Roberta's Cookbook

Author: Carlo Mirarchi

Publisher: Clarkson Potter


Category: Cooking

Page: 288

View: 679

The Brooklyn destination the New York Times called “one of the most extraordinary restaurants in the country”—which began as a pizza place and quickly redefined the urban food landscape—releases its highly anticipated debut cookbook. When Roberta’s opened in 2008 in a concrete bunker in Bushwick, it was a pizzeria where you could stop in for dinner and stumble out hours later, happy. It’s still a down-the-rabbit-hole kind of place but has also become a destination for groundbreaking food, a wholly original dining experience, and a rooftop garden that marked the beginning of the urban farming movement in New York City. The forces behind Roberta’s—chef Carlo Mirarchi and co-owners Brandon Hoy and Chris Parachini—share recipes, photographs, and stories meant to capture the experience of Roberta’s for those who haven’t been, and to immortalize it for those who’ve been there since the beginning.

Fodor's New York City

Author: Fodor's Travel Guides

Publisher: Fodor's Travel


Category: Travel

Page: 512

View: 621

Written by locals, Fodor's travel guides have been offering expert advice for all tastes and budgets for 80 years. The lights, the sounds, the energy: New York City is the quintessential American city, an exciting, constantly changing destination that people visit over and over. Fodor's New York City, with color photos throughout, captures the universal appeal of the city's world-renowned museums, iconic music venues, Broadway spectacles, and, of course, gastronomic delights. This travel guide includes: · Dozens of full-color maps · Hundreds of hotel and restaurant recommendations, with Fodor's Choice designating our top picks · Major sights such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Times Square, Empire State Building, Museum of Art, Brooklyn Bridge, Statue of Liberty, American Museum of Natural History, Central Park, 9/11 Memorial and Museum, and the High Line · Coverage of Lower Manhattan; Soho, Nolita, Little Italy, and Chinatown; The East Village and the Lower East Side; Greenwich Village and the West Village; Chelsea and the Meatpacking District; Union Square, the Flatiron District, and Gramercy Park; Midtown East; Midtown West; The Upper East Side; Central Park; The Upper West Side; Harlem; Brooklyn; Queens, The Bronx, and Staten Island Planning to focus on Brooklyn? Check out Fodor's Brooklyn travel guide.

Brunetti's Cookbook

Author: Roberta Pianaro

Publisher: Open Road + Grove/Atlantic


Category: Cooking

Page: 289

View: 938

Among their many pleasures, Donna Leon’s Commissario Guido Brunetti novels have long been celebrated for their mouth-watering descriptions of food. Multicourse lunches at home with Paola and the children, snacks grabbed at a bar with a glass of wine or two, a quick sandwich during a busy day, or a working lunch at a neighborhood trattoria in the course of an investigation have all delighted Brunetti, as well as Leon’s readers and reviewers. And then there’s the coffee, the pastries, the wine, and the grappa. In Brunetti’s Cookbook, Donna Leon’s best friend and favorite cook brings to life these fabulous Venetian meals. Eggplant crostini, orrechiette with asparagus, pumpkin ravioli, roasted artichokes, baked branzino, pork ragu with porcini these are just a few of the over ninety recipes for antipasti, primi, secondi, and dolci. The recipes are joined by excerpts from the novels, four-color illustrations, and six original essays by Donna Leon on food and life in Venice. Charming, insightful, and full of personality, they are the perfect addition to this long awaited book.

A Lombardian Cookbook

Author: Alessandro Pavoni

Publisher: Random House Australia


Category: Cooking

Page: 224

View: 748

Lombardian chef Alessandro Pavoni believes that cooking and eating are social events, and he celebrates this each day in his three Sydney restaurants, the two-hatted Ormeggio at the Spit, Chiosco by Ormeggio, and Via Alta in Willoughby, which specialises in the food of Lombardy. In this beautifully illustrated cookbook, Alessandro shares the treasured family recipes of his homeland and youth. Located in the north of Italy, Lombardy boasts a diverse landscape, from snow-covered Italian Alps and lakes, to the plains of the River Po, from where risotto rice hails. This geographic diversity is reflected in the food - cave-aged cheeses and cured meats, polenta, tender meat cooked over a wood-fired spit and, of course, risotto. Lombardy is home to some of Italy's most famous dishes, including osso bucco, bollito misto with salsa verde and mustard fruits and panettone, and Alessandro parts with his versions of these classics here, along with over 100 more of his treasured recipes, such as Ricotta and Spinach Gnocchi, Buckwheat Polenta with Sausage and Gorgonzola, Risotto Milanese and Pappardelle with Elsa's Wild Boar Ragu.

