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In New York's Hell's Kitchen, legions of family-owned restaurants have thrived for decades, making the neighborhood a magnet for chefs, restrauateurs, and hungry citizens craving authentic enthicdishes from around the world.
Can't make it to this culinary melting pot on the west side of MAnhattan? Don't worry. Crack open Sizzle in Hell's Kitchen: Enthic Recipes from Restaurants of New York City's Ninth Ave Neighborhood and take a tour courtesy of author Carliss Retif Pond, who will so fully trnsport you, you'll think you you smell the garlic. And once she's whetted your appetite, she'll satisfy it with recipes from 38 restaurants and 27 cuisines.(Diet & Nutrition 2010-02-01)
SIZZLE IN HELL'S KITCHEN
ethnic recipes from restaurants of New York City's
Ninth Avenue neighborhood
Carliss Retif Pond
Hell's Kitchen is internationally renowned for its diversity and authenticity, with many restaurants having been owned by generations of the same family. It's no wonder the restaurants and food shops of this immigrant neighborhood continue to be among New York City's major food venues for home cooks, chefs, restaurant-goers and anyone who loves to eat.Recipes from a variety of neighborhood restaurants are collected here, including dishes from these cuisines: African, American Louisiana, Belgian, Brazilian, Chilean, Chinese, Cuban, Druze (Israeli), Egyptian, Ethiopian, French, German, Global-Eclectic, Greek, Indian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Mexican, Moroccan, Middle East, Progressive American, Puerto Rican/Argentinean, Russian, Spanish, Thai, and Turkish.
Carliss Retif Pond earned a master's in English literature from the University of New Orleans. She gained her culinary education at Le Cordon Bleu, Paris, and Ritz Escoffier School. She has been a culinary advisor for Bloomingdale's and a banquet coordinator for the Plaza Hotel. She lives in New York City.
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