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Kitchen Gypsy: Recipes and Stories from a Lifelong Romance with Food (Sunset) Hardcover – September 15, 2015
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It's not every day that we get this excited about a cookbook. But Kitchen Gypsy - the latest from local chef, author, TV host and culinary instructor Joanne Weir - is so much more. Alongside the book's recipes are Weir's colorful stories, which say a lot about the chef's lifelong romance with food - from growing up on her family's farm in the Berkshires to her Chez Panisse years to the opening of her wildly successful Sausalito restaurant, Copita.―PureWow
Every recipe in this book is a winner...Pick up a copy and learn the meaning of California-Mediterranean cuisine.―Food Republic
...a delicious, often humorous read, lavishly illustrated and filled with inspiration.―San Jose Mercury News
[Weir's] latest masterpiece, Kitchen Gypsy, is a work from the heart. It's a memoir of sorts that looks back at her culinary career...filled with tantalizing dishes and fascinating insider tidbits.―MyDomaine
Anyone with a passion for good food needs this cookbook immediately.―Washington Book Review
About the Author
Joanne Weir is a James Beard Award-winning cookbook author, international cooking teacher and chef. In her award-winning PBS series, "Joanne Weir's Cooking Class," "Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence" and her new series "Joanne Weir Gets Fresh", Joanne's love of teaching students how to cook is shared with a national TV audience. In 2012, Weir opened Copita, a critically-acclaimed Mexican restaurant and tequileria in Sausalito, California. She launched her online wine business, Joanne Weir Wines in 2011, garnering medals in Sunset's International Wine Competition. She is the author of 17 cookbooks, 10 of which were created in collaboration with Williams-Sonoma. Joanne has been featured on numerous television shows including The Today Show and Good Morning America, and writes for many national magazines including Cooking Light, Bon Appétit, Better Homes and Gardens, Food & Wine, AARP The Magazine and Sunset Magazine. She spends several months of the year touring the globe sharing her extensive knowledge and love of food. Among her many honors Joanne was one of 20 American women chefs appointed to the American Chef Corp whose assignment is to promote world relations through food. She won the Julia Child IACP Cooking Teacher Award of Excellence as well as Tour Operator of the Year Award from the IACP for her highly acclaimed Culinary Journeys.
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Top Customer Reviews
The marinated and grilled Halibut with a pistachio -mint salsa verde was delicious and her spiced chicken was very good. I'm looking forward to trying many more recipes, and also to making these two recipes again very soon.
She writes in such a way that I was hooked from the beginning, her story is as interesting as one would find in a novel. However, for those of us who love to cook, it is far better than a novel. For one cannot read it without going away hungry and inspired to close the book and cook. Which may be why it took awhile to read all of it.
This book is both memoir and recipe book. So if you just want recipes, reach for another of her books. If you want to learn more about Joanne and the way she cooks... then this is the book for you.
are Crunchy,sweet enough ,great texture and delicious.It looks like Joanne has chosen the recipes for how she likes to eat..All of the recopes look good and are well written. There are so many, goood pictures and recipes, I will be going back to Kitchen Gypsy many times as well as for the stories she tells...How she got to go to France still makes me laugh.I bought it for myself and would give it as a gift to someone who loves to cook or wants to love cooking.The back cover with the beautiful orange salad tells you that Joanne Weier loves truly delicious fresh food and highlights the benefits of fappreciating in season ingreditnets!