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Chef's Secrets: Insider Techniques

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Publisher Comments:

Chef’s Secrets—Revealed!

 

In Chef’s Secrets, more than 80 renowned chefs share the tricks, timesaving techniques, and kitchen wisdom they’ve learned through years of experience.

 

     •  Steven Raichlen on Building a Three-Zone Fire on a Charcoal Grill

     •  Charlie Palmer on Roasting a Perfect Turkey

     •  Bruce Aidells on the Secret to Flavorful Pork

     •  Gary Guitard on Tempering Chocolate

     •  Plus techniques from Sara Moulton, Marcus Samuelsson, Norman Van Aken, Roxanne Klein, James Peterson, Emily Luchetti, and dozens of other top-notch chefs!

 

Each technique is explained in the chef’s own words, along with a short, revealing interview and a detailed profile of the chef’s accomplishments. With tips stretching from the basics (how to peel ginger with a teaspoon) to the extreme (how to peel a tomato with a blow-torch), Chef’s Secrets is an essential reference for any food lover’s bookshelf!

Synopsis:

In Chef's Secrets, more than 80 renowned chefs share the tricks, timesaving techniques, and wisdom they've learned through years of experience. The Food Network's Sara Moulton shows how to keep dredging neat and simple; pastry chef Fran ois Payard shows how piping chocolate can make fabulous-looking desserts; Norman Van Aken offers step-by-step instructions for making an intensely flavored pan sauce; and much, much more.

Each technique is described in the chef's own words, along with a short, revealing interview and a detailed profile of the chef's accomplishments. With tips ranging from the basics (how to peel ginger with a teaspoon) to the extreme (how to filet an eel), Chef's Secrets will appeal to beginners as well as established foodies. It's the perfect addition to any food lover's bookshelf

Synopsis:

Maroukian reveals the tricks, timesaving techniques, and wisdom of more than 80 renowned chefs.

About the Author

Francine Maroukian is a freelance writer whose work frequently appears in Town & Country, Esquire, and Travel + Leisure.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781594740053
Author:
Maroukian, Francine
Publisher:
Quirk Books
Author:
Bates, Harry
Subject:
Cookery
Subject:
Methods - Professional
Subject:
Culinary Arts & Techniques
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade paper
Publication Date:
20040901
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
224
Dimensions:
7.04x5.56x.85 in. .85 lbs.

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Product details 224 pages Quirk Books - English 9781594740053 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , In Chef's Secrets, more than 80 renowned chefs share the tricks, timesaving techniques, and wisdom they've learned through years of experience. The Food Network's Sara Moulton shows how to keep dredging neat and simple; pastry chef Fran ois Payard shows how piping chocolate can make fabulous-looking desserts; Norman Van Aken offers step-by-step instructions for making an intensely flavored pan sauce; and much, much more.

Each technique is described in the chef's own words, along with a short, revealing interview and a detailed profile of the chef's accomplishments. With tips ranging from the basics (how to peel ginger with a teaspoon) to the extreme (how to filet an eel), Chef's Secrets will appeal to beginners as well as established foodies. It's the perfect addition to any food lover's bookshelf

"Synopsis" by , Maroukian reveals the tricks, timesaving techniques, and wisdom of more than 80 renowned chefs.
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