- Hardcover: 240 pages
- Publisher: Clarkson Potter; 1ST edition (April 8, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0770435009
- ISBN-13: 978-0770435004
- Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 0.9 x 9.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (253 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,959 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Chopped Cookbook: Use What You've Got to Cook Something Great Hardcover – April 8, 2014
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FOOD NETWORK KITCHEN is the culinary engine behind the television shows, website, Food Network Magazine, entwine, airport and stadium restaurants, a line of Kohl’s products, and more. Comprised of chefs, stylists, recipe developers, researchers, and all-around food nerds, the Food Network Kitchens team carefully selects every ingredient in the baskets for the hit show Chopped, ensuring that each combination, no matter how wacky, has many delicious potential outcomes.
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Top Customer Reviews
I love these recipes...they remind me of Chopped in that there is some random ingredients I wouldn't have thought to pair with other things. And the sauces pages are great! I feel like in most cookbooks you only want to use a handful of the recipes (or maybe you want to make more but you just...don't) but I have a feeling we'll be making as many of these recipes as we can.
I guess, if you're expecting exact recipes from the show this isn't the cookbook for you but if you're like my boyfriend and me where we want some reasonably delicious meals with a little twist this cookbook is great :)
The recipes are based on the recipes that came from the show. They were prepared by the same people who pick the ingredients for the mystery baskets. The difference is the wacky ingredients have been replaced by 'normal' ones that you can find in almost any grocery. One stand-out feature of the book is a list of ingredients found in the show's pantry grouped in categories such as 'Basics', 'Richness', 'Sweetness', 'Crunch' and my favorite: 'Spice/Heat'.
Besides the 'inspired by' factor and the pantry list the only tie-in to the show are tips from the judges that are scttered throughout the book. I am still a little bit disappointed that the recipes aren't from the show but I also still glad I bought it.
This is a colorful insightful addition to the awesome show on Food network. Its like turning the pages of an episode with illustrated ideas for all occasions and tastes alike. This book included a semi-chopped layout - I'm not sure how the randomness of the ingredients are selected for the show or this book but it covers a lot of dishes minus Sanchez's criticism ;-) If you watch the show, like to cook and\or want a great holiday gift idea this is the one for you. It has some Q\A for the judges and Ted with questions like favorite ingredients or guilty pleasure ingredients and why.
The layout and flow of the book is easy to use and makes reading fun. It has many useful tips and helpful hints on new and old dishes. It sparks interest in cooking some just to see how they turn out.
For a page by page review of this book check my video review: http://youtu.be/oY2lEaEroGU