The Every Day Gourmet: Quick and Healthy Recipes from Around the World

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More than 100 healthy and easy-to-make recipes that let you create exotic dishes with delicious natural and whole foods

• Delightful recipes that bring the culinary world to your doorstep with nutritious, unforgettable meals

• Includes tips on the shortcuts many professionals use to make shopping, cooking, and cleanup as easy as possible

Tired of eating the same old thing night after night? Looking to spice up your life with a healthy international adventure? In his wonderfully ...

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Overview

More than 100 healthy and easy-to-make recipes that let you create exotic dishes with delicious natural and whole foods

• Delightful recipes that bring the culinary world to your doorstep with nutritious, unforgettable meals

• Includes tips on the shortcuts many professionals use to make shopping, cooking, and cleanup as easy as possible

Tired of eating the same old thing night after night? Looking to spice up your life with a healthy international adventure? In his wonderfully offbeat new cookbook, The Every Day Gourmet, chef Michael Malkoff offers up more than 100 hip, healthy, and easy-to-make recipes that let you create exotic dishes in minutes, meals that use the delicious natural and whole foods you want without making you a slave to your kitchen.

These delightful recipes bring the world to your doorstep as you discover the simplicity of some of the world's great culinary traditions while preparing nutritious, unforgettable meals, packed with fresh vegetables, herbs, and spices. Enjoy the foreign pleasures of such global peasant foods as the noodle dishes of the orient and the pasta and polenta of Italy. Create such regional culinary specialties as Middle Eastern Black-Eyed Pea Soup, Sweet Potato Salad, Vegetarian Pad Thai, Panang Curry Salmon, Swordfish a la Turk, and Grilled Chicken Yucatan-Style. In addition to his recipes, Michael includes tips on the shortcuts many professionals use to make shopping, cooking, and cleanup as easy as possible. Invite The Every Day Gourmet into your kitchen and make every meal a delectable experience well worth your valuable time.

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Editorial Reviews

Chris Kilham
"In his search for the perfect meal, Michael Malkoff introduces us to a world of smart cooking tips and great recipes. After reading The Every Day Gourmet, I wanted to call Michael and place a huge take-out order on the spot. Well done!"
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"In his search for the perfect meal, Michael Malkoff introduces us to a world of smart cooking tips and great recipes. After reading The Every Day Gourmet, I wanted to call Michael and place a huge take-out order on the spot. Well done!"
author of The Whole Food Bible "In his search Chris Kilham
"In his search for the perfect meal, Michael Malkoff introduces us to a world of smart cooking tips and great recipes. After reading The Every Day Gourmet, I wanted to call Michael and place a huge take-out order on the spot. Well done!"
Paulette Bochnig Sharkey
"A self-described "ovo-lacto, pseudomacro, poultry-eatin' son of a sea cook," Malkoff offers an entertaining guide to adding pizzazz to meals without spending more than an hour in the kitchen. The 100+ recipes call for lots of fresh fruits and vegetables, herbs and spices. They provide a good sampling of global cuisine, from humble (Arroz: A la Mexicana) to sophisticated (Panang Curried Salmon with Asparagus). Seafood and poultry each warrant their own chapter, but no red meat recipes appear.
Malkoff's lively personal comments, smart tips, and interesting facts about food and cooking make delightful reading. Drawing on his experience as caterer, food stylist, and culinary instructor, he explains the why of many steps in his recipes, something too often missing from cookbooks. He's a firm believer in shortcuts to make shopping, cooking, and cleanup as easy as possible so that more time can be devoted to eating. Food clearly has sensual appeal to Malkoff, but perhaps he goes a bit far when he cautions at the start of his gnocchi recipe, "Don't try to make love after you eat a plateful of these dumplings."
Instructions are clear and well-organized, with substitutes suggested for the occasional unusual ingredient. Of particular note are the generic quick bread/muffin recipe with variations and the shortcut guide to marinades and sauces. Indexed and attractively designed, with plenty of white space for notes. Highly recommended." ---
From Independent Publisher, March/April 1999
Independent Publisher
Malkoff's lively personal comments, smart tips, and interesting facts about food and cooking make delightful reading. Drawing on his experiance as a caterer, food stylist, and culinary intructor, he explains the why of many steps in his recipes, something too often missing in cookbooks. . . . Highly recommended.
—March/April 1999
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780892817856
  • Publisher: Inner Traditions/Bear & Company
  • Publication date: 11/28/1998
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 160
  • Product dimensions: 7.80 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Michael Malkoff has worked as a food stylist and food coordinator on numerous cooking shows. For years he was a partner in Satori, a Boston restaurant specializing in vegetarian and hearty Mediterranean fare, and the proprietor of Mmmm Catering. He currently is a culinary instructor in the Boston area and is developing the TV version of The Every Day Gourmet, a visual experience to complement the taste sensations of his recipes. 

