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The Essential Dessert Cookbook

by Thunder Bay Press
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Dessert is an exquisite indulgence that gives true pleasure, but in a duller world is completely expendable. The names of older desserts reflected this ... trifle, syllabub, flummery, and fool. Yet these charming concoctions live on to defy their names and prove their worth. This book, featuring over 600 full-color photographs, includes desserts that can be whipped up in minutes; others need to chill for a couple of hours (torture, but the results are worth it); and a few are works of art, oozing chocolate and cream, and demanding a day to be lovingly fussed over.



The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook: Recipes and Wisdom from an Obsessive Home Cook

by Knopf
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The New York Times bestselling, IACP award-winning cookbook (and a Cooking Light Top 100 Cookbook of the Last 25 Years) from the celebrated food blogger and founder of smittenkitchen.com.
 
Look for Deb Perelman’s new book, Smitten Kitchen Every Day: Triumphant and Unfussy New Favorites, coming October 24, 2017.

 
Deb Perelman loves to cook. She isn’t a chef or a restaurant owner—she’s never even waitressed. Cooking in her tiny Manhattan kitchen was, at least at first, for special occasions—and, too often, an unnecessarily daunting venture. Deb found herself overwhelmed by the number of recipes available to her. Have you ever searched for the perfect birthday cake on Google? You’ll get more than three million results. Where do you start? What if you pick a recipe that’s downright bad?
 
With the same warmth, candor, and can-do spirit her award-winning blog, Smitten Kitchen, is known for, here Deb presents more than 100 recipes—almost entirely new, plus a few favorites from the site—that guarantee delicious results every time.
 
Gorgeously illustrated with hundreds of her beautiful color photographs, The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook is all about approachable, uncompromised home cooking. Here you’ll find better uses for your favorite vegetables: asparagus blanketing a pizza; ratatouille dressing up a sandwich; cauliflower masquerading as pesto. These are recipes you’ll bookmark and use so often they become your own, recipes you’ll slip to a friend who wants to impress her new in-laws, and recipes with simple ingredients that yield amazing results in a minimum amount of time.

Deb tells you her favorite summer cocktail; how to lose your fear of cooking for a crowd; and the essential items you need for your own kitchen. From salads and slaws that make perfect side dishes (or a full meal) to savory tarts and galettes; from Mushroom Bourguignon to Chocolate Hazelnut Crepe Cake, Deb knows just the thing for a Tuesday night, or your most special occasion.


Amazon Asks: Deb Perelman

Q. What's your elevator pitch for The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook? (Or what inspired you to fill this niche?)

A. My hope is that The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook is filled with your new favorite things to cook--approachable recipes made with accessible ingredients that exceed your expectations.

Q. Which upcoming fall cookbooks are you most excited about?

A. I am ridiculously excited about Ottolenghi's new Jerusalem book, as I've loved everything he's made so far. I have already tried out a couple recipes from the Mile End Cookbook, and can tell it's going to be an obsession all winter. I just spied brown butter snickerdoodles in the new Baked Elements book; I am pretty sure that needs to happen immediately. And I've been cooking out of the Sprouted Kitchen cookbook and everything has been fresh, wholesome and stunning.

Q. What's on your nightstand? Your Kindle?

A. An Everlasting Meal (Tamar Adler), The Tenth Muse (Judith Jones), A Peace To End All Peace (David Fromkin) and I Want My Hat Back (Jon Klassen), all print. Can you guess which one my toddler left there?

Q. What’s your favorite restaurant—or the best place you’ve eaten recently?

A. My husband and I are the last people to get to The Breslin in the Ace Hotel, but it doesn't matter, we fell head over heels and have been back three times in three months. The crispy boiled peanuts, lamb burger, fresh, crunchy salads and their grapefruit gin-and-tonic are unforgettable.

Q. What's been your most memorable moment so far as an author (or blogger)?

A. The process of planning the book tour -- making the jump from someone who types things to strangers who might or might not be listening via her laptop to someone who is going to show up in various cities at specific times to hang out with these strangers -- is wild. I am not sure I've gotten my head around it yet, but I still can't wait to get on the road.

