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ISBN:
0756632315
Author:
Jill Norman
Category:
Cooking Education & Reference
Language:
English
Publisher:
DK ADULT; Concise edition (September 17, 2007)
Pages:
496 pages
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1119 kb
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With The Cook's Book you can pick your point of entry and launch yourself into the world of food with no fear.

With The Cook's Book you can pick your point of entry and launch yourself into the world of food with no fear. And whose holding your hand?

When the idea for this book was first put forward it seemed obvious that chefs from different parts of the world should be invited to participate. The global kitchen is increasingly a reality

When the idea for this book was first put forward it seemed obvious that chefs from different parts of the world should be invited to participate. The global kitchen is increasingly a reality. Chefs travel from one continent to another to talk and work together, to demonstrate their skills, to develop their expertise, and to create new ideas.

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The Cook's Book book. With The Cook's Book you can pick your point of entry and launch yourself into the world of If you have somehow never cooked and yet want to, there's always that troublesome problem of where to begin.

I'm picky when it comes to cookery books. I won't keep a cookery book in my collection if I know I won't cook nearly all the recipes

I'm picky when it comes to cookery books. I won't keep a cookery book in my collection if I know I won't cook nearly all the recipes. So I have one or two cookery books that are absolutely falling to bits and they are constantly in my kitchen. Other than that I keep scrapbooks of collated recipes

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The essential companion for every creative cook. If you don't know your wasabi from your epazote this is the guide for you. With directions on how to choose, use, store and grow over 200 world herbs and spices, and over 100 recipes for blends, spice rubs and flavour-packed sauces this is the comprehensive reference for cooks of any skill level.

A complete guide to preparing and cooking with fresh and dried herbs and spices furnishes detailed information on. .The book is organized to make using it a dream. It is divided into three sections Herbs, Spices and Recipes

A complete guide to preparing and cooking with fresh and dried herbs and spices furnishes detailed information on hundreds of spices and herbs, organized by aroma. It is divided into three sections Herbs, Spices and Recipes. The first two sections are organized identically; an introduction, of herbs or spices and a section on preparing herbs or spices.

Superlative full-color photographs and step-by-step guidelines for dozens of different cooking techniques highlight a luscious cookbook, based on The Cook's Book, that provides outstanding recipes covering meat, fish, poultry, vegetables, fruit, dairy, grains, pasta, and more, as well as a variety of exotic international specialties, and helpful tips from the world's finest chefs.
  • Jonariara
This is the coolest book ever! It's not just one person's take on how to do many things. Oh no. It's full of techniques from the subject matter experts in that particular field. However, I don't think it's the best cookbook for someone who doesn't know the basics of cooking. It is for someone who already can tell the difference between simmer and boil, dice and slice, and a carrot and a parsnip. It is more for learning and honing techniques. If you don't know the technique, pull it up on the computer, then use the book to augment the video.

There are several chapters that cover different ethnic foods. A little Japan, a little Mexico, a little Asian and a little Indian make for a nicely-rounded learning experience. It doesn't go in-depth like a specialized book will do, but it does give you a little taste of other cultures. And then there are the new techniques that look awesome and require some fancy tools to get the job done. Again, it's just a taste of what can be done; it's not the whole she-bang.
  • Shaktit
Very well rounded book, covering many techniques with lots of information. The contributing chefs are well known in their respective areas of expertise and provide nice recipes of their own, so you get a personal touch/taste from master chefs going beyond the basic technique instructions that many other books could give you. There are many photos, which I always like, good descriptions, easy to read and follow
  • Steel_Blade
Wonderfully illustrated. Everything is depicted in a beautiful, minimalist fashion. It's my go-to when I need a refresher on how to shuck oysters, de-bone fish or prepare lobster tail. Unless you aspire to own your own restaurant (and perhaps even then), this contains everything you'll ever need to know and more about cooking.
  • Rko
Excellent
  • Renthadral
Beautiful book and great "techniques" depicted. Have still not cooked from it, but I collect cookbooks and unlike "America's Best Recipes" type books which ponder on and on about what they don't like, this one shows you "how to do it" but also have some "lux" meals that you can try. the el bulli master decomposes foams. you can make that "foam soup" you tried at haute restaurants. the japanese section is mouthwatering and taste good just from the recipes. the pasta and dairy section written by Union Square grill master. the recipes seem doable.

Cons? Chinese section is mediocre in recipes. A bit too English in the meat section. (kidneys and beef wellingtons?) but still great way to learn meats.

The one book to have for techniques and recipes - this one shows you in pictures.
  • 6snake6
I loved it
I was familiar with the book, I wanted my own copy which I found at a good price
  • Shakagul
If you like coking, you must own this book. Traditonally, DK has wonderful photos too.
Gave this as a gift. Has lots of recipes and kitchen tips for non-cookers as well as seasoned vets. Nice quality hardcover edition with lots of details and pix. Great gift for your anyone who wants to learn how to cook or improve kitchen skills.