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One Potato, Two Potato: 300 Recipes from Simple to Elegant-Appetizers, Main Dishes, Sidedishes, and Moreby Roy Finamore
Synopses & Reviews
For potato-lovers everywhere, this book goes beyond the usual side dishes and introduces the secrets and specialties of great chefs and cooks the world over. Finamore also shows how to master crisp steak fries, silky mashes, and sumptuous gratins. Also includes recipes for sweet potatoes. 32 color photos.
Everyone loves potatoes. This book transports cooks beyond the usual side dishes and introduces them to the secrets and specialties of great chefs and cooks the world over. Finamore shows how to prepare spectacularly simple appetizers, including dips, chips, and showstopping cocktail potatoes made from a few ordinary ingredients. He presents dozens of soups and salads, including rich Summer Vichyssoise and Herb Garden Potato Salad. There are more than fifty main-dish possibilities, such as Sunday Lamb with Proper Roast Potatoes and Chicken Stuffed with Potatoes and Shiitake Mushrooms — not to mention a sophisticated rendition of Shepherds Pie. The potato turns up as the hidden ingredient in such breads as Potato Cheddar Bread with Chives and in such desserts as moist Farmhouse Chocolate Cake. Finamore shows how to master crisp steak fries, silky mashes, and sumptuous gratins. A bonus feature of the book is the sweet potato, in dishes from a delightfully nostalgic Baked Sweet Potatoes with Marshmallow to an urbane Semifreddo with Chocolate Sauce.
About the Author
Roy Finamore is a leading editor of lifestyle books and cookbooks at Clarkson Potter, where his authors include Martha Stewart, Diana Kennedy, Anne Willan, and Ina Garten (The Barefoot Contessa).Molly Stevens a contributing editor to Fine Cooking, is the author of Williams-Sonoma New England and the coauthor of One Potato, Two Potato.
Table of Contents
Introduction Potato Principles Notes for the Cook
Appetizers and First Courses Soups Salads Main Dishes Mashed Potatoes Fried Potatoes Baked and Roasted Potatoes Gratins and Scalloped Potatoes Braised Potatoes Boiled Potatoes Breads and Rolls Desserts
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