Cooking Techniques With Olive Oil

Cooking Techniques With Olive Oil

by Mary Platis, Laura Bashar

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Overview

How often do you come home from buying a beautiful bottle of extra virgin olive oil and wish you had more uses for it, other than a salad dressing or saut�ing up a quick dish? In this book you will learn the easy cooking techniques of poaching, braising, marinating, infusing, and baking with olive oil. Our goal is to teach you a new way of cooking and to help you master fundamental skills.

Nominated for a Global Ebook Award, this cookbook is a fantastic resource for anyone who enjoys olive oil. You will find detailed descriptions, as well as recipes for vegans and meat eaters alike, including plenty of beautiful and vivid photographs. Cooking Techniques with Olive Oil is fabulous resource for cooks of all experience, from the novice to the professional.

Written by Mary Platis, culinary instructor, owner and chef for the Greek Gourmet catering company and food blogger (CaliforniaGreekGirl.com). Also written and photographed by Laura Bashar, graphic designer, photographer and food blogger (FamilySpice.com).

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016789408
Publisher: Two Extra Virgins
Publication date: 05/17/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 14 MB
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About the Author

Mary Platis teaches culinary classes using a hybrid of recipes derived from her Greek heritage and California�s fresh produce. She emphasizes sustainable and regional foods from farmers markets and local producers in all of her recipes. Mary is a chef, food blogger (CaliforniaGreekGirl.com), Greek olive oil representative for a major olive oil brand, and owns and operates The Greek Gourmet catering company. She is the mother of three and lives in San Diego with her husband and dog, Hershey.

Laura Bashar is a former graphic designer and advertising account executive. She writes regularly for her food blog, FamilySpice.com, where she is able to let her inner artist out and express her creative voice through recipes and photography. She lives in San Diego with her husband and three children.

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