Wild Women in the Kitchen: 101 Rambunctious Recipes & 99 Tasty Talesby The Wild Women Association
Part cookbook, part women's history, Wild Woman in the Kitchen dishes up a scrumptious/i>
Be forewarned: Bland is banned in this exuberant compendium featuring 101 passion-provoking recipes personally contributed and/or tested by Bay Area chefs Lynette Rohrer and Nicole Alper, both distinguished alumnae of the California Culinary Academy in San Francisco.
Part cookbook, part women's history, Wild Woman in the Kitchen dishes up a scrumptious smorgasbord of treats for the taste buds: spicy revelations about some of the world's most stimulating women and the meals that made them sizzle, and dozens of piquant quotations on the pleasures of the palate.
Fans of unconventional females and unconditionally delicious food will find much to savor in these pages. Like the saucy rebels and red-hot mamas (not to mention a few truly tough cookies) who inspired it, this spirited volume stirs the imagination, seduces the senses, and serves up some very nourishing sustenance for the soul.
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How many cookbooks would you actually bring to bed with you? The recipes are yummy and the stories are like its jacket suggests: tasty! From the page where it shows the image transformation of Betty Crocker, to the Scallops in Champagne Sauce that accompanies the life of Josephine Baker, this book is a feast for the hungry and creative spirit! A cookbook that is like a jug of Sangria! I am going to try the Duck a l'Orange recipe this weekend. If you want more than just 1-2-3 steps on food preparation, join the wild women in their kitchen and bedroom!