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Own Your Kitchen: Recipes to Inspire & Empower Hardcover – October 15, 2013
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You can tell the book was put out by the Food Network, and they laid it on a bit thick with the "Anne Burrell" schtick. The book could have used a lot more Anne the educator and a lot less Anne the character. The brisket recipe ends with "A tisket a tasket a brisket for my tummy" or some such non-sense, which I suppose is intended to show her having fun in the kitchen with her recipe. The least they could have done was make it rhyme, perhaps "A tasket, a tisket, a really yummy briskett." I blame the editor. a good editor is supposed to help tone down the schmaltz and keep the author on track.
Her Luau Pork recipe left me wondering. "Marinating" a pork roast in a brine with pineapple juice for 24 hours? Won't pineapple juice adversely effect the texture of the meat at that length of time? And her Brined Herby Roast Turkey, this is the first time I've seen carrots and celery in the brine mixture. I'm not saying it wouldn't work, but it just seems odd. And her Chicken and Israeli Couscous recipe calls for a 1/2 cup of tomato paste. That's like an entire can of tomato paste. At some point, wouldn't it be easier to use tomato sauce or crushed tomatoes?
And the title "Own Your Kitchen" had me really psyched to get the book, but her first cookbook was a lot better in terms of getting comfortable in your kitchen. This just seemed mostly like a collection of recipes with vignettes about how she developed the recipe based on the glamorous adventures she has had traveling the world.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Anne makes difficult sounding dishes easy.
And shows how you can add your own spin to recipes. Fun read.
Entertaining, and educational.
I started making a few receives and they were fantastic. Cubano tuscano was fantastic. This will be my go to book for fantastic new dishes. Thanks Chef.Published 4 months ago by down to cases
Anne is a fun chef to watch on tv, so I thought this cookbook might be fun as well. Her little stories are very enjoyable and I love her great hints. Read morePublished 6 months ago by curtispalmer
Anne makes the recipes look very easy to make. The pictures of the recipes let you know what the final product will look like.Published 6 months ago by C. Green
I will never be able to give Burrell any type of a decent review. I once saw her taste something she was making on one of her first shows, and then put the spoon back into what she... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Love her cookbooks. This one is number two. Sent the first one to my eldest nephew since he loves to cook. Anne rocks.Published 7 months ago by KJW