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From simple to splendid... enjoyed in your home! Indulge in Dining In, the new Kosher cookbook with a choice selection of delectable dishes, from classic to gourmet. Over 500 tasty and easy-to-prepare recipes conveniently featuring familiar ingredients include a tempting variety for the enthusiastic novice as well as the more sophisticated connoisseur. Dining In includes several special features: Brachos: Each recipe identifies the appropriate bracha (blessing). Quick reference icon guide: These symbols help quickly locate those recipes that best suit your needs with the following labels: Traditional - time-honored Shabbos and holiday dishes, often with a twist Quick & Easy - short preparation times or few ingredients Healthful/Dietetic - low in calories or fat, include ingredients that provide essential nutrients or omit well-known allergens Special/Simcha - perfect for entertaining and special occasions Freezes Well - good for preparing ahead of time and freezing until needed, perfect for today's busy cook Hints and tips: Handy food preparation, storage and nutrition tips, including substitutions and explanations of different cooking methods, make Dining In a comprehensive guide to culinary expertise. This cookbook is not only beautiful to look at, with mouthwatering color photos and a clear, easy-to-read format, but is highly practical as well, with a kitchen-friendly concealed spiral hardcover binding that enables it to lay open flat. Whether you're looking for a different twist on a traditional Jewish dish or a splendid new concoction, Dining In is just the kosher cookbook for you.



Dining In

by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
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G. Garvin's approachable, friendly style and unmatched charm shine throughout this collection of more than 150 all-new recipes with his signature mix of flavor and style, from simple (BBQ Chicken Linguine) to sensational (Black Pepper Crusted Rack of Lamb).

• Chapters include Pasta and Things, Seafood, Big Boy Toys, Braise 'Em Up, Gourmet Sandwiches, Simply Grilled, and Desserts, with recipes for cooks of all skill levels in each chapter.

• Beautiful color photos showcase Garvin's fabulous food and lifestyle.









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Why America's Richest Restaurants Might Lose a Crucial Labor Source

Would you credit the meals served in many of America's most prestigious restaurants are prepared with the use of illegal labor. Instead, many of the workers prepping mise en all set in restaurants across the country are illegally working for free, as part of their role as stagiaires. A stagiaire , or stage (pronounced "staahj") for short, is an owing kitchen intern. These ambitious cooks work at restaurants anywhere from one night to several months without receiving any compensation. Not surprisingly, stages aren't manning the breadstick position at the local Olive Garden. To the contrary, stages are the hallmark of fine-dining restaurants: a Michelin-starred restaurant will most likely have at least one stage in its caboose on any given night, and many of America's best restaurants have an ever-changing roster of... Nevertheless, under long-standing federal law, it is illegal for American restaurants to entertain stages. Where did staging originate. And given recent lawsuits about the illegality of unpaid interns in other industries, what does the future of staging in the United States look like. Origins & Substance The exact origins of the modern-day stage are relatively elusive, but staging predates America's fine-dining restaurants. The concept originated in France ( stagiaire is French for trainee or intern), and although staging is still definitely much an international phenomenon , it has also taken hold in the United States. Stages perform a variety of kitchen tasks. If a stage is actually being considered for a paid proposition, he or she might also be thrown into the fire and cook a bit as well, but this is the exception rather than the rule. Chefs on their past stage experiences. "During my stages, I certainly knew who the alpha predator was. I had a pretty data d fabric idea what he looked like, and I had burned it into my head to stay out of harm’s way. 'Oui' and 'chef' were the only two words I planned on saying if we spoke. "When you stage somewhere. You learn how to intend there, you learn how things are done, and you go to absorb. And when you leave those experiences, it's hard sometimes to even notice how much they've marked you and come through in your thinking and cooking. " — Andoni Luis Aduriz , of Mugaritz, on staging. "The entirety was new and strange to me: The way the team was organized, the techniques being used, the sights, and even the smells. " — Grant Achatz , on his stage experience at elBulli. "Last year I kept fatiguing to get into Noma, but they require a three-month minimum. But I just kept pushing and pushing and finally they wrote me back and said, 'If we let you come in August, will you stop bothering us. '" — Austin chef Andrew Wiseheart , on his Relae showbiz experience, to Zagat. However, stages also learn a great deal from the restaurants that host them, and knowledge sharing is really the essence of staging. Many chefs performed profession-changing stages long before commanding brigades of their own, suggesting the system is at least partially responsible for America finally making it onto the world's culinary map Noma and Australia's Duke Mail. "Coi is the type of restaurant where years, not months, are committed," he says of why many Coi chefs have stage experience. "So, it's important that the chef has had a chance to see other kitchens, whether on account of employment or staging, before making such a commitment. " Nguyen, who temporarily moved to Copenhagen and Australia for his staging gigs, describes the "immersive" acquaintance. "I feel very grateful that the concept of staging exists, and I've seen a maturation in myself because of it," he says. "While at Noma, I was introduced to so many new ingredients and techniques, and I was in a constant artistic and inspired state because of that. That's something one can't learn from a cookbook. As Nguyen's experience suggests, staging is also commonplace in America's most renowned restaurant cities. Every one from René Redzepi to LA chef Michael Voltaggio has made a trip to Napa Valley to stage with the French Laundry's Thomas Keller.

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