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Table of Contents

 Preface

Introduction 

Appetizers

Homestyle Smoked Salmon Board
Chili Jicama Sticks
Salmon Tartare
Tempora
Vegetable Hummus
Nori Rolls
Pad Chix Stix
Seviche
Oysters with Ponazu and Wasabi
My Favorite Mussels
Citrus Satay

Soups

Miso Ginger Udon
Middle Eastern
Black-eyed Pea Soup
Sunset Soup
Seafood Gumbo
Thai Chicken-Coconut Soup
Chinatown Chicken Noodle Soup

Salads

Warm Citrus Shrimp Vinaigrette
Marinated Tomato Salad
Oriental Broccoli Salad
Eggplant Salad
Shimp Salad Remoulade
Sweet Potato Salad
Middle-Eastern Date and Orange Salad
Fattoush
Carrot Salad with Mint
Thai Pineapple-Chicken Salad
Bitter Greens Salad with Orange-Sesame Dressing
Sherry Shallot Chicken Salad
Mesclun Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette and Shrimp Hearts
Roasted Garlic Dressing
Asparagus Vinaigrette
Ensalada Tri Colore
Tomatillo Salad
Fresh Spinach with Lemon-Semame Sauce
Orange-Ginger Spinach with Scallops

Vegetables

Collard Greens with Mustard Vinaigrette
String Beans with Fresh mint
Middle eastern Veggie Stew
Corn with Chili and Lime
Stir-Fried Watercress
Veggie Ribbons with Yogurt Sauce
Roasted Eggplant Saute
Oven-"Fried" Okra
Orange-Flavored Spinach with Pine Nuts
Marjoram Mushrooms
Simple Eggplant
Root-Vegatable Crepes
Fire-Roasted Eggplant Timbales

Pasta, Grains, and Potatoes

Yakisoba
Mongolian Flatbread
Flat-Crust Pizza Dough
Sicilian Pizza Dough
Dilled Rice
Gnocchi
Rosemary Roasted Potatoes
Greek Spinach-Rice
Lemon Herbed Rice
Vegetarian Pad Tai
Whole-Spice Pilaf
Pressure-Cooked Brown Rice with Wheat Berries
Eliopita
Arroz a la Mexicana
Mushroom Lo Mein
Polenta Puttanesca
Paella
Pasta, My Way
Southtown Corn Bread
Pineapple Shrimp-Fried Rice
Cardamom Pilaf
Veggie Jambalaya

Seafood

Panang Curried Salmon with Asparagus
Mustard-Tarragon Shark Kebabs
Salmon-Corn Dumplings in Fresh Tomato Soup
BBQ Salmon with Pineapple
Salmon and Crab Rolls
Red Pepper Puree
Block Island Stew
Baked Fish, Yucatan Style
Tandoori Trout
Parchment-Baked Fish Filet with Spicy Cilantro Pesto
Swordfish a la Turk
Trout with Red Wine, Rosemary, and Mint
Oven-Steamed Fish with Ginger -Scallion Sauce

Poultry

Sage Balsamic Chicken
Green Green Chicken
Jerk Chicken
Orange Cornish Game Hens
Mongolian BBQ
Poulet a la Diable
Green Curry Chicken
Green Curry Paste
Chicken Creole
Shish Taouk
Grilled Chicken, Yucatan Style
Pecan-Lime Chicken
Thai Citrus-Grilled Chicken
Fajitas
Chicken Picatta
Chicken, Onion, and Apple
Suki Sake
Five Spice Turkey Tenders

Desserts

Grilled-Pineapple Skewers
Almond Cake with Strawberry Sauce
Strawberry Sorbet
Mount Fuji Apple Bake
Grilled Bananas with Dark Rum
Strawberries Modena
Oranges with Mint
Pineapple in White Wine
Fresh Fruit Marsala
Figs, Sherry, and Vanilla
Fruit Cobbler
Caramel Corn
Quick Breads and Muffins
Everyday Apple Pie

Shortcut Guide to Marinades and Quick Sauces


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