Bobby Flay's Bold American Food: More Than 200 Revolutionary Recipes

Bobby Flay's Bold American Food: More Than 200 Revolutionary Recipes

by Bobby Flay, Joan Schwartz
     
 

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Trend-setting chef Bobby Flay has created a bold new style of cooking, inspired by southwestern flavours, which has turned his Bobby's Mesa Grill, into one of America's most talked-about restaurants. This book reveals the secrets of his new style.

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Trend-setting chef Bobby Flay has created a bold new style of cooking, inspired by southwestern flavours, which has turned his Bobby's Mesa Grill, into one of America's most talked-about restaurants. This book reveals the secrets of his new style.

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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
Flay, an award-winning chef, restaurateur and cofounder of New York City's excellent, three-year-old Mesa Grill, here dips into the Mesa's Southwestern kitchen to withdraw what's best and innovative. The book's look reflects the sleek panache of the eatery: your eyes glide by big blocks of color and through a playful spaciousness. And Flay's signature boldness is fulfilled, too, in matters culinary. Herbs and spices dominate: pepper, as in red pepper-encrusted tuna steak or jalapeno preserves; cilantro (e.g., shrimp and cilantro pesto quesadilla); garlic; cumin; and basil, to name a few. Flay surveys equipment, techniques and ingredients, makes menu suggestions and in general celebrates the grill and sauces. His powerful flavors and robust imagination infuse the regional corner he has chosen. Collaborator Schwartz is a New York-based editor and food writer. Author tour. (June)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780446517249
Publisher:
Grand Central Publishing
Publication date:
05/31/1994
Pages:
224
Sales rank:
1,128,657
Product dimensions:
8.87(w) x 10.25(h) x 0.87(d)

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