Taking something classic and giving it a new twist, An Apple a Day is a fresh, daily cookbook, filled to the brim with 365 apple recipes carefully selected to reflect the holidays, seasons, and months of the year (Pumpkin-Apple Soup in October; Grilled Turkey Burger with Apple-Chipotle Sauce in July), as well as current culinary trends and decorating projects. Different from other apple cookbooks on the market, this extensive collection of recipes will go far beyond the tried and true apple dishes, to include novel recipes for savory meals such as Risotto with Apples and Crêpes, salads such as Thai-Style Pork Belly with Apples; cocktails such as Frozen Apple Daiquiri—and so much more. Nor will traditional favorites be neglected; the book will offer multiple ways to make applesauce, baked apples, pies, tarts, muffins, crisps, pastries and cookies. The recipes in the book will be accompanied by crafty, room decor and ambience-enhancing projects such as seasonal centerpieces and apple-scented candles, designed for a delightful, multi-sensory apple experience. Notes on apple varieties will instruct on picking the perfect apple for any occasion and sidebars will be used to reflect interesting apple stats, tales from literature and folklore, pairing tips, and surprising apple fun facts. Also sprinkled throughout are quotations and favorite apple recipes shared by some of today’s popular celebrity chefs, reflecting a variety of different cultures and styles of cuisine, such as Michael Gilligan and Ian Kittichai. See, smell, and best of all taste for yourself, hundreds of ways to enjoy one of the world’s most versatile fruits of all time.
|Publisher:||Race Point Publishing|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||32 MB|
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About the Author
Karen Berman is writer and editor who specializes in food and lifestyle topics. Her previous cookbooks include Friday Night Bites: Kick Off the Weekend with Recipes and Crafts for the Whole Family, The Little Black Book of Hors d’ Oeuvres and The Little Black Book of Coffee. She has worked in various editorial capacities on more than 30 cookbooks and has written more articles than she can count for magazines, newspapers and websites. She holds a certificate in cuisine from Le Cordon Bleu in Paris.
Melissa Petitto is a registered dietician and personal chef with an A-list clientele that includes Lucy Liu, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Christy Turlington. After studying at Johnson & Wales University - where she received the top honor of Apprentice Cuisinier - Petitto worked in the test kitchen at Cooking Light magazine. This is her first book.