Rustic Spanish Williams Sonoma

Author: Williams-Sonoma
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1681881039
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Featuring more than 100 easy-to-follow and delicious recipes, this book delivers authentic Spanish cuisine to home cooks everywhere! Love the delicious, made-for-sharing native cuisine of Spain? Rustic Spanish presents a robust collection of authentic Spanish dishes, including both traditional favorites and contemporary fare, along with suggested wine pairings and ingredient guides. Six comprehensive chapters are filled with a diverse range of beloved Spanish fare, and accompanied by beautiful and descriptive full-color photographs and illustrations. Chapter 1: Starters Mixed Tapas, Patatas Bravas, Grilled Spring Onions with Romesco Sauce, Piquillo Peppers Stuffed with Salt Cod Brandada, Cádiz-Style Shrimp Fritters, Moorish-Spiced Pork Kebabs, Country-Style Pâté of Pork Liver, Bocadillos with Cheese, Anchovies & Peppers, Catalan-Style Flatbreads Chapter 2: Soups & Salads Butternut Squash Soup with Chorizo & Pimentón Croutons, Cold Tomato & Garlic Soup (salmorejo), Basque Leek & Potato Stew, Castilian Garlic Soup, Spanish Broth with Fideo Noodles, Mallorcan Summer Salad , Ensalada Mixta Potato Salad with Lemon Mojo Chapter 3: Eggs, Pastas, Rice & More Migas, Huevos Casados (“married eggs”), Flamenco-Style Eggs, Tortilla Española, Arroz a Banda (rice with fish & potatoes), Vegetable Paella, Chicken & Shellfish Paella, Spanish Noodles with Fish, Clams & Shrimp, Ravioli Stuffed with Torta del Casar Cheese Chapter 4: Seafood, Poultry & Meat Trout Stuffed with Ham, White Fish & Clams in Salsa Verde, Catalan-Style Stuffed Squid , Turkey & Pine-Nut Meatballs in Saffron Broth, Chicken in Tomato Sauce, Pork Tenderloin with Prunes & Port Wine, Fresh Pork Sausages with White Beans & Allioli, Braised Oxtails, Braised Beef with Mushrooms Chapter 5: Sides Swiss Chard with Raisins & Pine Nuts, Artichokes with Almond Sauce, Oven-Roasted Wild Mushrooms with Garlic & Parsley, Menestra (a sautéed vegetable medley), Cabbage & Potato Trinxat (served with fried pancetta), Mallorcan Vegetable Bake, Patatas a la Importancia, La Rioja–Style Potatoes, Empanada with Swiss Chard & Chorizo Chapter 6: Sweets & Drinks Watermelon Ice, Basque Almond Cookies, Leche Frita (“fried milk”—truly custard), Spanish Fruit Salad, Turrón Nougat Ice Cream, Manchego Cheese Flans, Crema Catalana, Gin & Tonic Sorbet, Spanish Hot Chocolate, Horchata, Sangría, Caramel Flan Additional sections include Basic Recipes and Spanish Pantry staples. With Rustic Spanish you can now experience the bold flavors of Spain without leaving your kitchen

Williams Sonoma Rustic Italian

Author: Domenica Marchetti
Editor: Weldon Owen International
ISBN: 168188030X
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Bring the bold and beloved flavors of Italy into your kitchen with this enticing collection of authentic dishes made modern. Domenica Marchetti is back with her stellar Italian cooking and more great recipes in Rustic Italian. With over 80 recipes for simple, seasonal Italian fare, exquisite hand-painted illustrations, and gorgeous full-color photography, this book celebrates an irresistible cuisine and will inspire home cooks everywhere. This expanded version of the 2011 title features more than 20 new recipes—such as burrata with shaved fennel and pink grapefruit, tagliatelle with juniper-spiced short rib ragu, creamy lemon risotto with asparagus, and roasted swordfish with Ligurian herb sauce—along with new illustrations and photography. Domenica’s narrative notes and suggested wine pairings accompany every recipe. An ingredient glossary, comprehensive guide to salumi and cheese, and an Italian wine primer round out this gorgeous cookbook.

Williams Sonoma The Wine Guide

Author: Larry Walker
Editor: Oxmoor House
ISBN: 9780848726065
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Expert advice on buying, tasting, serving, and storing wine Detailed information on the world's wine regions Useful facts about shapes of bottles, wine glasses, and decanters.

