Little meals: a great new way to eat and cook

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Villard Books, Jul 27, 1993 - Cooking - 253 pages
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Little Meals, winner of the prestigious James Beard Award, is a cookbook geared to the eating habits of a new generation for whom the "grazing craze" has become a way of life. Bigger than a first course, smaller than a main course, Little Meals satisfy without leaving you satiated and are a healthy way to eat. In the time it takes to make a traditional meal, you can whip up two or three Little Meals and savor the New World tapestry of flavors: Seared Salmon on Creole Rice; Curried Ginger Chicken with a Poppadum Crisp. Gold created Little Meals for New York's famous Rainbow Room, where she was consulting chef for nine years. "Trends may come and go, but great style endures", says Gold, whose goal was to translate these elegant dishes into any-time-of-day Little Meals that are of restaurant stature but remarkably easy to prepare at home. Also included are tips on stocking your pantry and suggestions for turning Little Meals into bona fide Little Feasts.

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Gold is culinary director of a New York City restaurant consulting firm that numbers the Rainbow Room among its clients; she developed the idea of "little meals'' for that restaurant's Promenade Bar ... Read full review


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