Judy says: For the cook (for the novice to the accomplished): I cannot recommend this book enough! The recipes are simple,delicious and inventive, the photography is fantastic. Every recipe I have made has been a hit. The recipes can be a stand alone meal with perhaps the addition of a salad or bread. Try the Vietnamese Caramel Salmon or Linguine with Fried Lemon Slices and Chili Flakes.
Tegan says: Full-of-flavor recipes from the chef behind restaurants Revel, Joule, and Trove are a true gift. The Korean-fusion cuisine is much more than rice bowls (although I could eat those exclusively for a year and be happy); there are dumplings, noodles, condiments, sauces, veggies, fried chicken and more.
Tegan says: Here’s the perfect hostess/host gift. This gorgeous little book pairs retro-style illustrations reminiscent of the old travel posters with exotic cocktail recipes that are easy and fun to make at home-- and the history of each cocktail. Travel the globe from your home bar!
In 2016, Tegan said: Lovely and delicious! If they like the restaurant, they’ll love the cookbook.
In 2016, Tegan said: This cheerful and charming memoir of an American expat who opened a diner in Paris is a great light read for Francophiles and food lovers.
In 2016, David said: Simple, sophisticated and savvy. The Old Fashioned is an easy to make drink with easy to maintain ingredients. This book covers such a wide variety of flavors and styles it has something to offer for everyone.
In 2016, Wendee said: In a sea of new fabulous cookbooks, this one stands out for its entirely practical approach to cooking one week at a time, and seasonally. Fantastic recipes that allow for a week’s worth of sanity. No more nightly trips to the grocery.