OConnell offers vastly refined versions of his favorite American food: Macaroni and Cheese with Virginia Country Ham, Crab Cake "Sandwich" with Fried Green Tomatoes, Veal Medallions with Country Ham Ravioli, and Warm Plum Torte with Sweet Corn Ice Cream. All the recipes use fresh American ingredients to make delicious dishes that rival the finest foods from France and Italy.
Easy to follow recipes and totally brings us back to our tim eat The Inn at Little Washington.Published 17 days ago by LoveIsLikely
Great cookbook to have in your collection. I personally know two Chef's that worked under Patrick O'Connell. All The recipes are spot on and I've prepared a few of them.Published 3 months ago by Brian Sullivan
I bought both cook books (the first and this latest one) together thinking I would compare them and see how the recipes from the 1st book had changed and which I liked better. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Johnpix
As noted, cooking tips and recipes For The Rest Of Us. Surprisingly useful, even if a product of one of the most expensive restaurants I've ever visited. Good fun reading anyway.Published 4 months ago by Gene Barnes
spectacular evening. Food was out of this world. We have been to many high end restaurants and we rank this amount the very best. service was equally as good. Read morePublished 5 months ago by mark kaiser
I am afraid I don't have enough years left to come close to being able to do justices to all the recipes but there are worse things to do with your time. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Stephen Robertson
Easy recipes that make your food taste gourmet. Not one bad recipe in this book and ranges from simple to complex but are never difficult to execute. Read morePublished 20 months ago by dw03