Q. What other talent would you most like to have (not including flight or invisibility)?

A. Well, I wish I could dance.

Q. What are you obsessed with now?

A. I've been on a running kick, although I'm really bad at it. No really: terrible. But strangely, that's my favorite part. Starting my day completely humbled by my inability to run half as long or fast as these people on the other treadmills (who can probably dance, too), well, the day only gets better from there. I'm hooked.

Q. What's next for you?

A. The moon! Just kidding. I really hope to just keep doing what I'm doing -- cooking, writing, having fun with my family and running around NYC like a tourist. My goals are less rooted in a desire for a designer kitchen (though, you know, if you have one lying around...) and balcony overlooking Central Park and more a hope that I'll keep having fun doing what I do, so that it feels as un-work-like as possible.









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An Anniversary, A Blondie, and An Exhilarating New Project

This March The Intrinsic Rhubarb Pie is 8 years old. I am so happy I have managed to keep this blog going for so long. I know it's not as active as it used to be, but I think I have matured a bit since I first started blogging. Then I started maddening to make the recipes look like real recipes. I blogged everything I cooked. As time went on, I started becoming more selective about recipes I put up here (coining the idiom TERP-worthy) and bought a light box and a better camera in hopes of taking somewhat better photos. It's a constant process to make a blog more advisedly. Still, I try to stay true to my heart and post what I want to post, and stop worrying about the "right" way to blog. I am proud to still be here when many blogs have stopped. Recently I went with the aid my reading list and started to cull it a bit. So many blogs I read faithfully haven't been updated in years. Many of the bloggers I read have na called it quits. Then there are the bloggers who have used their blogs to launch bigger and better ventures in the food business. The ones that I read that are still going considerable and still regularly posting recipes have my neverending admiration. When I go back through 8 years worth of posts, I see many recipes that I could take or leave, many that all give one the impression just a big too similar (I even coined another phrase "Standard TERP Sauce" to describe the typical ingredients for many of my... As I refine my ideas and my skills, I comprehend that some recipes are worth sharing and many more aren't. That's one reason why you don't see so many posts here over the past year or two. I only want to share recipes that I would be proud to share with anyone and not just use as experiments on my sterile husband. There is a second reason why this blog is a bit slow lately and will continue to be slow in the coming months. As I said, I have many recipes that I love and deficiency to make over and over. When I do make them, I find I have to go back through the blog and search for the posts. As I cook those recipes, I have to pause and constantly keep my iPad from going unfathomable while I refer to it for the recipe. I had joined that site because I wanted to share recipes with some friends from a particular forum I post to. While I was happy to have access to their recipes, they are all au fait of my blog and read it. They didn't really need my TasteBook. But TasteBook isn't just online recipes. You can use TasteBook to self-publish cookbooks from recipes you post there. Wouldn't it be much easier to have a specialist cookbook of my favorite recipes so I wouldn't have to always be searching online. It would also be easier for friends and family who want my recipes. So now The Essential Rhubarb Pie will become a cookbook by the end of this year. That is why I won't be featuring as divers new recipes as much in the coming months. I am going to be going back and cooking all of my most favorite recipes. I will be tweaking instructions and perfecting the recipes as well as charming better photographs of some of the ones that have bad photos attached. This means I hope to have plenty of dinner parties in the coming months and my coworkers will be eating a lot of desserts. Peradventure I will start to re-institute Family Dessert Night on Sundays (that was a great concept that never really took off). As I am still somewhat sidelined by injuries, I really have the together to create this new work. I want to have the book done my Christmas so I can give copies as gifts to friends and family. I am very excited about this project and being able to allotment my best ideas in a different way. Now that I have said that, I do actually have a new recipe to share with you today. One dessert I have never made on this blog is blondies. Yes, this blog has featured my experiments baking other bloggers' blondies, but I not in a million years tried making a blondie of my own. Sometimes I just don't want to make a salad. Also, let's face it, in a potluck full of delicious foods, most people don't yearn for to eat a salad. I wanted to do what people love best - dessert. With my desire to test out a blondie recipe and a desire to make dessert for this party, I knew it was perfect timing.

