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8 thoughts on “The Short Stack Cookbook

  1. says:

    I reviewed this book for NetGalleyThe contributors of this cookbook are passionate about food and the importance of the roles it plays in life From fuel to joyous entertainment food is in almost every area of lifeThis cookbook begins with 18 different foods bacon eggs apples and others and has recipes from many different sources which have been tweaked or completely redone to create fresh and healthy recipes From Fresh Tomato Blo

  2. says:

    The Short Stack Cookbook Ingredients That Speak Volumes by Nick Fauchald and Kaitlyn Goalen is an enthusiastic cook book It

  3. says:

    The idea of having bookschapters devoted to certain ingredients is cute but for every 1 interesting innovative recipe there are 3 that wouldn't be out of place in a church lady cookbook They really do fetishize the idea of millenials getting back into the kitchen

  4. says:

    I like that the different authors offered different perspectives and the organization based on a few tasty ingredients

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    This is a colorful whimsical cookbook that features 18 core ingredients in color coded sections and explores different wa

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    This cookbook feels inspired Not only by people passionate about ingredients and the cooking process but also by the goal of making home cooking a joyful experience The colorful book is sectioned by main ingredient Choose one and build a meal around itMy favorite recipe was Thai Chicken LarbWill I cook many of the recipes Probably not But I

  7. says:

    I received a copy of this book from Netgalley for an honest reviewNice cookbook love the different sections that make an ordinary ingredient extraordinary without being too time consuming or difficult

  8. says:

    A whole section on brussel sprouts that is where you lost me

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DOWNLOAD ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF À Nick Fauchald

Vorites Organized by ingredients including Apples Bacon Brussels Sprouts Butter Cheddar Eggs Tomatoes Greek Yogurt Honey Hot Chile Peppers Kale Lemons Sourdough Whole Chicken and Winter Suash The Short Stack Cookbook takes readers though staples found in the kitchen and presents new ways to cook with everyday items Contributors includeVirginia Willis author of  Bon Appétit Y’all Sara Jenkins chef restaurateur and cookbook author Ian Knauer IACP nominee and former food editor at Gourmet Soa Davies producer of Eric Ripert’s cookbook  On the Line and executive chef of Maple Food CoSusan Spungen founding food editor for  Martha Stewart Living Angie Mosier food stylist photographer and writer for  Food Wine. The idea of having bookschapters devoted to certain ingredients is cute but for every 1 interesting innovative recipe there are 3 that wouldn t be out of place in a church lady cookbook They really do fetishize the idea of millenials getting back into the kitchen

SUMMARY The Short Stack Cookbook

The Short Stack Cookbook

The first cookbook from Short Stack Editions an artful collection of new and original recipes organized by ingredient from IACP and James Beard Award–winning cookbook authors chefs food writers recipe testers and editors  The ethos behind Short Stack Editions is simple Pair honest common ingredients with trusted voices in the culinary world for inspired recipes home cooks can actually use And for their first cookbook Short Stack founders Nick Fauchald The Short MOBI #224 and Kaitlyn Goalen call upon their acclaimed contributors to extend their love letters to favorite ingredients Exclusively created for this cookbook these recipes–from all star chefs food writers editors and stylists–are destined to become fa. I reviewed this book for NetGalleyThe contributors of this cookbook are passionate about food and the importance of the roles it plays in life From fuel to joyous entertainment food is in almost every area of lifeThis cookbook begins with 18 different foods bacon eggs apples and others and has recipes from many different sources which have been tweaked or completely redone to create fresh and healthy recipes From Fresh Tomato Bloody Mary Tomato section to Kalekraut originality based on traditional recipes is the theme of this bookI enjoyed reading the book and will used some of the recipes in due time A really good cookbook to bring some life to old standbys

DOWNLOAD ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF À Nick Fauchald

And the New York Times Rebekah Peppler writer and food stylist Alison Roman former editor at Bon Appétit and BuzzFeed Sarah Baird writer and culinary anthropologist Julia Sherman artist photographer writer cookbook author and founder of Salad for President Michael Harlan Turkell award winning photographer and cookbook author Julia Turshen cookbook author Megan Scott recipe developer and project manager at The Joy of Cooking Tyler Kord chef owner of the No group Paul Grimes food stylist Beth Lipton food director for Health magazine  The Short Stack Cookbook is the perfect gift for the nostalgic design centric home cook looking for recipe inspiration for their weekly farmer’s market haul or CSA farm box. This is a colorful whimsical cookbook that features 18 core ingredients in color coded sections and explores different ways to utilize them with recipes provided by a large array of food industry experts The philosophy highlights letting the seasons and local ingredients determine what we cook The ingredients that were chosen to be featured includeApples Bacon Brussels Sprouts Butter Cheddar Eggs Tomatoes Greek Yogurt Honey Hot Chile Peppers Kale Lemons Sourdough Whole Chicken and Winter Suash I know uite a selection right It is very helpful when you have a large amount of one of those ingredients to go right to that section and browse all the different suggestions The recipes not only provide exact instructions they offer inspiration for inventing new flavour combinations on your own It also lets you ski