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Saltie: A Cookbook Hardcover – October 10, 2012
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"It's hard to talk about Saltie. Too easy to dismiss it as merely a sandwich shop. In a time when broad, white plates smeared with science and dotted with masculine, dildoic bravado are considered high art, Saltie makes the heroic plea for serving the common man an elemental, delicious food borne out of decades in the best kitchens in New York. I can't think of a more unintentional subversive act or a more profound work of love than the pleasure of a Saltie sandwich. You're my heart. I love you." - Tom Mylan, The Meat Hook, Brooklyn NY
About the Author
Anna Dunn is a Brooklyn-based freelance writer, blogger and editor in chief of Diner Journal.
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Top Customer Reviews
The writing is great, really personal stories about food, recipes, and kitchen life. It gives you a broader understanding of how a certain dish came to be a part of the family.
I make the lazy house wife vinegatrette and salad rapide at least once a week.
The cock a leekie was a great success and it felt so special to have a soup I have come to love at Saltie in my own kitchen.
I love this group of chefs and I love this cookbook!
The Saltie book I bought on Amazon is my third - I gave it to my college sophomore daughter on her 19th birthday. May she never think eating well has to mean eating boring :-)!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Interesting recipes, good writing. Liked it so much I ordered one for a friend.Published 21 months ago by lola
Saltie was interesting to read but not really suitable for me to use as a cookbook. All the measurements were Imperial instead of the internationally used Metric. Read morePublished on May 30, 2014 by jan dash
Man, if you ever get the chance to go this restaurant, GO! It's great food. But if you live far away, get this book!Published on January 29, 2013 by yvonne bang