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The Low Carb High Fat Cookbook
The Low Carb High Fat Cookbook

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Lose weight the healthy and right way! There are so many ways to lose weight: strict diets, exercise regimens, ?miracle? pills, and weight loss programs. Faced with the healthy and unhealthy avenues on the road to becoming slim and trim, many feel like they have to sacrifice something (good food, energy, or time) to shed off pounds?but the LCHF diet proves that you won't need to! The LCHF (Low Carb, High Fat) diet started in Sweden and is now taking America by storm. Just like the name suggests, it focuses on consumption of very low amounts of starches and sugars like bread, rice, pasta, potatoes, fruits, and desserts, and high amounts of proteins and natural fats like meat, fish, eggs, vegetables, cream, and butter. You can eat as much as you want, while decreasing your blood sugar and cholesterol and losing weight! This cookbook contains 100 recipes that will help those just starting this diet or those who have been on it for a while, with excellent ideas for healthy and satisfying meals like: Shrimp, egg, and mayonnaise saladsHealthy sauces like hollandaise, b?arnaise, and vinaigrettesCognac-marinated salmonBaked chicken with salsaRoasted pork with coleslawLamb chops with baconRoasted Brazil nuts with strawberries marinated in lime juiceFried apple slices with cinnamon and whipped creamSten Sture Skaldeman, one of the first to follow this diet, also cites scientific studies and lists various online resources, which makes Low Carb High Fat Cookbook a great resource for anyone curious about this effective diet.150 color photosSkyhorse Publishing, along our Good Books and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of cookbooks, including books on juicing, grilling, baking, frying, home brewing and winemaking, slow cookers, and cast iron cooking. We?ve been successful with books on gluten-free cooking, vegetarian and vegan cooking, paleo, raw foods, and more. Our

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Fracture Pie
Fracture Pie
…alternately, “I see a diabetic coma in your near following.” Last of the Thanksgiving desserts I baked (or, at least the last one I'll be posting–I also made a batch of these per my wife's request). This is a recipe I've heard so much about I just had to try: the “Fracture Pie” from Momofuku Milk Bar. I bought myself the cookbook, but the recipe is easily found online. This is a variation on a chess pie, a family of pies that includes pecan pie, and a tooth-achingly agreeable one at that. It uses a crust of oatmeal cookie crumbs, sugar, and butter, with a filling made of sugar, cream, egg yolk, and butter. It was tasty, unctuous, and very, very rich, but being that I prefer less-sweet versions of pecan pie, this wasn't exactly my, er, sweet spot. (Not that I'd turn away a slice.) It's not surely the most photogenic thing, especially before it’s been cut. I took the remaining portion and shot it, backlit by a window, and with a white bounce card to keep the foreground from being beaten...
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Gingerbread Baby Cakes with Cinnamon Caramel
Gingerbread Baby Cakes with Cinnamon Caramel
Affair Two wanted to cook something with me today, which is a pretty typical Sunday afternoon request. After going through some of the cookbooks in the house, we ended up making a half prescription of these gingerbread baby cakes from Baking with Julia (and which Serious Eats has online here.) I had a few cups of cinnamon syrup left over from poaching some pears last weekend, so I cooked that down a bit and added some butter and cream to manage a caramel sauce, and we had dessert to follow up dinner. NIkon D7000 w/Nikkor 50mm ƒ/1.8 prime, 1/250s @ ƒ/9.5, ISO100. One SB-700 behind and essentially subject, 85mm zoom, 1/4 power, through white umbrella. Second SB-700 camera left, 85mm zoom, 1/5 power, also throughout a white umbrella, with a white bounce card camera right. Cropped and color processing in Aperture.
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