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Food & Wine Annual Cookbook 2007: An Entire Year of Recipes Hardcover – March 1, 2007

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Editorial Reviews

From Publishers Weekly

Among a crowded field, Food and Wine's annual cookbook is too perennial to stand out and too general to squeeze into any one niche; it is also, year in and year out, one of the best additions to any adventurous chef's kitchen. Featuring new takes on old favorites-a delicious Sweet Potato Souffle, for instance, enriched with a handful of gruyere-alongside exciting adventures in dining, like Patio Pig Pickin', an afternoon-long ham roast that serves 18. In between are international specialties like French celebrity chef Eric Ripert's Brazilian Feijoada, a rib-sticking mix of beans, sausage, and various cuts of pork, like a South American take on the French cassoulet. Other neat tricks include Beef Tenderloin "Dogs" with Corn Relish, featuring marinated slices of tenderloin wedged into crusty slices of baguette, and Shrimp Masala, which mixes big fresh shrimp with a panoply of Indian spices. Desserts are a high point: a Graham Cracker Pound Cake is simple but irresistible, as are Spiced Almond Tuiles, and anyone who sees the full-page glamour shot of the Chocolate Cookies-N-Cream Tower will race to the grocery store for bittersweet chocolate and heavy cream.
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From Booklist

This most recent compilation of a year of Food & Wine magazine's recipes delights the eye and captures the present state of upmarket domestic cuisine. The current crop of recipes bears the imprints of chefs whose work in restaurants has been featured not only in the magazine's pages but also in the increasing numbers of television cooking shows crowding the nation's airwaves. Pasta recipes abound, from comforting macaroni and cheese to noodles dressed with salmon caviar. Seafood plays a major role with all manner of garnishes and enhancements. Popular glazed bacon stars at breakfast. Desserts still rely heavily on chocolate, but a unique fennel cake made from bulb fennel in addition to fennel seed, anise seed, and star anise proves compelling. Asian ingredients beyond simple soy sauce find more and more uses in American cooking. Numerous sidebars throughout the text offer ingredient and equipment evaluations and include Web addresses. Knoblauch, Mark
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Product Details

  • Series: Food & Wine Annual Cookbook
  • Hardcover: 408 pages
  • Publisher: American Express Publishing (March 1, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 193262418X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1932624182
  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 8.4 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #641,230 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

I recommend this cookbook to 2006 Food & Wine magazine subscribers to reference favorite recipes in one easy volume. We consistently enjoy the variety and quality of Food & Wine recipes. They are clearly written, state 'Active' and 'Total' time required, number of servings, and often offer make-ahead and wine suggestions. Most importantly, the recipes taste good and we often remark, "I'd serve this to guests."

One improvement I'd like to see in future annual cookbooks is the addition of monthly table of contents, so I could easily put together a meal from October's magazine. Don't expect pictures for all the recipes like the magazine, but there is good picture representation throughout.
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This cookbook is probably geared toward a more developed cook that I am but the few recipes I have dared to try are good. I especially appreciate the wine pairing information at the back of the book. This would be a good gift for a wine enthusiast/cook.
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I really like the Food and Wine Annual cookbooks they are my go to cookbooks for entertaining. I've subscribed to the magazine and the annual cookbook is so much better to keep and go to for recipes.
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