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Food Network Favorites: Recipes from Our All-StarChefs Hardcover – November 21, 2005
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All-time-favorite recipes from some of the world's best chefs.
More than 120 of the best restaurant-quality recipes that can easily be prepared in home kitchens.
Numerous how-to photos and detailed text guarantee recipe success every time.
From the Back Cover
Want to cook like a TV chef? Food Network Favorites takes you backstage and shows you how it's done.
Impress your friends and wow your tastebuds with more than 110 favorite recipes from the celebrity chefs you know and love, along with tips, tricks, and 10 extra recipes from Food Network Kitchens, the behind-the-scenes staff at the Food Network.
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Each chef provides 10 recipes (and, as a bonus, the staff at Food Kitchen adds an extra ten as well). Each section begins with questions of and answers from the chefs, adding a nice personal touch.
Let's take a look at some illustrations of what is in this book. Alton Brown's recipe for French Onion Soup looks delicious. He adds touches that have never been a part of my recipe--but those extras look pretty cool (e.g., apple cider and a splash of cognac). An example of Bobby Flay's recipes--Spice-rubbed pork tenderloin with ancho chile-mustard sauce. I have tried for a long time to come up with tasty recipes for pork tenderloin. Many end up pretty lame. This one is not likely to be considered lame. One creates a spice rub, including ancho chile powder as well as three other chile powders. The ancho chile mustard sauce includes creme fraiche plus chipotle and ancho chile. Then, the tenderloins themselves.
From Emeril, a tasty salad, Baby arugula with country ham, goat cheese, dried cherries, and walnut vinaigrette. The dressing is exquisite, including walnuts, vinegar, honey, shallots, and oil. Add some ham and goat cheese. . . .
Finally, Mario Batali's simple recipe for Penne with Cauliflower (by the way, some of the recipes in this volume will be awfully challenging to home chefs). Olive oil, garlic, tomatoes, cauliflower, salt, penne, parsley, pepper, and some cheese (such as pecorino or parmigiano-reggiano). Put it all together and a tasty, simple, and pretty healthy dish.
So, a nice change of pace, featuring some recipes of well-known Food Network chefs. I enjoyed simply looking at the recipes, imagining how some of these would taste, and eying the photos of some of the resulting dishes.