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Bon Appetit: Keep It Simple: Easy Techniques for Great Home Cooking by Bon Appétit Magazine Editors

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  • ISBN 10 140004636X
  • ISBN 13 9781400046362
  • Published Sep 03 2002
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 224
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Random House USA Inc
  • Imprint Crown Publications

Publishers Text

America’s most popular cooking and entertaining magazine goes back to the basics with more than 175 recipes for simple, satisfying dishes guaranteed to evoke the sheer pleasure of cooking. From eggs to salads to vegetables to side dishes to meats--and, of course, every kind of delectable dessert--each chapter in this cookbook offers classic recipes, followed by exciting variations. You'll find hints on how to streamline the preparation process, advice on buying the right equipment and step-by-step instructions that show you the right way to beat egg whites for a soufflé, degrease a pot of stock, or caramelize creme brulee.
Designed for cooks of all levels and illustrated with beautiful color photos, this volume offers recipes like Wild Mushroom Risotto; Garlic, White Cheddar, and Chipotle Mashed Potatoes; and Roast Beef with Root Vegetables. And in addition to the scrumptious recipes, there are tips and techniques even the most accomplished cook can appreciate, whether it's a refresher course on folding the perfect omelet or a review of the different rises for yeast breads.


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