FoodFest 365!: The Officially Fun Food Holiday Cookbook

FoodFest 365!: The Officially Fun Food Holiday Cookbook

by Yvan Lemoine
     
 

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"[Mr. Lemoine's] desserts . . . verge on spectacular."
--The New York Times

  • Whip up a quick dessert to celebrate Coconut Torte Day on March 13!
  • Stock up on vermouth to celebrate Dry Martini Day on June 19!
  • Up for fried seafood? October 2 is National Fried Scallops Day!

With this fabulously fun cookbook, every day is a

Overview

"[Mr. Lemoine's] desserts . . . verge on spectacular."
--The New York Times

  • Whip up a quick dessert to celebrate Coconut Torte Day on March 13!
  • Stock up on vermouth to celebrate Dry Martini Day on June 19!
  • Up for fried seafood? October 2 is National Fried Scallops Day!

With this fabulously fun cookbook, every day is a holiday--that is, a national food holiday!

In this book, acclaimed chef and Food Network competitor Yvan D. Lemoine shares recipes with a trademark exuberance that invites you to the party! You'll be treated to interesting food trivia alongside easy-to-follow instructions for how to make such mouthwatering goodies as Salted Caramel Popcorn (for Popcorn Day, January 19), Almond Madeleines (for Almond Day, February 16), Spinach and Artichoke Dip (for Artichoke Heart Day, March 16), and many more for each month that follows.

Packed with a refreshing, random mix of recipes associated with each day of the year and festive full-color photos throughout, this delightfully uncommon cookbook is sure to tempt the tastebuds of foodies and free-spirits alike!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781440510007
Publisher:
F+W Media
Publication date:
11/18/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
352
File size:
11 MB
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Meet the Author

Yvan D. Lemoine came to the U.S. from Venezuela at age thirteen and has since earned credits as a pastry chef, chef, bartender, spokesperson, and consultant with his business, iFoods Studio. In 2000, he helped Cyril Renaud open Manhattan's famed Fleur de Sel. Among many TV and radio spots, he most recently appeared on The Food Network's Challenge and Chopped.

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