Simply Bishop's: Easy Seasonal Recipes

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Douglas & McIntyre, Apr 1, 2009 - Cooking - 170 pages
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An early proponent of the slow food movement, chef John Bishop believes in simple, elegant food made from local ingredients. His philosophy, talent, and impeccable taste have won him rave reviews at Bishop’s Restaurant; now, his dishes are available to home cooks through this outstanding cookbook. Organized by course, and mindful of the seasonality of all ingredients, Simply Bishop’s offers flavorful, down-to-earth fare for those looking to eat local while enjoying excellent food.
 

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My son visited your restaurant and you signed your cookbook for me several years ago. Well, I have been cooking for 40 years and everyone says I am a good cook. Your cookbook is my favorite! And I have many. Thank you for your delicious combinations of great foods, your artistry in the kitchen and for sharing your talents with the world. I grab it every time I want something really good to eat. Thanks, Chris, too for a great gift!!
Melinda Roeleveld, St. Louis, MO
 

Contents

SIMPLE AND SEASONAL
1
EASY ENTERTAINING
3
MENUS FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS
7
APPETIZERS
9
SOUPS
35
SALADS
53
ENTREES
71
SIDE DISHES
114
DESSERTS
137
STOCKS
162
INDEX
166
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John Bishop 's love for cooking began when he was a child growing up in Newton Powys, Wales. Starting out by helping in his mother's kitchen to eventually as a young man learning the formal requirements of traditional French food preparation at a hotel school. After working as a chef in Great Britain,  Bishop moved to Vancouver in 1973. At the urging of friends and investors during the recession of 1985, John opened Bishop's . Since then, Bishop's has consistently been one of the city's top restaurants. Annually the restaurant receives top grades from local as well as all the respected North American guides.Bishop  has authored four cookbooks with Douglas & McIntyre: Bishop's , Cooking at My House , Fresh and Simply Bishop's .

Dennis Green was born in Alberta, though his family has lived in British Columbia for five generations. After extensive travels with his parents, he returned to BC when he was seven years old. His love of cooking led him to apprentice at the Avenue Grill in Vancouver, and he went on to serve as the chef at Barbara-Jos Restaurant. He has a passion for regional-style cooking using organic, fresh, local and seasonal ingredients. He joined the team at Bishops in 1993 and was chef there from 1997 to 2007.

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