MOM'S SECRET RECIPE FILE: MORE THAN 125 TREASURED RECIPES FROM THE MOTHERS OF OUR GREAT CHEFS

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Hyperion Books, Apr 14, 2004 - Cooking - 352 pages
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ho inspired Jamie Oliver to put a premium on fresh, 'naked' food Who influenced Sylvia Woods' talent for titillating the sweet tooth It just might have something to do with their mothers. Now, in this one-of-a-kind cookbook, America's top celebrity chefs divulge the cooking secrets that started it all. Mom's Secret Recipe File features endearing stories, approachable recipes, family cooking lore, valuable tips, and timeless advice from each chef/mother pair. The duos are featured in 'mini chapters' that begin with short introductions written by the chefs-a favorite memory about how their moms' cooking styles inspired their own-followed by four recipes from their moms' secret files. Mom's Secret Recipe File is not only a perfect Mother's Day gift, it's sure to become a cooking classic.

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Like Michael Rosen's Cooking from the Heart, this book focuses on the connections between food and family but emphasizes the matriarchal side. (Rosen's book benefited Share Our Strength, the ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
Lidia Matticchio Bastianich
v
Sara Moulton
11
Barbara Kafka
19
Jacques Pepin
27
Jasper White
35
Nick Malgieri
43
Rose Levy Beranbaum
52
Sylvia Woods
147
Ming Tsai
153
Jamie Oliver
163
Mollie Katzen
172
Arthur Schwartz
181
Nigella Lawson
193
Jim Perdue
203
Steven Raichlen
221

Chris Styler
61
Jeremiah Tower
71
Joan Nathan
77
Marcus Samuelsson
85
Mary Ann Esposito
93
Anthony Bourdain
101
Art Smith
109
Chris Schlesinger
119
Rocco DiSpirito
129
Rozanne Gold
135
I
232
Susan Feniger
243
Todd English
263
Martin Yan
285
II
303
The Womens Commission
323
19
325
c
333
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About the author (2004)

Christopher Styler is the author of Primi Piatti, and his articles have appeared in Family Circle, Redbook, Woman's Day, and New York magazine.

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