includes 50 brand-new test-kitchen tips, as well as an extensive glossary of accessible wines. Here are recipes that reflect the many ways we cook today; real food that real people who want to eat well can actually prepare.

These exceptionally clear recipes will enable you to create impressive, restaurant-style dishes in your own kitchen.



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