How I Taught My Brother to Cook: A Food Memoir and Guide to Simple Improvisational Cooking in the Tu

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  • Respect your food. Play with it too.How many recipes do you have on your kitchen shelf, if you add up all your cookbooks? Ten thousand? Probably more! You like to cook, but searching for a recipe that matches your mood and your pantry has become a chore. It's time to leave rote instructions behind and unleash the confidence to improvise, and discover a style all your own. How I Taught My Brother To Cook is part family memoir, part cookbook and part raucous sibling rivalry. Most of all it's a story of two men's journey: to embrace their family roots in rural Italy and upstate New York, put good food on their family's tables, and avoid the anxiety over diet fad and fashion that afflicts most Americans. Weaving a dialogue in recipes and techniques, the brothers take a lowfalutin approach, though they rarely agree on whose approach is the more unpretentious. Bring your own opinion to the countertop conversation, and your memories of what your own grandparents and parents and favorite aunt fed you, and renew your joy in food.
  • Author:
    John & Patrick Barrows
    Binding:
    Hardcover
    Dewey Decimal Number:
    641
    EAN:
    9781592992980
    ISBN:
    1592992986
    Label:
    Inkwater Pr
    Languages:
    English
    List Price:
    $22.95
    Manufacturer:
    Inkwater Pr
    Number Of Pages:
    192
    Product Group:
    Book
    Product Type Name:
    ABIS_BOOK
    Publication Date:
    2007-09-01
    Publisher:
    Inkwater Pr
    Studio:
    Inkwater Pr
    Title:
    How I Taught My Brother to Cook: A Food Memoir and Guide to Simple Improvisational Cooking in the Tuscan, Provencal, and American Peasant Traditions

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