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Cafe Paradiso Seasons: Vegetarian Cooking Season-by-Season
     

Cafe Paradiso Seasons: Vegetarian Cooking Season-by-Season

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by Denis Cotter
 

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Hidden away in Cork, Ireland, Café Paradiso is considered to serve the best vegetarian cuisine available today. Fortunately for those who live across the pond, renowned chef Denis Cotter has written Café Paradiso Seasons, offering fine vegetarian fare for every season. This cookbook contains 140 delicious recipes, such as:
• Spring

Overview

Hidden away in Cork, Ireland, Café Paradiso is considered to serve the best vegetarian cuisine available today. Fortunately for those who live across the pond, renowned chef Denis Cotter has written Café Paradiso Seasons, offering fine vegetarian fare for every season. This cookbook contains 140 delicious recipes, such as:
• Spring vegetable and herb soup with fresh goat cheese ravioli
• Grilled halloumi with lime and mint
• Parmesan and chili polenta
• Chocolate pecan pie, whiskey ice cream, and darling clementines
• And many more!
This is the ideal cookbook for vegetarians who are looking to challenge themselves with tasty recipes that will charm even the most staunch meat eater. Café Paradiso Seasons was also the winner of the Gourmand World Cookbook Award for Best Vegetarian Cookbook in the World in 2003.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781629143897
Publisher:
Skyhorse Publishing
Publication date:
11/04/2014
Pages:
290
Sales rank:
445,913
Product dimensions:
8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x (d)

Meet the Author

Denis Cotter is an award-winning celebrity chef and owner of the renowned restaurant Café Paradiso, located in Cork City, Ireland. He has been featured on the Irish reality show Guerrilla Gourmet and has taught cooking classes in both Ireland and Canada. He currently resides in Cork, Ireland.

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Cafe Paradiso Seasons: Vegetarian Cooking Season-by-Season 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
While perusing cookbooks recently in the bookstore, I was intrigued by the description on the inside cover of this book and decided to keep reading. I was thrilled by the scrumptious and healthy recipes - just wait until you see the luscious food photography! The food photography is incredibly beautiful- it makes your mouth water just to look at this book! The recipes are arranged by the seasons, which I find very useful. This book was the winner of the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards for the Best Vegetarian Cookbook in the World in 2003. This is an exquisite book- I could tell from the first pages on that it was a labor of love. Chef Cotter owns the Café Paradiso which is describes as an 'unassuming little restaurant in the heart of Cork City in Ireland and has been called the 'best vegetarian restaurant in Europe'....' and one of the best restaurants of any kind' by Frommer. I recently corresponded with Denis by email to tell him hos much I enjoyed his book and I must say that he sent me one of the nicest notes in return. I was delighted to receive his kind reply. So, Denis utilized the best fresh vegetables, cheeses and nuts, just to name a few ingredients, in such inventive ways that most of us would never even imagine. His gratin of roast pumpkin, leeks, corn and hazelnuts in a Gabriel cream cheese is heaven on earth! There are influences from the Far East, from the Mediterranean and from Middle Eastern cuisines. There is truly something for everyone's palate. Desserts know no limits - try the Chocolate pecan pie with whiskey ice cream and darling clementines. Denis recommends using 'Irish whiskey' to poach the clementines since the 'Irish whiskey is very smooth and clean.' You can tell that he has spent many, many hours developing and testing these recipes so that the end results are masterful. And they are really worth for you to try something so extra-ordinary. He spells out each step for you - the instructions are very well written and easy to understand and make. This book is also a great incentive for you to expand your culinary skills- without being overly difficult. I have to say this is the best cookbook I have bought in a very long time and recommend that you buy it right away. You'll be very pleased that you did.