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Publisher Comments:

San Francisco is world-renowned for its chefs and restaurants, and the acclaimed food section of the San Francisco Chronicle is widely acknowledged to be one of the best food sections in the country. Regular contributors include some of the finest chefs and food writers anywhere, among them Joyce Goldstein, Flo Braker, Alice Waters, Jeremiah Tower, Marlena Spieler, Janet Fletcher, and Georgeanne Brennan. Michael Bauer, the food editor of the Chronicle, has assembled here a definitive collection of recipes that represent the best of California cuisine — simple and stylish, with an appreciation for ethnic flavorings and a commitment to fresh ingredients. Including 325 recipes, for soups, salads, appetizers, meat and vegetable entrees, condiments and relishes, as well as desserts, this inspiring new cookbook is sure to take its place with The New York Times Cookbook as an indispensable and beloved classic

Review:

"With over 300 ethnically influenced, well-constructed recipes from the agricultural and culinary Eden of Northern California, this cookbook delivers great fun — and at a bargain. Culled by food editor Bauer and staffer Irwin from the 13,000 or so recipes published in the San Francisco Chronicle over the last 10 years, this selection is aimed directly at adventurous home cooks eager to try out new flavors." Publishers Weekly

Review:

"The best of what can be had in the San Francisco melting pot is available here for the eclectic palate of the discriminating gourmet....The San Francisco Chronicle Cookbook covers the whole gamut of the ethnic potpourri that is American cuisine." Jacques Pépin

Review:

"My gratitude to Michael Bauer, Fran Irwin and to The Chronicle for gathering together so many fine recipes from so many of my favorite cooks. This is a book that makes it clear why we're so lucky to live here in the Bay Area, where the quality and abundance of fresh, local ingredients both inspire recipes like these and also put them within the grasp of home cooks and professionals alike." Alice Waters

Synopsis:

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.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780811814454
Editor:
Bauer, Michael
Editor:
Irwin, Fran
Editor:
Bauer, Michael
Editor:
Irwin, Fran
Author:
Bauer, Michael
Author:
Irwin, Fran
Publisher:
Chronicle Books
Location:
San Francisco :
Subject:
American - Western States
Subject:
Cookery, american
Subject:
Cookery
Subject:
Cookery, American -- California style.
Subject:
Regional & Ethnic - American - Western States
Subject:
Regional & Ethnic - American - California Style
Subject:
Cookery -- California -- San Francisco.
Subject:
Cooking and Food-US Western
Copyright:
Publication Date:
19970201
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
from 8 up to 17
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
448
Dimensions:
9 x 8 x 1.15 in 1.78 lb
Age Level:
from 13 up to 99

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Product details 448 pages Chronicle Books - English 9780811814454 Reviews:
"Review" by , "With over 300 ethnically influenced, well-constructed recipes from the agricultural and culinary Eden of Northern California, this cookbook delivers great fun — and at a bargain. Culled by food editor Bauer and staffer Irwin from the 13,000 or so recipes published in the San Francisco Chronicle over the last 10 years, this selection is aimed directly at adventurous home cooks eager to try out new flavors."
"Review" by , "The best of what can be had in the San Francisco melting pot is available here for the eclectic palate of the discriminating gourmet....The San Francisco Chronicle Cookbook covers the whole gamut of the ethnic potpourri that is American cuisine."
"Review" by , "My gratitude to Michael Bauer, Fran Irwin and to The Chronicle for gathering together so many fine recipes from so many of my favorite cooks. This is a book that makes it clear why we're so lucky to live here in the Bay Area, where the quality and abundance of fresh, local ingredients both inspire recipes like these and also put them within the grasp of home cooks and professionals alike."
"Synopsis" by , 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.
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