Alton Brown's Gear For Your Kitchen by Alton Brown

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  • Tater-Tot and blue cheese casserole

    • bching on February 22, 2019

      A big disappointment. I like tater tot casseroles and I like blue cheese, so I thought a tater tot casserole with blue cheese would be extra good. I was wrong: the blue cheese overpowered all other ingredients.

  • Martini vinaigrette

    • bching on June 10, 2019

      Delicious in a salad served with bresaola

  • Winter greens gratin

    • robinj on April 04, 2014

      Hmm, will probably substitute panko bread crumbs for the Ritz crackers.

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  • ISBN 10 1584796960
  • ISBN 13 9781584796961
  • Published Apr 01 2008
  • Format Paperback
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Stewart, Tabori & Chang

Publishers Text

Dedicated viewers of Alton Brown's acclaimed Food Network show Good Eats know of his penchant for using unusual equipment. He has smoked a salmon in a cardboard box, roasted prime rib in a flowerpot, he's just devoted to using the best - and simplest - tool for the job.

Alton Brown's Gear For Your Kitchen offers honest, practical advice on what's needed and what isn't, what works and what doesn't. For instance: You only need three knives, but they are a lifetime investment. And don't bother with that famous countertop grill - it doesn't get hot enough to properly sear. In his signature science-guy style, Brown begins with advice on kitchen layout and organization, then gets to the lowdown on these cooking elements: Big Things with Plugs; Pots and Pans; Sharp Things; The Tool Box; Small Things with Plugs; Storage and Containment; and Safety and Sanitation.

Gear For Your Kitchen is essential for all of Brown's fans as well as anyone who wants a good guide to great kitchen gear. With more than 125,000 hardcover copies in print, this indispensable - and highly entertaining - book is now offered in a paperback edition that every home cook can afford.



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