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For the past six decades, Gourmet magazine has shaped the tastes of America, publishing the best work of the foremost names in the world of food. To create this landmark cookbook, editor in chief and celebrated authority Ruth Reichl and her staff sifted through more than 50,000 recipes. Many were developed exclusively for Gourmet's test kitchens. Others came from renowned food writers and chefs and from the magazine's far-flung readers. Then the editors embarked on an extraordinary series of cook-offs to find the most unforgettable dishes, testing and retesting each one to ensure impeccable results. This collection, the only one of its kind, spans a vast range of cultures and cuisines. With it, you can go back to the time when Beef Wellington ruled the table or prepare something as contemporary as Crispy Artichoke "Flowers" with Salsa Verde. And whether you're cooking a simple supper for two or throwing a cocktail party for fifty, you'll make every dish with more flavor and more flair using The Gourmet Cookbook. It includes With engaging introductions to each chapter by Ruth Reichl, entertaining headnotes, indispensable information about ingredients and techniques, hundreds of tips from Gourmet's test kitchens, and an extensive glossary, The Gourmet Cookbook is the essential kitchen companion for anyone who wants one-of-a-kind recipes and spectacular results every time.
Over 1000 recipes and it shows, the book is massive. The recipes cover cuisine from all over the world and that is wonderful. You can look up recipes such as Japanese, Korean, Thai, French, Hungarian, Jewish, Italian, Mexican, Turkish and many more. This is great if you want to experiment outside of American cuisine. It can be a wonderful way to introduce your family to the cuisine of other cultures. I try to teach my kids about other cultures and we will research an area and learn about that area and I will prepare a dish from that culture, this is one of the cookbooks I turn to when looking for a recipe.
I’m going to give you a classic recipe for Bearnaise sauce but I would like you to watch my friend Chef Todd Mohr’s short video on making Hollandaise sauce. I’m not trying to confuse you but he really explains the technique of making both these sauces which I think is important. Rather than adding the lemon juice at the end, you will add the the vinegar/tarragon reduction.
Here’s a perfect summertime treat exclusively for the grown-ups- sweet, refreshing, and satisfying this Moscato slushie is the perfect cocktail for your summer menu.
Crepes with Lemon Ricotta Cream & Berries #gourmetbreakfast #10Fitch www.10fitch.com
Pan Roasted Veal Chops -If your partner is a meat eater, this is a wonderful recipe that’s easy to prepare and looks great on the plate. Served with a nice Pinot Noir, this will really impress her.
Dijon mustard is a condiment that originated in the city of Dijon, France, and is made from black mustard seeds and white wine or verjuice, the acidic green juice from grapes.
GRILLED SALMON PACKETS – Girl Gone Gourmet | 20-minute grilled salmon packets with grape tomatoes, asparagus, and dill. This is the best kind of dinnertime “fast food”.
Here's an exciting chicken recipe to serve for lunch or dinner. Great year round, but especially for outdoor spring or summer dining. Diabetic-friendly.
Combine all ingredients in a blender or process, and puree until creamy. Serve or pack in your lunch box.
What a tasty and healthy way to start your day. Quinoa is a superfood, after all. 85 Add a comment ...
Add all the ingredients to a pot and bring to a boil over medium heat. Reduce heat to low and cover with a tight-fitting lid. Simmer for 15 minutes and then remove from heat. Purée in a blender or food processor until smooth. Add 1 tablespoon of water at a time if necessary to get the mixture moving. Serves 1 large or 2 small.
Food shopping is different right now, obviously. Stores are running out of staples like flour, beans, pasta, rice and toilet paper (side note: we have a cheap, easy-to-install bidet and we love it), and people are shopping less frequently in an effort to minimize COVID-19 exposure, which means longer stretches of time between trips. This is fine for all your shelf-stable items, like the aforementioned flour, beans, rice, and pasta, but what about fresh fruits and vegetables? A friend texted me a few days ago asking for tips to keep the veggies in her fridge from wilting quickly so as to support her social distancing efforts, and it struck me that other people might be wondering the same thing. Read on for my best produce-life-extending tips.
Prepare the tofu and broccoli: While the potatoes boil, in a small bowl, combine the mustard, mayonnaise, garlic, and some pepper. Place the tofu and broccoli on a baking sheet. Spread the mustard mixture on each piece of tofu, then top with the panko. Drizzle the tofu and broccoli with some olive oil. Season the broccoli with salt and pepper. Roast the tofu and broccoli about 15-18 minutes or until they are browned.