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David Tanis is the author of A Platter of Figs and Other Recipes,Heart of the Artichoke and Other KitchenJourneys, and One Good Dish. His weekly column, City Kitchen, appears in The New York Times.
David Tanis is a genius and this book is a really fun read. However, these recipes are meant for people with serious culinary experience as many directions are left unstated.Published 28 days ago by Emily C Broun
I must have 75 cookbooks, and this one is a favorite. I make some of The díshes over and over. I recommend.Published 6 months ago by David McAllister
That's wh at a critic called it, so knowing the author, and already having another of his cookbooks, I ordered t his one for a friend's birthday which is next month. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Noel Rappe
Enjoyable to read. Recipes have good directions and helpful hints. Not the book for "how do I cook this," but more for "what should I make this weekend" when I have... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
the wife got this book for me since i have a fig orchard nd need some new recipes . ONLY 2 fig recipes in the whole book .what a let downPublished 17 months ago by Cody J. Warren
This was not what I was looking for. I was looking more for recipes with figs instead of a lot of dialogue.Published 17 months ago by Annie M Guyton
Insipid run-of-the mill recipes. Totally different from the magnificent Tanis recipes in the NY Times which never fail to seduce me.
Mr. Tanis is in love with beautiful and nourishing food. He is a kindred spirit of mine, having read and enjoyed this beauty of a book. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Barbara Gold
David Tanis starts this book with two questions: "Do you really need a recipe for a platter of figs? No. Is that the point? Yes. Read morePublished on December 14, 2011 by Bradley Nelson