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The Slow Mediterranean Kitchen: Recipes for the Passionate Cook

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Publisher Comments:

From one of the leading lights of contemporary gastronomy comes an irresistible collection of slow-cooked, flavor-drenched dishes from the cuisines of the Mediterranean

Who can resist the sensuous delights of a slow-simmered stew, salmon fillet slow-roasted until it is soft as silk, or leg of lamb braised until it is meltingly tender? Slow cooking is the hottest new trend in food, and no one better captures the art of sumptuous, unhurried cooking than renowned food writer Paula Wolfert. In The Slow Mediterranean Kitchen, she returns to her favorite culinary regions and shares an enticing treasure trove of more than 150 authentic recipes that wend their way from North Africa and the Eastern Mediterranean to Italy, Spain, and the South of France. With her trademark passion for detail and curiosity about cultural traditions and innovations, she offers loyal fans and new converts the secrets to simmering, slow roasting, braising, poaching, and marinating their way to flavor-drenched dishes that capture the enchanting tastes and aromas of the Mediterranean table. Perfect for anyone who loves to cook, this rich resource is a must-have for the bookshelf of everyone who is serious about food.

Review:

"Slow-cooked food has become popular with home cooks and restaurant diners alike, and Wolfert's celebration of the pleasures of that approach with its dozens of delicious and unusual recipes, is highly recommended." Library Journal

Review:

"A wonderful and provocative book researched in Paula Wolfert's inimitable way. The recipes excite me and make me want to add them to the menu at Chez Panisse." Alice Waters, owner of Chez Panisse

Review:

"A soothing balm for our frantic and fast-paced lives. Paula Wolfert inspires us to focus on the art of cooking and the sensual pleasures it evokes. With recipes thoughtfully chosen and recorded, she deftly allows this vibrant cuisine to shine." Thomas Keller, chef/owner of The French Laundry

Review:

"[A] charming paean to the kinds of foods that require time to prepare, but are worth the wait....In fact, most are paragons of the simplicity and highlighting of flavors that have made Mediterranean cooking so popular." Publishers Weekly

Review:

"The difference between this expert's meticulous, intriguing, ground-breaking work and the facility of so many of the others is a little like the qualitative divide between novelists Jhumpa Lahiri and Danielle Steel. Should they share the same table? Wolfert's books change the way people cook." Patricia Unterman, San Francisco Examiner

Synopsis:

Mediterranean Cooking draws on the expertise of The Culinary Institute of America's culinary program to provide home cooks with an accessible and definitive guide to the varied cuisines and vibrant flavors of all of the regions of the Mediterranean. With approximately 200 authentic recipes and 150 full-color photos, this book will be an invaluable addition to any cookbook library.

Synopsis:

Mediterranean cooking using the slow cooker, with 125 recipes

Synopsis:

Savor the delights of the Mediterranean table with this exciting collection of dishes for the adventurous cook, from renowned food writer Paula Wolfert. From slow-roasting and simmering to braising and marinating, the techniques offered in over 150 recipes create food that is not only delicious, but relaxing and pleasurable to make.

Synopsis:

With the combination of tradition, innovation, and ease that have made her recipes so popular, Michele Scicolone gathers intriguing dishes from every corner of the Mediterranean and streamlines them for the slow cooker. The range is eye-opening:and#160;from simplified and freshened classics like Greek shrimp with tomatoes and feta, to Israeli sweet and sour meatballs, to Moroccan vegetable tagine, to coffee-caramel flan from Spain. But Scicolone also serves up a profusion of fascinatingand#160;lesser-known dishes: a creamy polenta lasagna, a port-braised chicken from Portugal, a spiced frittata from Tunisia, and Bandit's Lamb, as well as her own seductive creations, like Cannoli Cheesecake.

About the Author

Paula Wolfert is widely acknowledged as one of the premier food writers in America. Her writing has received many awards, including the Julia Child Award, the M.F.K. Fisher Award, the James Beard Award, the Cook’s Magazine Platinum Plate Award, and the Perigueux Award for Lifetime Achievement. She has a regular column in Food & Wine magazine, and her articles have appeared in major publications, including the New York Times, Saveur, Fine Cooking, and Cook’s Illustrated. She is the author of six other cookbooks, including Couscous and Other Good Food from Morocco, Mediterranean Cooking, and The Cooking of South-West France.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments.