Sydney Seafood School Cookbook

Author: Roberta Muir

Publisher: Random House Australia


Category: Cooking

Page: 233

View: 172

For more than 20 years, Sydney Seafood School has been teaching us how to prepare and cook the wonderful array of seafood found in our oceans and rivers. Now, for the first time, the School shares its wealth of tips and techniques, along with more than 80 outstanding recipes from Australia's leading chefs. Try your hand at Pete Evans' garlic prawns, David Thompson's grilled barramundi curry or Alex Herbert's fish'n'chips. Or treat your friends and family to Tetsuya's crudo of leatherjacket, Neil Perry's bar rock cod tagine or Frank Camorra's Galician-style octopus. There's also expert advice on choosing and storing seafood, plus step-by-step photos of essential techniques, including filleting and butterflying fish, shucking oysters, cleaning squid and octopus, and preparing crabs, prawns and bugs. With beautiful photos of all the recipes to help you decide what to make, and illustrations of the various species so you know what to look for at the fishmonger, Sydney Seafood School Cookbookwill give you the know-how and confidence to prepare seafood at home - with delicious results every time.

Cake Ball Recipes: Tasty Cake Ball Cookbook For You

Author: Roberta Newton

Publisher: Usama Ahmed


Category: Cooking

Page: 14

View: 662

Cake balls are wonderful, but extremely difficult to make at the best of times. You are going to be left scratching your head without a good recipe book in hand. Roberta Newton brings to you one of the best collection of cake ball recipes you are ever going to see. Enjoy making cake balls the right way!

The Unofficial Mad Men Cookbook

Inside the Kitchens, Bars, and Restaurants of Mad Men

Author: Judy Gelman

Publisher: BenBella Books, Inc.


Category: Cooking

Page: 275

View: 140

“Part cookbook, part annotated episode guide, this entertaining read has everything the die-hard Mad Men fan needs to host a fantastic cocktail party.” —Library Journal Those who love Mad Men or midcentury style can now enjoy this unauthorized cookbook with more than 70 recipes from the kitchens, bars, and restaurants seen on the addictive TV show. Ever wish you could prepare Oysters Rockefeller and a martini like they did at one of Roger Sterling’s favorite haunts, the Grand Central Oyster Bar? Ever wonder how Joan Harris manages to prepare a perfect crown roast in her tiny apartment kitchen? Or about the connection between Jackie Kennedy’s 1962 White House tour and Betty Draper’s Valentine’s Day room service order? From the tables of Manhattan’s legendary restaurants and bars to the Drapers’ Around the World dinner, this is your entrée to the culinary world of Mad Men–era New York. Packed with photos and period detail, it includes such authentic recipes as: * Playboy Whiskey Sour * Sardi’s Steak Tartar * Connie’s Waldorf Salad * Sal’s Spaghetti and Meatballs * Pat Nixon’s Date Nut Bread * Lindy’s Cherry Cheesecake “Offers an exhaustive history of New York dining in the 1960s, right down to the actual recipes used in Draper haunts like Sardi’s.” —Associated Press

A Sardinian Cookbook

Author: Giovanni Pilu



Category: Cooking

Page: 240

View: 960

Born in Sardinia, Giovanni Pilu moved to Australia in 1992 full of enthusiasm and passion for the unique flavours of his homeland. In this, his first book, Giovanni celebrates a distinctive regional Italian cuisine based on simple ingredients prepared with minimum fuss, and a food culture firmly rooted in the hospitality that is an essential element of life in a harsh Mediterranean landscape. A place where cheese is served at every meal, and bread must always be on the table. From bread to desserts, passing by meat, game and vegetables, Giovanni’s wide range of recipes are a colourful yet accessible insight into the food that is in his blood and close to his heart.

The Vegetarian Shabbat Cookbook

Author: Roberta Kalechofsky



Category: Cooking

Page: 242

View: 166

This cookbook combines the great holiday of Shabbat with over 150 delicious vegan recipes adapted to the tradition of cooking early on Friday - or even the day before - with food that can be easily used for lunch the next day. With suggestions for summer/spring outdoor Shabbat dinners, or outdoor Saturday lunch spreads, readers will also find recipes for a dinner for two or four as well as a large crowd for Saturday dinner. A concise introduction on the significance of Shabbat will make this cookbook a must-have for all Jewish kitchens.

Round the World Cookbook

Author: Jane Asher

Publisher: Longman




View: 708

This pack contains one copy of each of the pupil's books from the Food topic.