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About Tiffany Harelik
Tiffany Harelik publishes books and podcasts from Driiftwood, Texas. When she's not thumbing through cookbooks and star charts, you can find her gardening or teaching yoga. Find her work at www.TiffanyHarelik.com
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Books By Tiffany Harelik
Portland's celebrated food cart chefs create artisan meals by combining world influences and the finest local ingredients. Tiffany Harelik brings her Trailer Food Diaries Cookbook series to Oregon to capture the histories and recipes of these creative and passionate entrepreneurs. Meet the local chefs, explore the food cart scene and sample from a savory array of gourmet dishes. From Alligator and Chicken Jambalaya to Pendleton Pie, and from Breakfast Gnocchi to Wild Mushroom and Kale Pate, this mouthwatering collection of recipes offers something for both the food cart novice and the tried-and-true cart-ivore.
Every food truck in Columbus has a story. Jim Pashovich, godfather of the local scene, honors his Macedonian heritage with his fleet of Pitabilities trucks. After working as a New York City line cook, Catie Randazzo returned to Columbus to open Challah! and wow the hometown crowd with her reimagined Jewish comfort food. Chef Tony Layne of Por'Ketta serves up rotisserie-style porcine fare in his tin-roofed truck. Established favorites like Paddy Wagon and Explorers Club pair with the city's best nightlife venues and breweries to extend their offerings at permanent pop-up kitchens. With insider interviews and over thirty recipes, food authors Tiffany Harelik and Renee Casteel Cook chew their way through the thriving food truck scene of Columbus.
The Live Pain Free Cookbook Oct 31, 2017
This is much more than just another book with a few recipes and shopping lists. While it includes dozens of easy to make, delicious recipes, it also helps you identify the specific trigger foods you need to avoid if you want to live pain free.
The Big Bend Cookbook: Recipes and Stories from the Heart of West Texas (American Palate) Oct 28, 2014
Early settlers of the Big Bend honed a culture of self-reliance, resilience and creativity. Today, this is reflected in the diverse art, music and cuisine of the area that draw visitors undeterred by its isolation. Though sparsely populated, Big Bend is home to nationally acclaimed restaurants and chefs, as well as generations' worth of family recipes. Travel town by town and plate by plate in this culinary and cultural tour through the Big Bend. Indulge in a slice of jalapeno chocolate cake from Lajitas. Taste the way Big Bend Brewery's beer makes beef stew irresistible. Take a bite of an innovated classic with the rich pistachio fried steak in Marfa. From barbecued cabrito in Marathon and pozole in Fort Davis to adventures foraging in the desert, savor a part of Texas unlike any other. Author Tiffany Harelik guides the journey with interviews, history and, of course, recipes.
Portlanders have always had a taste for fresh local foods served up with a lack of pretense. So it's no surprise that food carts have emerged as a popular way to showcase a variety of flavors to hungry locals. While the business is a competitive one, the most unique and culturally diverse food trucks are able to thrive. From new spins on old classics--like the meatball sub and the spinach salad--to innovative creations like the Sriracha Mix-a-Lot and Peppered Peanut Popcorn Brittle, food carts have established a presence as culinary gems in a city brimming with creative dining options. Join Tiffany Harelik, author of the Trailer Food Diaries Cookbook series, as she returns to Portland to celebrate this growing food revolution.
In the past few years, Austin has grown--and its appetite has kept up Tiffany Harelik, Austin's resident food truck ambassador and cookbook author, digs into her hometown's vibrant food truck scene for a third helping of local recipes. Meet the chefs behind the trucks and their sweet and savory specialties while gaining an insider's view of local recommendations. From basil spritzers and mint limeades to lomo saltado, chicken in mushroom-caper cream sauce and fried strawberries and everything in between, the recipes within are certain to inspire.
While Fort Worth is known for its meat and potato "cowboy cuisine" and Dallas for its upscale artisanal restaurants, the Metroplex has embraced the next wave of culinary creativity: the food truck revolution Whether it's strawberry basil balsamic lemonade, herb and pepper infused olive oil, Cajun crawfish pasta or whoopie pies, the food trucks in cowboy country are serving a wide range of cuisines as well as the traditional hamburgers, hot dogs and handheld treats. Join Tiffany Harelik as she brings the Trailer Food Diaries to the Metroplex and explores the recipes and personal stories behind Dallas and Fort Worth's favorite restaurants on wheels.
In Houston, everyone from enterprising chefs at established restaurants to home cooks who love to eat has taken their recipes to the streets. From the Heights to Montrose and bars in between, food truck concepts are peppered around the Bayou City, feeding hungry Houstonians everything from bacon jam to cookie-flavored cashew butter, beer-braised lengua tacos to fried escargot. These creative mini-restaurants on wheels have shared the best of the best, including flavors from southern, Asian and Bayou cuisine. Join Tiffany Harelik as she brings the Trailer Food Diaries to Houston and explores the recipes and personal stories behind Houston's tastiest trend.
Austin isn't just the live music capital of the world; it's the trailer food capital of the world too Tiffany Harelik, Austin's own Trailer Food Queen, offers a road map to exploring "trailer food" within the setting of her hometown's rebel charm. Meet the chefs bringing nostalgia to the al fresco experience as they share their favorite recipes from around the globe. No matter what part of town you are in, and no matter what you are craving, these chefs have you covered with banh mi sliders, avocado sorbets, smoothies, sandwiches, supper, sweets and everything in between.
Austin, Texas, is at the forefront of the richly iconic trailer food movement. These entrepreneurs have taken the age-old concept of street food and transformed it into gourmet art. Up-and-coming chefs offer their best menus out of unique trucks, cargo boxes and Airstream trailers. Some food trailers stand alone, while others are clustered in quaint trailer parks peppered throughout the city. Join Tiffany Harelik (rhymes with garlic) on a tour through Austin's trailer food scene. Meet the entrepreneurial spirits behind some of the city's favorite food trucks as they share their favorite recipes. From bacon jam to tacos and guacamole to cake balls, it will inspire any home chef to become the hero of their next dinner party and give you new favorite recipes to hand down to the next generation.