Synopses & Reviews
In the landmark National Biscuit Company building, Chelsea Market has inspired countless tourists and locals alike with its vegetable, meat, and seafood shops, top-notch restaurants, kitchen supply stores, and everything food-related in between. In celebration of its 15-year milestone, The Chelsea Market Cookbook
collects the most interesting and famous recipes from the marketand#8217;s eclectic vendors and celebrity food personalities.
Archival images, gorgeous food photography, and cooking and entertaining tips and anecdotes accompany the 100 recipes, ranging from Buddakanand#8217;s Hoisin Glazed Pork Belly, to Sarabethand#8217;s Velvety Cream of Tomato Soup, to Ruthyand#8217;s Rugelach. This keepsake volume is sure to bring the fun and tastes of this immensely popular food emporium to your home kitchen. Praise for The Chelsea Market Cookbook:
and#147;Amazing photographs and an eclectic range of recipes make this celebration of the marketand#8217;s 15th anniversary an eminently readable book with recipes that are straightforward and easy to understand . . . Advice on everything from wine pairing to tablecloths make this cookbook as intriguing as the market itself.and#8221; and#151;Miami Herald
Internationally known as one of the most magnificent farmers' markets in the world, the San Francisco Ferry Plaza Farmers' Market has inspired this gorgeous illustrated market companion. The perfect guide and cookbookno matter where you liveeach page celebrates the abundant seasonal produce grown by local organic and specialty-crop farmers along with more than 100 fresh, remarkably easy-to-assemble recipes. Organized by season, the book details the availability of products at the market and offers advice on choosing, storing, preparing, and freezing items. A foreword by Alice Waters, the history of the market, and vivid color photos throughout bring this farm fresh market guide to life.
Internationally known as one of the most magnificent farmers' markets in the world, the San Francisco Ferry Plaza Farmers' Market has inspired this gorgeous illustrated market companion with more than 100 fresh, remarkably easy-to-assemble recipes. Full-color photos.
About the Author
Peggy Knickerbocker is a freelance food and travel writer living in San Francisco and Paris. She has contributed to Saveur , Gourmet , Food and Wine , House and Garden , and numerous newspapers. She is the author of Olive Oil: From Tree to Table (0-8118-1350-9).
Christopher Hirsheimer was executive editor of Saveur . Her photographs appear in Saveur and have illustrated numerous cookbooks, including Saveur Cooks Authentic American (0-8118-2160-9) and Saveur Cooks Authentic French (0-8118-2564-7). She lives in Pennsylvania.