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Jamie's America Hardcover – September 3, 2009
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Top Customer Reviews
Jamie's America covers from the West to East Coast, and everything in between. Thus far, we've made two recipes out of the book (we've only had it a week) and they were both delicious and relatively easy to make (though we do consider ourselves intermediate to expert level cooks for a household of four). I think what I most appreciated about this book was the diversity of recipes. From delicious Dan Dan Noodles to traditional Navajo breakfasts, you'll find a wide spectrum of dishes.
From an aesthetic perspective, the book is well bound and designed, grouping recipes together by location rather than dish, and sprinkled with lots of love and charm that make Jamie one of our favorite cooks of all time.
If you loved Food Revolution, this is definitely a great addition.
What I found disappointing were the subjects he chose. Perhaps its the British or European point of view but in the US, you can literally get hundreds of cook books on Southern Cooking, Cajun, TexMex, southwestern, Californian cuisine, so there was not much new there except the wild west, which was new territory for me.
Finally, why people see the need to add political commentary to a cookbook is beyond my ken.
He gives us an interesting look in our own country's cuisine.
My only criticism, I wish he had a section on the cuisine of San Francisco and the wine country to the north.
Perhaps, he'll cover it in his next work.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent book - creative and practical. The salad recipes are winners.
Great travel log to set the scene for each recipe.
Had this book a couple of years now, we love Jamie!
My favorite is the chili. We make that almost every week
Excellent book with yummy recipes. I have purchased 3 of these books, one for each of my sons. Now, I want to get one for myself.Published on March 2, 2013 by Claudette Crane
I love Jamie's recipes so I thought, since I live in America, let's see what Jamie thinks Americans love. I don't believe they like chillis as much as he does. Read morePublished on October 19, 2011 by Diana K.