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66 Square Feet: A Delicious Life: One Woman, One Terrance, 92 Recipes (Anglais) Relié – 1 septembre 2013


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South African-born Marie Viljoen started her blog 66 Square Feet (the size of her Brooklyn terrace) to document her life of gardening and cooking in New York City. Despite designing luxurious rooftop gardens for wealthy clients, her own tiny terrace remained her source of daily inspiration. The blog has subsequently been lauded by Apartment Therapy and the Discovery Channel's Green Planet blog as one of the top 10 gardening blogs to read. Martha Stewart Living and The New York Times have featured Marie's terrace in their pages. Her book, 66 Square Feet - A Delicious Life, is Marie's tribute to the city that has nurtured her. Month by month, we walk with her through New York's parks, streets, and farmers markets, watch her garden and rooftop farm grow, and then gather in the kitchen with a good drink: each month culminates in a menu that highlights the best of the season's produce - foraged, marketed, or grown at home. Her recipes include original cocktails like Bear Talk (hard apple cider and spicebush-infused cognac), and the Transatlantic (serviceberry-infused Calvados with prosecco), carrot and cumin soup with buttermilk, fig and tomato salad with mint and basil, lamb shoulder with anchovies and field garlic, and quinces roasted with juniper berries. Arresting photographs by Marie's husband Vincent Mounier reveal an unexpectedly green side of New York City, while Marie's terrace and menu images offer the reader an intimate and inspiring glimpse of a life lived well, with food and flowers.

Biographie de l'auteur

Marie Viljoen lives in Brooklyn with her French husband and Dominican cat. Her stories and photographs have appeared in many publications, and she contributes regularly to Edible Brooklyn and Edible Manhattan. She teaches at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and leads foraging walks through the wilds of New York City. She has appeared on NBC, CBS, WNYC and Martha Stewart Living Radio.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Cooking, Eating, and Living in NYC 8 septembre 2013
Par John - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
So many reasons to buy this book. About half the book is mostly Mediterranean-inspired recipes. The remainder is stories about living, adventure, and celebration in New York City. Most recipes begin with commentaries and stories.

If you live in New York City, or did live there, or visited for a long period of time, the stories and photos in this book will take you to the City, not to the tourist spots but to its residential experience. Many photos have you on the ground, in the middle of the hubbub, viewing iconic landmarks from streets, seeing what residents see, transported.

This is also a cooking book, and a few recipes are adventuresome, either dishes outside most mainstream homecooks' repertory or using foraged ingredients. The photos make you want to try the recipes, even if they are new to you. Recipes with foraged foods use easily found ingredients, such as sumac flowerheads or Japanese knotweed. Respecting seasonality, recipes are organized by month. Coincidentally, I suspect this encourages readers to try new foods. For example, July is the month to try cold white garlic soup, with grapes. In September let's try dipping raw vegetables in hot olive oil flavored with anchovies and garlic. In December we can make cocktails from vodka we infused with sumac in August. Want to a new take on your go-to recipes? There is a chicken with olives stew in January, buttermilk mashed potatoes in February, and roast asparagus along with strawberries with prosecco in May. You can be as adventurous as you like. I plan to try one new-to-me dish each month. Which month is Ajo Blanco month? Recipes are easy to find using the book's two-page index.

Do you like gardening? In NYC, if you are lucky enough to have a terrace, even a small one--or some other small, easily accesible space--you can build a garden as lush as you want, with potted plants: perennial flowers, roses, herbs, a fig tree; grass for your big, black, Dominican cat. Viljoen was determined enough to haul bags of pea stone up four flights to pebble the terrace floor, and painted the terrace walls a vivid Benjamin Moore Roseate. Add a small table, two chairs, pillows, candles, plus linen napkins, silver silverware, china to make this the adult dinner spot. See the book cover: a reminder that dining can be a moment in paradise, with the right food, wine, setting, and people. This book is inspiring.

Viljoen's writing is crisp, clever, funny, clear. It is full of love for New York City and her home there. She is a good storyteller. I keep my cookbooks in a kitchen cupboard, but my copy of this book will be in the kitchen only on recipe nights.
10 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A treasure! 6 septembre 2013
Par Casey Ellis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
An exquisitely beautiful book with vastly appealing recipes. I add very few new cookbooks to my collection these days, but this one goes on the front shelf. The author has an inviting voice and a clear passion for both cooking and gardening. Heading off to order several more copies to give to friends.
7 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fantastic book for lovers of food, NYC and the simple good life! 10 octobre 2013
Par Lisa H - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This would make an excellent Christmas present for anyone who enjoys beautiful images and great food. I started following Marie's blog after reading about her in Martha Stewart Living magazine. I love getting updates from her blog and was so excited when I heard she was producing a book. Ive made many of the recipes with rave reviews from my husband. The book shows you how every meal can be a memorable one. The pictures of New York are a wonderful reminder of my 2 years there.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Beautiful 7 septembre 2013
Par Timshell Rivers - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I have been following 66 square Feet for over a years on Facebook and her blog. Was excited and thrilled knowing she had a book coming out. Was not disappointed when my packaged arrived, I stayed up till the wee hours reading the whole book recipes and all. Thank you for beautiful images , and wonderful recipes and the thoughtful insight of New York and your amazing little terrace
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This is a GREAT book. 16 mars 2014
Par Julie W. Snyder - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I just discovered this book in our local bookstore. It is unusual not only because the author gardens in 66 Square Feet on her rooftop terrace in NYC, but also because the book is laid out in a creative and appealing way. The author, Marie, goes through the months of the year in NYC. Her chapters start with a gorgeous photo in the NYC vicinity, the high and low temperatures for the month in Fahrenheit and Celsius and then has pictures of her rooftop garden during that month. Her recipes for each month consist of a complete menu with items from her garden, produce that she can forage (mushrooms) and produce from various stores and vendors.

Her holiday Thanksgiving dinner for November is the following:
Thanksgiving Cocktail
Toasted Cumin Cauliflower Soup
Orange, Olive and Chile Salad with Mint
Fennel Roasted Pork Belly
Sweet Potatoes with Citrus
Panna Cotta with Bergamot-Infused Cranberries

High Summer Supper
Cardinal
Ajo Blanco
Baby Back Ribs with Fresh Herb Sauce
Squash and Bibb Lettuce Salad
Grilled Peaches with Mascarpone

Marie has a blog on her recipes, living in NYC and her adventures there. I've already signed up for it. This book is a treat and certainly shares Marie's "Delicious" life.
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