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Product Details

  • Paperback: 432 pages
  • Publisher: Workman Publishing Company (September 16, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0894807528
  • ISBN-13: 978-0894807527
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 7 x 1.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #157,816 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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From Publishers Weekly

Gray Nantucket winter days often need a little brightening, and Chase ( Nantucket Open House Cookbook ) does her best to dispel the windy gloom with such snazzy solace as curried lentil soup with chutney butter, pumpkin prosciutto with Parmesan lasagne, and braised lamb shanks with bourbon-barbecue sauce. This is intensely flavored, "happy" food culled eclectically from the author's catering experiences, her Polish roots and ongoing European travels. Not one for subtlety in either food or prose, Chase--self-acknowledged as one of the "new breed of chefs during the megatrend eighties, Ivy-educated and food-fad fed"--admits in her introduction to one chapter, "I find the recipes . . . magnificent." Actually, she's not far from the truth. Occasionally combinations may be a little madcap, as in seared squid with tamari beurre blanc or whole roasted foie gras with orange and ginger, but more frequently Chase's style and enthusiasm are contagious, and the impulse is to run to the kitchen to recreate salmon and wild rice fish cakes or warm tomato pie or walnut-rum-raisin applesauce cake. The variety of chapter choices, too, is frisky, beginning with "So Long Summer," with stops at "December Dazzle" and "Stormy Weather and Magic Mountains," and reaching an appropriate close with "The Tease of Spring." Illustrations not seen by PW.
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From the Back Cover

NO TEARS FOR SUMMER'S END!

When the air turns crisp, make your kitchen the most welcoming spot in your home with Sarah Leah Chase's collection of soul-nourishing dishes. Completing the year that began with her summery NANTUCKET OPEN-HOUSE COOKBOOK, this passionate cook shares her originality and gift for intensifying flavors in hundreds of recipes with an inspired twist, from lasagne layered with pumpkin, hummus made of black beans, and Seafood Pot Pie to such stunning creations as Roast Rack of Lamb with a Cilantro Crust and Buche de Thanksgiving. Includes bracing drinks, hearthside grilling, holiday menus, and recipes for the first tease of spring.

Praise for Sarah Leah Chase and the NANTUCKET OPEN-HOUSE COOKBOOK:

"Chase's recipes make me feel like a really good party is about to happen.-Barbara Kafka, Vogue

"Sarah Chase offers original, elegant recipes that are brimming with imagination."-Cookbook Digest

OTHER MARVELOUS SELECTIONS FOR WARMING WINTER COOKERY:

Wild Rice, Mushroom, and Oyster Bisque

Roasted Pepper and Artichoke Puffs

White Clam and Bacon Pizza

Fiddlehead Fritters

Deviled Beef Ribs

Braised Lamb Shanks with White Beans and Goat Cheese Crust

Shrimp Fried Wild Rice

Indian Chicken Ragout

Oven-Roasted Vidalia Onions

Swordfish au Poivre

Roast Duck with Blood Oranges

Asparagus alla Carbonara

Maple Mousse

Pumpkin-and-Pear Bread Pudding

Southern Pecan Cake with Lulu's Rum Sauce

Christmas Truffle Tart


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Great classic dishes and unique options.
lovelandavenue
Of all the cookbooks I own (and that's a lot) this one is probably my favorite.
L. Taylor
I simply have great recipes - and they are all from this book.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By PCJ on October 13, 2006
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
I love this book. I've been into cooking since I was about 5 and I own over 4,000 cookbooks, but this one is definitely my fav. I bought it in December 1990 and at this point, have cooked nearly every recipe in the book. They are all fabulous. I have never had one of these recipes fail.

I have given this book as a gift many times over the years, and the recipients have all come to love the book as much as I do.

Here are some of the standout recipes:

Creamed Spinach - it's a very simple recipe but the best I've ever tasted

Mustard Creamed Onions - a zippy twist on a Thanksgiving tradition

Spanish Garlic Soup - rich and unusual

Raised Waffles - worth the price of the book just for this recipe!

Apricot Ginger Cream Scones - totally fattening & totally worth it

Turkey Mole - the best mole I've ever had, way better than most restaurants

Spicy Shrimp, NOLA Style - just like Pascal Manale's

The thing I love about these recipes is that even the ones I don't think I'll like (such as Rhubarb Custard Pie) come out great. SLC also has a fun, chatty and erudite writing style, so reading her cookbooks is almost as much fun as cooking from them.

Many of the recipes are a bit long and can take awhile to make, but the end product is worth every minute of prep time.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By D. STOCK-KIEFER on March 3, 2001
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This is a cookbook I turn to again and again. The flavors are wonderful, the recipes diverse and sophisticated (though you often can cut back on oil). Be sure to try the Saucisson Paysanne (leftovers are great on buttered parsley noodles; reduced fat kielbasa works fine, but don't use fat-free or really low fat...it gets tough), Italian Rosemary Potatoes, Bay Scallops Gremolata, the Orzo and Roasted Vegetable Salad (great for potlucks as it serves twice as many as the recipe says!), the Baby Carrots with Brown Sugar and Mustard, and the Mixed Greens with Spiced Pecans, Chevre and Hot Cider Dressing. Be sure to check out her Nantucket Open House Cookbook as well.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Melanie House on August 20, 2000
Format: Paperback
This book, along with the Nantucket book, are the two most-used staples of my large cookbook collection. Some of these recipies call for expensive, lavish ingredients, but all are well worth the expense! The artichoke/prociutto hors d'oeuvres disappear faster than you can produce them. Another "must-have" from Ms. Chase!
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 25, 2000
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I own a lot of cookbooks, but this is the one I pull out most frequently during cold weather months. It is especially great for cozy, casual, Sunday type entertaining. The chapter "Stormy Weather and Magic Mountains" is my favorite. Be sure to try the Hungarian Chicken, Indian Ragout, Country Captain, Ropa Vieja, and Cabbage Rolls. A wonderful, eclectic assortment of do ahead, one dish meals.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 2, 1999
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This cookbook is as much fun just to browse through as it is to prepare recipes from. She doesn't have a light hand for seasoning, esp. having a penchant for saffron, cilantro. Also, not for dieters- this is a celebration cookbook. Spends some time on big $$ items, such as lobster, foie gras and rack of lamb, but there is enough in here for the moderate spender that is described beautifully and laid out sensibly.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 22, 2000
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I received this as a gift and it is amazing. Every recipe I have tried has been great. Sample menus are fabulous. This will keep anyone cooking year round. Recipes are diverse and intriguing. I have given this as a gift over and over.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 21, 1999
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Sarah Leah Chases cookbooks never fail to provide interesting, flavorful, and beautiful dishes. This cookbook along with Chase's Nantucket Open House Cookbook are just dreamy. Her descriptions of the recipes are wonderful and the recipes themselves are lavish and tastey!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Laura B. worrell on August 16, 2000
Format: Hardcover
I have used this book so often the paperback edition is worn out. I am reordering it in hardcover. It is excellent for family meals as well as entertaining.
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