Eat This Book (Hardcover) by Florence, Tyler
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Hardcover; Published 4/5/2005; 288 Pages; ISBN 9781400052370
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While traveling the globe as the host of Food Network’s hit TV shows Tyler’s Ultimate and Food 911, Tyler Florence developed a unique perspective on how Americans like to eat and cook today—and on how to help them with their daily cooking challenges. In Eat This Book, Tyler draws inspiration from kitchens around the world to enliven America’s favorite foods in more than 150 new real kitchen recipes for everyday occasions.
Now you can wake up tired weeknight chicken with the zing of North African spices. Turn Sunday’s same old spaghetti dinner into an authentic Italian abbondanza with Pappardelle Bolognese and Veal Saltimbocca alla Romana. Hit a home run on game day with Fresh Tortilla Chips, Guacamole, and Farmstand Salsa. Each recipe zeroes in on the bright notes of fresh, global fare and a handful of readily available ingredients that engage the senses and spark the palate, and all are as easy to prepare as they are flavorful.
From the simple pleasures of midnight fridge raids to the exotic and sophisticated, Eat This Book satisfies an array of hunger pangs in chapters that truly speak to the way we eat today:
Eating introduces pantry basics with a twist, like Lemon-Caper Mayonnaise and Ginger-Soy Vinaigrette;
Devouring presents snacks and cocktail bites such as Toasted Almonds in Chile Oil and Sautéed Feta Cheese;
Noshing offers crowd-pleasing fare for impromptu gatherings like Cold Sesame Noodles and Grilled Pizza with Mozzarella di Bufala;
Consuming lays out easy dishes for weeknight suppers, including Roasted Chicken Stuffed with Lemon and Herbs and Pan-Seared Tuna with Avocado;
Tasting harvests ideas from the summer garden such as Spanish Gazpacho and Roasted Corn with Parmesan and Cayenne;
Savoring serves up hot pots for cold nights, like Braised Brisket and Buttery Turnips; and
Licking the plate clean showcases irresistible desserts, including Peach and Blueberry Crostata and Chocolate Tart.
Packed with the excitement of a culinary wanderlust fulfilled and all the comforts of coming home again, Eat This Book proves there’s really no reason to eat out when the food from your own kitchen can be so delicious.
Tyler Florence honed his culinary skills in New York City alongside some of its premier chefs, including Charlie Palmer at Aureole, Marta Pulini at Mad 61, and Rick Laakonen at River Cafe. He can be seen regularly on Food Network’s Food 911, Tyler’s Ultimate, and How to Boil Water.
It is alot of recipes that I would probably never cook, with ingredients that I would have to go looking for. Although they look like wonderful receipes, I would probably only use them for entertaining.
Very nice book! I love the fresh new ways to prepare old favorites, and the presentation is fun. Very enticing.
I love Tyler Florence and I think he should have more air time on sat. so I can watch more of his recipes. I cook alot of his stuff and I enjoyed making all of them and lucky me they all come out delicious. Keep up the good work
I bought this as part of a gift for a friend because we do weekly dinners together, switching back and forth who is host. This has some delicious recipes that I cannot wait to try.
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To prep an avocado, slice it in half lengthwise, then twist it to separate the halves. Gently whack your knife into the pit, then twist to lift it out. To make diced avocado, make criss-cross cuts just down to the skin and use a spoon to scoop flesh out. Use a prepped avocado immediately, though- the exposed flesh browns very quickly.