In the Heat of the Kitchen (Anglais) Broché – 15 avril 2005
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A very rare thing, a book by a professional which helps cack-handed amateurs to do something more than just dream on --London Evening Standard
Utterly Inspiring --Scotland on Sunday --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.
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The results, frankly, are more than worth it. WOW! The simple joy of eating a gravy which is by itself a varied taste experience is worth it. (People were coming over repeatedly to visit and asking if there was any leftover gravy practically every day!)
After cooking and eating this way, one wants to kick themselves for having accepted lesser quality. It also makes you wonder how so little extra convenience could have been worth the jump to a lower standard of food found in today's cooking. Another bonus; I found I understood more of the finer complexities of ingredients ability to intermingle and what goes well together. This is helpful when you take your recipes off plan to please your own pallet.
I would compare the book to Julia Childs Mastering The Art of French Cooking; much easier recipes, results less complex, food tastes just as good if good food is what you are after. (Taking nothing away from Julia Childs book, which is excellent, but far more complex)Mastering the Art of French Cooking, Volume One
Buy it! Cook with it! Enjoy eating the results!
Some of Gordon's books are geared toward home cooks, and others are written more for chefs and foodies. I found this one to be somewhere in between. The food in this particular book isn't as "fancy" as that in some of his other books, like Three Star Chef, but some of the ingredients may be a bit too expensive for "everyday" cooking at home.
If you're looking for a cookbook you can use for general use at home, you might want to take a look at some of his other books. This one, while not geared toward extremely high-end chefs, is more for special occasion cooking for the most part. Some recipes would be fine for everyday meals, but most of them require a bit more time and money than the average family would expect to have available for everyday meals.
If you're an aspiring chef or a foodie, this is a fantastic book!