Williams Sonoma Cooking At Home

Author: Chuck Williams
Editor: Weldon Owen International
ISBN: 168188061X
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“A painstakingly thorough aid that has something to offer everyone, from the culinary novice to the seasoned home cook.”—Tom Colicchio, James Beard Award-winning chef/owner Crafted Hospitality For nearly 60 years, Williams-Sonoma has connected and inspired home cooks with the best cooking equipment and kitchen-tested recipes. Cooking at Home celebrates that legacy with recipes culled from its award-winning publishing program, which was guided by Chuck Williams for more than two decades. More than just a recipe collection, the book features a wealth of informative tips, techniques, and cooking know-how. Re-released and updated in celebration of Chuck Williams’ 100th birthday, Cooking at Home features over 1000 recipes from the Williams-Sonoma publishing program, which Chuck guided. In addition, the book includes 100 recipes from Chuck’s personal recipe collection. The book’s 22 chapters cover cooking topics from A-Z, making it a complete cooking reference book you can use every day, whatever you are in the mood for and whatever the occasion. Be sure to check out “Chuck’s Finds,” which highlight special merchandise that Chuck introduced in his Williams-Sonoma stores to the U.S. public. “A compilation of his favorite recipes spanning decades. These dishes are classics in their own right.”—Thomas Keller, James Beard Award-winning chef/owner The French Laundry “A visual and tactile treat containing a comprehensive array of eclectic cooking and prep tips (two per page) presented with a sophisticated aesthetic . . . a book for everyone, a beautiful gift, and a practical long-term tool for the coziest room in the house.”—Publishers Weekly

Williams Sonoma Essentials Of French Cooking

Author: Georgeanne Brennan
Editor: Oxmoor House
ISBN: 9780848732943
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Long before anyone on this side of the Atlantic was devoted to eating seasonally and locally, the French were doing precisely that, just as they had been for centuries. Although the high-end haute cuisine of Paris exported itself far and wide many decades ago, the varied regional cooking styles of France continue to reveal themselves to the world and dazzle those fortunate enough to experience them firsthand. Williams-Sonoma's Essentials of French Cooking takes you on a meandering food lover's tour of France, from the windswept coastline of Brittany, where the lamb tastes of the salty fields on which it grazes, southward through Gascony, with its bracing Armagnac and rib-sticking cassoulet, to the delicious fish stews of Marseilles and the Mediterranean, and back up through Burgundy, where the wine flows from some of the world's greatest vineyards and the local Dijon mustard makes a perfect sauce for the local rabbit. In these pages you'll also explore the fascinating intersections of culture and gastronomy in Alsace, where potatoes, cabbage, and beer lend a Germanic heft to the traditional menu; sunny Provence, where dishes made with tomatoes, garlic, olives, and basil link its cooking to that of neighboring Italy; and the Basque country, where Spanish flavors and Moorish spices like saffron and cumin have seeped over the Pyrenees. In addition to presenting a wide range of traditional, regional main dishes to build meals around, this collection of more than 140 carefully selected recipes covers a full range of courses and techniques, from silky baked farm-fresh eggs to brilliantly simple preparations for every season's vegetables through the most luxurious chocolate creams and satisfying rustic fruit tarts. And while terroir plays an undeniable role in this cuisine, true French cooking is comfort food for family and friends, which translates everywhere. A comprehensive glossary and a section on basic stocks and sauces help you fill your pantry with the authentic elements and bring one of the world's most admired cuisines home to your table.

Lead In Housewares

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Energy and Commerce. Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations
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Country Living

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A Late Dinner

Author: Paul Richardson
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing UK
ISBN: 9780747593805
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A Late Dinneris a vivid, evocative and often humour journey through Spain and Spanish cuisine. Richardson depicts the dramatic changes that have gripped Spanish life over the last quarter century, and explores the extremes of culture and food from the rustic to the avant-garde. A Late Dinnertakes readers from the typical coastal cuisine most associated with Spain to the traditional shepherd cooking of the mountains to the cities of Madrid, Barcelona and Seville, where creativity and innovation are now setting the trend for modern cuisine across the globe. Richardson traces the roots of Spanish cooking to the landscape, the people and the history of this beautiful and complex country.

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The Insiders Guide To Austin

Author: Cam Rossie
Editor: Falcon Guides
ISBN: 9781573800754
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An illustrated guide to Austin, Texas.

Wine Spirits

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Black Enterprise

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Pacific Rural Press

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The Wine Spectator

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New York City Restaurant Access

Author: Access Guides
Editor: Access Press (HarperCollins)
ISBN: 9780062771308
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A culinary melting pot, New York City offers ethnic menus that include--and reach far beyond--pasta. From tandoori chicken from India to mole from Mexico, this guide's got it all. Color-coded entries highlight everything you need to know about where to find the city's best restaurants, fancy food shops, stories stocking the latest pots and pans, and bookshops that specialize in the art and preparation of food.

California And Alaska

Author: William Seward Webb
Editor: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons
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"Webb (1851-1926) began his career as a physician, but turned to business and the railroad industry in particular after marrying into the Vanderbilt family. His railroads were instrumental in opening the Adirondacks to tourism in the late nineteenth century. This beautifully illustrated volume documents a private rail journey taken by Webb and several friends and family members through the American and Canadian West. The party stopped at Denver, Colorado Springs, Santa Fe, Santa Monica, Los Angeles, Monterey, the Yosemite Valley, San Francisco, Montana, the Canadian Rockies, Vancouver, Sitka, and Victoria"--Bookseller's catalogue.

Insiders Guide To Austin

Author: Hilary Hylton
Editor: Falcon Guides
ISBN: 9780762729975
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Written by local authors with years of experience writing about their communities, the "Insiders' Guides" provide newcomers, visitors, and business travelers with a native's perspective of the area. Maps, photos, & index.