Introduction.

APPETIZERS.

Bruschettas and Other Toasts.

Dips and Spreads.

Nuts and Cheeses.

Stuffed Flatbreads.

MEDITERRANEAN SALADS AND COLD VEGETABLE DISHES.

HOT AND COLD SOUPS.

SEAFOOD.

Shellfish.

Squid, Cuttlefish, and Octopus.

Fish.

CHICKEN, DUCK, AND GAME BIRDS.

MEATS.

Pork.

Beef.

Veal.

Lamb.

VEGETABLES.

DESSERTS.

THE MEDITERRANEAN LARDER.

Appendices:

Mail Order Sources for Specialty Ingredients.

Equipment.

Bibliography.

Index.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780471262886
Author:
Wolfert, Paula
Publisher:
Houghton Mifflin
Author:
Penny De Los Santos
Author:
Scicolone, Michele
Author:
De Los Santos, Penny
Author:
Gigliotti, Lynne
Author:
Kremezi, Aglaia
Author:
Culinary Institute of America
Location:
Hoboken, N.J.
Subject:
General
Subject:
Cookery, mediterranean
Subject:
Regional & Ethnic - Mediterranean
Subject:
Cooking and Food-Mediterranean
Subject:
Mediterranean
Subject:
Cooking
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade Cloth
Series Volume:
107-292
Publication Date:
20120330
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
100 4-color illustrations
Pages:
256
Dimensions:
10 x 9 x 1.13 in

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Product details 256 pages John Wiley & Sons - English 9780471262886 Reviews:
"Review" by , "Slow-cooked food has become popular with home cooks and restaurant diners alike, and Wolfert's celebration of the pleasures of that approach with its dozens of delicious and unusual recipes, is highly recommended."
"Review" by , "A wonderful and provocative book researched in Paula Wolfert's inimitable way. The recipes excite me and make me want to add them to the menu at Chez Panisse."
"Review" by , "A soothing balm for our frantic and fast-paced lives. Paula Wolfert inspires us to focus on the art of cooking and the sensual pleasures it evokes. With recipes thoughtfully chosen and recorded, she deftly allows this vibrant cuisine to shine."
"Review" by , "[A] charming paean to the kinds of foods that require time to prepare, but are worth the wait....In fact, most are paragons of the simplicity and highlighting of flavors that have made Mediterranean cooking so popular." Publishers Weekly
"Review" by , "The difference between this expert's meticulous, intriguing, ground-breaking work and the facility of so many of the others is a little like the qualitative divide between novelists Jhumpa Lahiri and Danielle Steel. Should they share the same table? Wolfert's books change the way people cook."
"Synopsis" by ,

Mediterranean Cooking draws on the expertise of The Culinary Institute of America's culinary program to provide home cooks with an accessible and definitive guide to the varied cuisines and vibrant flavors of all of the regions of the Mediterranean. With approximately 200 authentic recipes and 150 full-color photos, this book will be an invaluable addition to any cookbook library.

"Synopsis" by , Mediterranean cooking using the slow cooker, with 125 recipes
"Synopsis" by , Savor the delights of the Mediterranean table with this exciting collection of dishes for the adventurous cook, from renowned food writer Paula Wolfert. From slow-roasting and simmering to braising and marinating, the techniques offered in over 150 recipes create food that is not only delicious, but relaxing and pleasurable to make.
"Synopsis" by , With the combination of tradition, innovation, and ease that have made her recipes so popular, Michele Scicolone gathers intriguing dishes from every corner of the Mediterranean and streamlines them for the slow cooker. The range is eye-opening:and#160;from simplified and freshened classics like Greek shrimp with tomatoes and feta, to Israeli sweet and sour meatballs, to Moroccan vegetable tagine, to coffee-caramel flan from Spain. But Scicolone also serves up a profusion of fascinatingand#160;lesser-known dishes: a creamy polenta lasagna, a port-braised chicken from Portugal, a spiced frittata from Tunisia, and Bandit's Lamb, as well as her own seductive creations, like Cannoli Cheesecake.
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