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The San Francisco Chronicle Cookbook: Volume II: 375 All-New Recipes from America's Most Innovative Food Sectionby Michael Bauer
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On the heels of the highly successful The San Francisco Chronicle Cookbook comes Volume II, celebrating the continuing excellence of Bay Area cuisine. San Francisco Chronicle food editors Michael Bauer and Fran Irwin have compiled 375 completely new recipes from such respected food writers as Marion Cunningham, Mai Pham, and Georgeanne Brennan. Busy cooks can save time using hundreds of creative tips designed to get the most flavor with the least effort. Reflecting the cultural diversity and fresh local ingredients that define Northern California, it's no wonder that even New York City looks to the West Coast and the San Francisco Chronicle food section to discover exciting, new culinary trends.
Two food editors of the "San Francisco Chronicle" continue their celebration of Bay Area cuisine in this second volume that contains 375 new recipes submitted by their fellow respected food writers, offers busy cooks tips designed to get the most flavor from a dish with the least effort. 100 color illustrations.
About the Author
Michael Bauer has been a food journalist for more than 15 years and has been the editor of the San Francisco Chronicle food section for 10 years.
Fran Irwin has worked for the San Francisco Chronicle since 1977 and is an editor in the food section.
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