A cookbook that reinvents the American classic, macaroni and cheese, with gourmet ingredients, handcrafted artisan cheeses, and unique flavor combinations.
MELT: THE ART OF MACARONI AND CHEESE is the first book to marry the American standard, macaroni and cheese, with handcrafted artisan cheeses and a wide array of pastas, producing dishes that are both classic and chic. Home cooks of all levels will be encouraged to incorporate fresh, simple ingredients into the everyday comfort food they know and love. Featuring such unexpected and delicious combinations as Beecher's Flagship Cheddar with Avocado, Lime, and Shell Pasta; Drunken Goat, Fennel, Edamame, Mint, and Rotini; and Pumpkin Stuffed with Fontina, Italian Sausage, and Macaroni, MELT takes mac and cheese out of the box and elevates it to a level that will delight even the most sophisticated palates.
With gorgeous color photography throughout, MELT is a compendium of inventive recipes that will add a fresh twist to the family dinner or play a starring role at your next dinner party.
Stephanie Stiavetti is a writer, recipe developer, and culinary media maven residing in San Francisco, California. Her work has been featured on NPR, The Huffington Post, KQED, Culinate, and Serious Eats. You can find her online at TheCulinaryLife.com.
Garrett McCord is a freelance food writer, writing teacher, and recipe developer living in San Francisco. He has written for Gourmet Live, The Huffington Post, Epicurious, Cheese Connoisseur, and many other online and print publications. You can find him at VanillaGarlic.com.
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Just in time for cozy comfort food! MELT gives you a great excuse to stay home and cook something and enjoy all the lusciousness that creamy cheese, pasta and gourmet accompaniments provide. Just pick your favorite flavors and prepare yourself for a delicious treat for your tastebuds. With winter fast approaching, what better excuse to turn on the oven and enjoy the results of an updated taste of an old standby. Just pour your glass of wine and enjoy! And what a wonderful Christmas gift for all your foodie friends!
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