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Burt Wolf
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Knopf; Subsequent edition (October 24, 2000)
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The New Cooks' Catalogue Hardcover – October 24, 2000. by Burt Wolf (Author).

The New Cooks' Catalogue Hardcover – October 24, 2000. For book lovers, this enormous white hardcover is printed beautifully on handsome paper, filled with full-color photos of every piece of kitchen equipment you can think of, from a set of Endurance spice spoons to the Omega 4000 juice extractor.

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Burt Wolf (Burton Wolf), born 1938, is an American journalist, writer, entrepreneur, chef, and TV producer. He is the host and author of nine internationally syndicated television series that deal with cultural history, travel and gastronomy, including Travels & Traditions. Burt Wolf was born in New York City, in 1938, and as a boy helped out at his grandmother's housewares store in the Bronx.

The New Cooks' Catalogue : The Definitive Guide to Cooking Equipment.

The New Cooks' Catalogue. Burton Wolf, Emily Aronson, Florence Fabricant. Burt Wolf is the host and writer of seven internationally syndicated television series that deal with food, travel, and cultural history. He was the first recipient of the James Beard Foundation Award for Best Television Food Journalism, and he has been nominated for two Cable Ace Awards and a national Emmy in connection with travel and cultural history.

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There a few check marks & notes in the book-mostly in pencil. What's Cooking Burt Wolf Vintage Cookbook.

This unpretentious cookbookreminiscent of any citys Junior League offeringcontains over 200 of Wolfs most. There a few check marks & notes in the book-mostly in pencil. Not noted in the listing, though not huge deal to me. It's a nice purchase. Cooking in the New South Home Cooking Southern Vintage Cookbook.

International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0375406735 (alk. paper). Includes bibliographical references (p. 435-442) and indexes. Personal Name: Wolf, Burton. Personal Name: Aronson, Emily.

Updated, expanded, thoroughly revised, and now in full color--the definitive guide to cooking equipment and utensilsThis book offers detailed evaluations of more than a thousand items of kitchen equipment--from paring knives to grill pans to espresso machines--providing you with practical information about brands, models, size, function, and performance. Each entry is accompanied by a color photograph and includes features and tips on care and usage. Also included are sections on what to look for when purchasing, as well as recipes and sidebars by more than a hundred culinary celebrities.Whether you are setting up a kitchen for the first time or adding to a long-standing collection, you will find The New Cooks' Catalogue an invaluable and entertaining guide to making the right selections.Contributors  include:Bruce AidellsLidia Matticchio BastianichMario BataliMichael & Ariane BatterberryRick BaylessDaniel BouludTerrance BrennanGiuliano BugialliDavid BurkePenelope CasasHelen ChenJulia ChildBernard ClaytonShirley CorriherMarion CunninghamAriane DaguinRocco DiSpiritoAlain DucasseFlorence FabricantSusanna FooLarry ForgioneEdward GiobbiDorie GreenspanJessica B. HarrisMarcella HazanMaida HeatterPierre HerméKen HomDr. Ernesto IllySteven JenkinsThomas KellerGray KunzDaniel LeaderSarabeth LevineMichael LomonacoNobu MatsuhisaMichael McCartyDanny MeyerJoan NathanFrançois PayardJacques PépinJames PetersonAlfred PortalePaul PrudhommeEric RipertClaudia RodenDouglas RodriguezMichael RomanoJulie SahniMarcus SamuelssonNancy SilvertonRaymond SokolovAndré SoltnerJane & Michael SternChristopher StylerJacques TorresBarbara TroppMargaret VisserJean-Georges VongerichtenAlice WatersNach WaxmanJasper WhitePaula WolfertKevin Zraly
  • from earth
This is a wonderful reference book for a serious cook - and as a bonus includes New Yorker cartoons, all food-related. It's a terrific addition to the reference library of anyone interested in food and cooking.
  • Precious
The New Cooks' Catalogue Review
I regret to say that I was disappointed by this 25th anniversary update of a venerable old classic. It seems to be chock full of information, but when you look up a specific category, remarkably few items are actually reviewed. The author states in the Introduction that many thousands of products were tested, and there was not enough room to list all of them. Granted, but there seems to have been plenty of space for tangential stories, recipes, and cartoons. I also object to the emphasis on obscure and rarely used tools; they are quite interesting, but also quite superfluous. Please note that the items are not ranked or compared in any way, nor are there specific recommendations as to what to buy (except in a couple of rare cases, and even then they do not come right out and say that you should have one of these) or what to avoid, so this book is only marginally useful as a shopping guide for kitchen tools. In this edition, they have also decided not to include prices. The stated justification for this is that the prices become out of date within weeks of publication. True, but very expensive and very inexpensive tools are listed side by side, and some indication as to their costs would be a big help, as many buying decisions will be based on price. A simple warning in the preface would have sufficed about constantly changing prices. I also find the reviews of electrical equipment to be suspect; for these, I recommend you stick to a tried and true resource, like a consumer magazine. It also lacks a beginner's list of essential kitchen tools to have. This can be a problem, as a kitchen novice might draw the conclusion, after reading this book, that many hundreds of tools are necessary kitchen basics.
Still, I greatly enjoyed going through this elegant coffee table book. I even learned a couple of things, like the $40 cooking spoon, the griddle made of green soapstone, and the vacuum pot coffee maker. I found out about the $40 price not from the book, but when I tried to buy one at a nearby kitchenware store. The most valuable part of this book is the list of recommended cookbooks at the back. At $30 or $40 a throw, there are far too many mediocre cookbooks in print today.
If you approach this book as an all-inclusive, everything-including-the-kitchen-sink encyclopedia of kitchen tools, it works. However, if you are interested in a list of basic items to equip a home kitchen or some type of buying guide, you will have to look elsewhere.
  • Ballagar
I bought one of these several years' ago and have used it many times as a reference, it is a great guide to cooking apparatus and vessels. I learned a lot about various cooking tools and so have recently bought another one to give to some friends. An excellent guide to learn how what is the best utensil or vessel for a particular cooking need.
  • Realistic
Great reference for product designers who are new to cookware!
  • Dominator
I could thumb through it all day.
  • WinDImmortaL
Great Book with lots of great information. Hard to find a better deal.
  • Vishura
I liked the book , It was very knowledgible and very clean, but it wasn't what I am looking for. I"m looking for something with information on old kitchen utensils.I"ll keep looking until I find what I'm looking for. Thank You so much.
.....but more of an encyclopedia. This is a good book if you don't know what a certain kitchen tool does or would like a breif history lesson. This not the best consumer buying guide around, but a good buy none the less.