The Taste of the Season: Inspired Recipes for Fall and Winter

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Chronicle Books, Sep 9, 2004 - Cooking - 180 pages
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Renowned cookbook author Diane Worthington knows that with the arrival of cooler climes come cozier cravings. And what could be cozier than this collection of 75 hearty recipes? Spicy chicken gumbo, tangy short ribs -- nothing makes a house a home more than a kitchen filled with the aromas of good cooking like this. These are dishes that fit easily into todays busy lives. Roast Duck with Lavender Honey Sauce can be cooking in the oven while the cook is out enjoying the colorful fall foliage. Hearty Lentil Soup with Grilled Sweet and Hot Italian Sausages is equally satisfying before or after skiing. And a slice of Toasted Coconut Cake or Mocha Truffle Tart is the perfect ending to any mid-winter meal. Diane offers an informative peek into her seasonal cupboard for ideas on which ingredients to keep on hand, plus she includes tips for advance prep for each recipe. The Taste of the Season brings a warm glow to the long, dark nights.
 

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Contents

lntroduction
8
BREAKFAST AND BRUNCH
19
SALADS AND SOUPS
33
Poultry 53 Meat 71 Seafood
89
PASTA GRAlNS AND LEGUMES
105
VEGETABLES AND POTATOES
121
DESSERTS
139
Flavor Enhancers Condiments and Sauces
161
Suggested Menus
169
lndex
175
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Diane Rossen Worthington is a food writer, consultant, and James Beard Award winning broadcaster who trained at the London Cordon Bleu. She is the author of The Taste of Summer (0-8118-2468-3) and The Cuisine of California (0-8118-1651-6), and lives in Sou

Noel Barnhurst is a San Francisco based photographer whose work has appeared in Bon Appetit and Fine Cooking.

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