The ultimate everyday cookbook you'll turn to again and again.
Like her mentor Julia Child, Sara Moulton believes that with the right guidance anyone can become a good cook. After all, great home cooking is in the details. Having the proper tools, understanding temperature and cooking time, and knowing how to balance flavors are simple skills that elevate everyday meals. In Sara Moulton's Home Cooking 101, Sara teaches readers how to a make good dish taste even better.
This invaluable guide is packed with essential techniques, expert tips, and practical advice to sharpen your sense of taste and cultivate confidence in the kitchen. With wit and wisdom, Sara guide readers through the fundamentals, then offers 150 hit recipes to illustrate, step-by-step, the time-tested methods that make each so delicious. You'll learn to navigate your stove, season like a pro, and add umami to a dish while discovering new ideas for weeknight dinners. A stellar cast of guest chefs — including Rick Bayless, Amanda Cohen, Hiroko Shimbo, Jacques Torres, Joanne Chang, and Marc Vetri — also contribute favorite recipes and in-depth lessons on everything from successful stir-frying to choosing the right steaks.
Approachable for beginners and inspiring for home cooks of all levels, this is a cookbook you'll want to keep handy on your kitchen shelf.
|Publisher:||Time Inc. Books|
|Product dimensions:||9.20(w) x 10.10(h) x 1.20(d)|
|Age Range:||16 Years|
About the Author
Sara Moulton kicked off her fifth season as host of public television's "Sara's Weeknight Meals" in October of 2015. It was the latest milestone in a storied career that stretches back more than 30 years. A protégée of Julia Child, Sara was the founder of the New York Women's Culinary Alliance, executive chef of Gourmet magazine, Food Editor of ABC-TV's "Good Morning America," and the host of several well-loved shows on the Food Network during the channel's first decade.
Sara's three cookbooks prior to Home Cooking 101 are Sara Moulton Cooks at Home (2002), Sara's Secrets for Weeknight Meals (2005), and Sara Moulton's Everyday Family Dinners (2010). In August of 2012 Sara began writing "The Healthy Plate," a weekly column for the Associated Press. In January of 2015, she replaced that column with a new one called "KitchenWise."
A teacher at heart, Sara's mission has remained the same for decades -- to help the home cook land a tasty dinner on the table every night.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Very user friendly easy to read and i have been cooking very long time mostly italian based meals and I am not worried about trying something diffrent after 36 ears.
Sara Moulton's Home Cooking 101: How to Make Everything Taste Better is the perfect cookbook for the novice cook. I can see this cookbook being given as a wedding gift, or housewarming gif,t as the cookbook contains updated recipes and well-written directions. The book also contains many color photos illustrating various cooking techniques. Some of the recipes or cooking techniques you'll find in Moulton's cookbook include: *How to Properly Toss a Salad *Ten-Minute Pizza Dough *Herb Butter *Smoky Broccoli Cheddar Soup *Stuffed Red Pepper Salad *Preparing Octopus *Steak Salad with Béarnaise Mayonnaise *Greek Diner Souffled Omelet *Sauteed Hungarian Pork Chops *Stir-Fried Beef *Korean Vegetable Pancakes *Vegetable Fritters with Green Chile-Coconut Chutney *Blasted Chicken (named for the cooking technique) *Taco Night *Sal's Old School Meatballs *Sesame Kale Salad *Grill Pan Garlic Bread *Hasselback Potatoes *Pimiento Mac and Cheese *Creamsicle Pudding Cake Recommend. Review written after downloading a galley from NetGalley.