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Kathy Casey's Northwest Table: Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, Southern Alaska Hardcover – Bargain Price, September 1, 2006

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About the Author

Chef Kathy Casey is widely recognized for her fold in bringing women chefs and Northwest cuisine to national prominence. She owns Kathy Casey Food Studios, a food, beverage, and restaurant consulting venue in Seattle, and Dish D'Lish, featuring a line of retail specialty projects. Also an accomplished food writer, Kathy pens a monthly column, "Dishing," for the Seattle Times. She is a frequent TV guest and host. A true Northwesterner, this Washington-born chef grows an urban "parking lot" garden

E. Jane Armstrong's photographs have appeared in magazines such as Travel & Leisure and in many books, including The Perfect Match and From Our House to Yours. She lives in Seattle.
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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 232 pages
  • Publisher: Chronicle Books (September 1, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0811854329
  • ASIN: B0030ILWHY
  • Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 1.1 x 9.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,372,539 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Amanda Coate on October 13, 2006
Format: Hardcover
Not only does Kathy Casey's Northwest Table have delightfully delicious recipes it is a great read. The photos are amazing and remind me how grateful I am to live here in the Northwest. I look forward to using each recipe. The articles along with the recipes give me further insight on the food I am preparing, helping me to better understand food and to be a more educated chef! She has a unique artistic talent that should be shared with all!
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I just picked up Kathy Casey's new book and I love it. I must admit that I am one of those cooks that needs pictures to entice me to make something and Kathy's cookbooks always have them. Her salad recipes are to die for. So many salads are just so bland, but the Endive salad with Roasted pears is amazing. I'm also a big fan of her French Seasoning salt. I put it on everything!
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Last night we finally got rid of the left over turkey from Thanksgiving and I get to think about fixing something else. I think I'm in a shrimp mood, and this book just fell open to page 66 with Sesame Roasted Shrimp Sticks with Zippy Apricot Dipping Sauce. Spicy, quick, easy and they look absolutely delicious.

As you would expect, this book from the Northwest has a lot of seafood. More ways to cook salmon that you can count (well, really you could count them) including some ways that are quite different from the others I've seen.

Another food area that has a lot of production in the Northwest is fruit, and some of her combinations of fresh fruit with farly shart ingredients like blue cheese look like the evenings side dishes are well taken care of.

Complaints, well there's one - Martini's are sacred things, you don't go messing them up with things like cucumber and sake (see page 38) - you don't even make them out of vodka - yuch! And Seattle Expresso Martini isn't really a Martini at all. Then again, the Slow-Roasted Martini Short Ribs (page 134) maybe I won't do shrimp tonight after all.

There are a lot of things here that you don't see in other cookbooks.
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By C. works on November 30, 2012
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This book was recommended by a college roomate from 40+ years ago. I tried about 12 recipes for Thanksgiving and all were rated excellent by the 15 family and friends attending the dinner. I immediately ordered 4 more books for Christmas gifts. Excellent buy at full price but a steal at Amazon price of $14.00.
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A friend of mine made the Marinated Flank Steak with Grilled Vegetables for me several years ago and I never forgot it. Finally, after about 6 years of thinking about that delicious recipe, I broke down, bought the book and made the recipe for myself. It was every bit as good as I remembered it from before. I've also made several other things out of this book and I've loved every single one. I have a pretty sizable collection of cookbooks, but since I purchased this one, it's kind of turned into a "go-to" book. You can't go wrong here - I recommend this book highly!
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Everything we have tried from "Kathy Casey's Northwest Table" has been incredible!! I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to impress their Family and Friends with delicious (and fairly easy---a must for me!) Northwest favorites. You can't go wrong!
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This beautiful coffee table cookbook has it all; from creative uses of apples and hazelnuts to raspberries and rhubarb (w/honey mousse!). Crab, salmon, muscles, oysters, and halibut all here as well as pork loin, lamb, chicken and duck. And the cocktails and desserts are spot on for our region. As a northwest native and editor of The Good Home Cookbook: More Than 1,000 Classic American Recipes, I can say that these recipes well represent our region in a classy, tasteful and accurate manner. I highly recommend it!
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