Potato (Williams-Sonoma Collection Series)

Overview

Layered in a creamy gratin, shaped into rustic gnocchi with pesto, or puréed into a comforting soup, potatoes are a versatile ingredient in any cook's kitchen. As a light summer dish or a hearty winter supper, potatoes lend themselves to nearly any means of preparation and can be served at any time of year.
Williams-Sonoma Collection Potato offers an array of more than 40 recipes for time-honored favorites as well as delicious new ideas. Whether you want to make perfectly crisp,...

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Overview

Layered in a creamy gratin, shaped into rustic gnocchi with pesto, or puréed into a comforting soup, potatoes are a versatile ingredient in any cook's kitchen. As a light summer dish or a hearty winter supper, potatoes lend themselves to nearly any means of preparation and can be served at any time of year.
Williams-Sonoma Collection Potato offers an array of more than 40 recipes for time-honored favorites as well as delicious new ideas. Whether you want to make perfectly crisp, golden French fries or try spicy roasted fingerling potatoes dipped in a tangy sauce, there are dishes in these pages to please everyone. A chapter of potato salads will help you find an innovative version of this classic using artichokes, feta cheese, or red bell pepper to take along on your next picnic. And, a chapter devoted entirely to breakfast will make your mornings brighter with offerings such as hash browns and sweet potato pancakes with orange-honey butter.
Enticing photographs help you decide which dish to prepare, and photographic side notes highlight key ingredients and techniques, making Potato much more than a fine collection of recipes. An informative basics section and extensive glossary round out all you need to know to make the versatile potato a delicious part of any meal.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780743226820
  • Publisher: Free Press
  • Publication date: 11/5/2002
  • Series: Williams Sonoma Collection Series
  • Pages: 120
  • Sales rank: 634,208
  • Product dimensions: 8.60 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Selma Brown Morrow is an associate food editor at Bon Appétit magazine, where she creates original recipes, tests recipes, and has editorial responsibilities for several columns. Based in southern California, she also teaches cooking classes and has worked as a caterer and party planner.

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