Toast: 60 Ways to Butter Your Bread and Then Some

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Chronicle Books, Dec 1, 2002 - Cooking - 107 pages
Toast, you say? Well, how about Toast with Wild Mushrooms, Truffle Oil, and Marsala? Or Crockpot Lamb Shanks with Toasted Cornbread? Or Toasted Lemon Pound Cake with Pears in Port? In this fun and tempting cookbook, more than 60 easy recipes take toasted bread and turn it into a base for delicious appetizers, snacks, sandwiches, main courses, and desserts. Toast is a clever way for cooks to expand their repertoire for tasty meals whatever the time of day. Any way you slice it, toast is one of the most versatile innovations ever to have popped up in the kitchen.

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In this stylish cookbook, Cool (who owns California cafes and has authored several cookbooks, including one dedicated to the tomato) proves that with fresh ingredients and an active imagination, the ... Read full review

Contents

Table of Contents C ST 8 INTRODUCTION CrOl
8
TOASTING TECHNIQUES
10
TOASTING APPLIANCES
12
Breakfast
14
Appetizers
32
Sandwiches
52
Main Courses
66
Sweet Toasts + Desserts
86
INDEX
105
TABLE OF EQUIVALENTS
108
Copyright

About the author (2002)

Jesse Z. Cool is the owner of the venerable Flea Street Caf , where mouthwatering organic cuisine has flourished for 20 years, the jZcool Eatery & Catering, and the Cool Caf , all situated near Stanford University and her home in Palo Alto, California.

Deborah Jones has won an International Association of Culinary Professionals award for her photography. Her images appear in many cookbooks, including Michael Chiarello's Casual Cooking (0-8118-3383-6), A Perfect Glass of Wine (0-8118-1295-2), and the Vege

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