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Cooking In Everyday English: The ABCs of Great Flavor at Home

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Todd English, an award-winning chef, famous restaurateur and PBS television personality, shares his trademark flavor formulas for using readily available ingredients and translating them into simple, tantalizing dishes at home. In this innovative yet approachable cookbook, Todd shares his trade secrets on how to create fresh flavor combinations. Each combination is present ...more
Hardcover, 240 pages
Published October 11th 2011 by Oxmoor House
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i don't usually review the cookbooks i read, but this one from Todd English is unusual enough and useful enough that i wanted to share it. in a fairly slim volume, English covers a very wide range of foods, from basic sauces and spice mixes through app's, soups, salads, entrees and desserts. each recipe is presented with excellent photography, extremely clear descriptions of ingredients and steps and mildly entertaining personal anecdotes. so far, i have made a couple of the dishes and they have ...more
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Madeleine - 5 stars
FINALLY! A cookbook with photos! Photos so gorgeous that you are inspired to read the recipe.
English’s cookbook is thoughtfully laid out and approachable to both basic and advanced chefs. He starts out by outlining the fundamentals of his cooking including spice and herb mixes and then moves on to show how you’d use these in various recipes. Recipes that you want to actually cook.
Oh, and there’s a cocktail section that is truly inspiring.
I really loved the layout of this book, the colourful photos and Todd's take on classic recipes as well as his original ideas...
Maureen Flatley
Not really my favorite chef or restauranteur but this cookbook is a keeper.
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