Great Adventures in Food: Fresh Ways to Celebrate Every Meal

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St. Martin's Press, 1999 - Cooking - 274 pages
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What's the difference between radicchio and mesclun? What's the safest way to cook chicken? The most nutritious way to serve miso? The easiest way to roast garlic, make herb-infused vinegars, and maintain a well-stocked pantry?

The answers are in this lively, authoritative book. Besides tips, charts, and useful information, the book presents 100 recipes from top chefs including Alice Waters, Rick Bayless, Michael Romano, Eric Ripert, and others -- many of whom are best-selling cookbook authors in their own right.

Seasoned cooks and newcomers alike will delight in this great guide to good food.

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Ellen Haas is a leading expert on healthy eating. She recently served as under-secretary of Agriculture for Food, Nutrition and Consumer Services, and is founder and CEO of FoodFit.com, a nutrition- and fitness-related Web site. The mother of two, she lives in Washington, DC.

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