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The 150 Best American Recipes: Indispensable Dishes from Legendary Chefs and Undiscovered Cooks

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The Best of the Best from the Last Decade

Acclaimed by the critics, The Best American Recipes series has long been the universal choice of home cooks and professional chefs as the one infallible source of the year's most dazzling recipes.

Now in The 150 Best American Recipes, two of the food world's most respected professionals pull out all the stops to create the ultimate r
Hardcover, 368 pages
Published September 27th 2006 by Rux Martin/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
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Dec 29, 2014 Sarah marked it as to-read
I had this stuck in my cooked from pile, because it has the Zuni chicken recipe, which I've made. But I made it from the Zuni cafe cookbook, so I will find a different recipe to try from this book. I've heard good things, so am looking forward to trying something new!
jessi lee
Jan 25, 2008 jessi lee rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommended to jessi lee by: my mom
this is the cookbook that i consult first. if you've eaten at my house in the past year, you've probably been served one of these recipes. every single recipe is interesting and good.

my mom got me into it, and is a big fan of the series that this is culled from. since i mainly cook vegetarian, i probably wouldn't have looked at it myself. but there are a bunch of great veggie recipes & great ideas that i've incorporated into other dishes.

some of my favorites: roasted brussel sprouts w/ walnu
I love this cookbook! Originally I had borrowed it from the library but it had too many great recipes! Although a lot of the recipes are nothingvery different or special, I love there are recipes that can work for both informal and formal getherings. The little introduction and tips are wonderful too; they add a personal touch to the cookbook that really add a little something.
The authors collected the best of the best recipes appearing in print in recent years in America. I've tried a number of the recipes and so far they're all winners. Highly recommended.
This is my all time favorite cook book. I think I will make EVERYTHING in it.
Lots of great ideas.
Jalon Fowler
LOVE this cookbook!
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Molly Stevens is the author of All About Roasting and All About Braising, the latter of which won both the James Beard and the IACP cookbook awards. A contributing editor at Fine Cooking magazine, she lives near Burlington, Vermont.
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