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Everyday Dorie : the way I cook / Dorie Greenspan ; photographs by Ellen Silverman.
ISBN:
9780544826984
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Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2018.
Physical Description:
357 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
General Note:
"A Rux Martin Book."

Includes index.
Contents:
Nibbles, starters and small meals -- Soups and salads -- Chicken -- Meat of several kinds -- Fish and shellfish -- Vegetable go-alongs and go-alones -- Desserts -- Basics and transformers.
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The James Beard Award-winning and New York Times magazine columnist shares the irresistibly informal food she makes for her husband and friends-- Provided by publisher.
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Summary

To the hundreds of thousands who follow her on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, Dorie Greenspan's food is powerfully cookable--her recipes instant classics. In Everyday Dorie , she invites readers into her kitchen to savor the dishes that she makes all the time, from Miso-Glazed Salmon to Lemon Goop.

What makes a "Dorie recipe"?

Each one has a small surprise that makes it special. Mustard and walnuts in the cheese puffs. Cherry tomatoes stuffed into red bell peppers and oven-charred. Cannellini beans in cod en papillote. The dishes are practical, made with common ingredients from the supermarket, farmers' market, or pantry, like Sweet Chili Chicken Thighs, which is both weeknight simple and fine enough for company, and Eton Mess, a beautifully casual dessert of crumbled meringue, fruit, and whipped cream. They are easygoing, providing swaps and substitutions. They invite mixing and matching. Many can be served as dinner, or as a side dish, or as an appetizer, or hot, cold, or room temperature. And every single one is like a best friend in the kitchen, full of Dorie's infectious love of cooking and her trademark hand-holding directions.


Author Notes

she is the author of five cookbooks, including the award winning Desserts by Pierre Herme & Baking with Julia. She is a columnist for Bon Appetit & her articles & recipes have appeared in The New York Time, Food & Wine & other national publications.

(Publisher Provided) Dorie Greenspan is a food writer and cookbook author. She is also a contributing editor to Parade Magazine, a long-time contributor to Bon Appétit, and food critic for the Louis Vuitton City Guide to New York.

Dorie is the recipient of five James Beard and IACP awards for her cookbooks, including Cookbook of the Year. She's been named to the James Beard Foundation's Who's Who of Food and Beverage in America.

Dorie is the co-author of two cookbooks with Pierre Hermé, Paris's king of pastry, she wrote the Café Boulud Cookbook with Daniel Boulud, and Baking with Julia, the book that accompanied Julia Child's PBS Television Series.

In 2006, Baking From My Home to Yours was published. The book included recipes she's made over 30 years with some of the best chefs in America and France. Her newest book is about France and its food. Around My French Table (publication date, October 2010) is filled with stories of French life and more than 300 recipes.

Dorie is married and has 1 son. She commutes from New York City to Westbrook, Connecticut to Paris, France and back again.

(Bowker Author Biography)


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Publisher's Weekly Review

Greenspan (Around My French Table), five-time James Beard Award winner, shares her favorite day-to-day recipes in this standout cookbook. Greenspan spends part of the year in France, and the Gallic influence is felt in such recipes as a roast chicken with a Dijon vinaigrette, and a salmon brandade. New York's flavors show up in a smoked-salmon and cream-cheese-filled Lower East Side brunch tart; stuffed cabbage; and Basta Pasta potato salad, named for a Manhattan Italian restaurant. There are tastes of her travels as well, such as a Luang Prabang chicken-chili sandwich she ate nightly on a visit to Laos, and a bourbon roasted pork loin inspired by a trip to Kentucky. She offers a wide range of intriguing soups and salads, including a gingered turkey meatball soup; tomato and berry gazpacho; and cauliflower tabbouleh. Easy, delicious weeknight meals abound, such as a quick tahini pork tenderloin; umami-heavy burgers; and squid with miso-seasoned corn; Giverny tomatoes (prepared with lime zest, sugar, and flake salt) and a sheet-pan supper of balsamic chicken with baby potatoes. She includes such exceptional desserts as a molasses coffee cake and chocolate-covered chai tea bars. Whether readers are just discovering Greenspan or are part of her fan base, they will be thrilled with this. (Oct.) © Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.