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eBook Little Meals: A Great New Way to Eat and Cook ePub

by Rozanne Gold

  • ISBN: 0316310131
  • Category: Main Courses and Side Dishes
  • Subcategory: Cooking
  • Author: Rozanne Gold
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Little, Brown; 1st Little, Brown paperback ed edition (April 14, 1999)
  • Pages: 272
  • ePub book: 1664 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1607 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 130

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I am working my way through the recipes in this book and have found them, without exception, to be either uniquely Rozanne Gold, or with a special twist that make them unlike . I intend to acquire all of Rozanne Gold's books. 5 people found this helpful.

I am working my way through the recipes in this book and have found them, without exception, to be either uniquely Rozanne Gold, or with a special twist that make them unlike anything I've ever had before, and always utterly wow delicious. The bonus here is that these recipes are for the most part fairly simple to prepare, and don't require a ton of work. The finished dishes are and create the longing, once tasted, to make them over and over again.

Gold is culinary director of a New York City restaurant consulting firm that numbers the Rainbow Room among its clients; she developed the idea of "little meals" for that restaurant's Promenade Bar. The concept is not new (other incarnations include "small plates," grazing menus, even. The concept is not new (other incarnations include "small plates," grazing menus, even classic tapas), but it remains a popular one. Gold's little meals are sophisticated, often extravagant, from Seviche with a Twist to Pan-Seared Foie Gras with Sun-dried Cranberry Sauce, though there are some funkier ideas too ("little Meals with a Kick").

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Little Meals, winner of the prestigious James Beard Award, is a cookbook geared to the eating habits of a new . Gold created Little Meals for New Yorks famous Rainbow Room, where she was consulting chef for nine years.

Little Meals, winner of the prestigious James Beard Award, is a cookbook geared to the eating habits of a new generation for whom the grazing craze has become a way of life. see all 2 descriptions). Library descriptions.

Someone has to cook the meal! That means an adult (most likely) needs to be home from work in time to do the prep and . There are many, many more ways to eat out in the US and generally eating out is relatively inexpensive.

Someone has to cook the meal! That means an adult (most likely) needs to be home from work in time to do the prep and cooking. It’s tiring to come home from working all day and jump right into another chore like cooking. Sure, I have a few Crock-Pot recipes up my sleeve, but we’re not going to eat a braised meat dish every night of the week. I’m going to have to cook at least a few meals. It’s hard to please everyone. By contrast fresh produce in US supermarkets is at least twice as expensive as in the UK, often a lot more so eating in is much more expensive.

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A collection of recipes, winner of a James Beard Award, presents unique plans for sophisticated meals smaller than the usual main course that offer satisfaction without overeating, including Seared Salmon in Creole Rice and Curried Ginger Chicken with a Poppadum Crisp. Reprint. 20,000 first printing.

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I am working my way through the recipes in this book and have found them, without exception, to be either uniquely Rozanne Gold, or with a special twist that make them unlike anything I've ever had before, and always utterly wow delicious. The bonus here is that these recipes are for the most part fairly simple to prepare, and don't require a ton of work. The finished dishes are professional-looking and create the longing, once tasted, to make them over and over again. In fact, if I had this food in a restaurant, it would definitely bring me back again and again for the same dishes as well as to try new things. Her candied ginger butter cake is a little work of art, looking very much like it just came from a fancy bakery's glass case. Looks and tastes out of this world. And it is probably the easiest fastest cake recipe in my entire collection. Her Crab Louis Drambuie is to die for (picture a main course serving of jumbo lump crab and a touch of finely chopped red and green bell pepper tossed in drambuie and lime juice, piled high on watercress, surrounded by avocado slices, all drizzled with an amazing creamy Drambuie dressing, and sprinkled with snipped fresh chive and sieved (separately) hard-boiled egg white and hard-boiled egg yolk, and a little dollop of that creamy incredible dressing on the side in a tiny ramekin. She even suggests exactly what kind of bread sticks to serve the salad with (Grissini). The dressing she created for this salad using Drambuie liqueur (how does she come up with this stuff??) is IMHO worth the price of the book. It is luscious and roll-your-eyes good on lots of things and can be put together in less than 5 minutes. The first time I made it, I ran out of dressing before I could get the salad on the table because I kept returning to the refrigerator to have another little taste of the dressing--it is that good. Addictive is the word. Next, I'm going to try her turkey in quick mole sauce with flour tortillas, and I have no doubt that it will rival anything any other celebrity chef has come up with, and it will be ready in a fraction of the time of other mole recipes. Buy this book. The recipes are dinner party worthy gems.
P.S. to the reviewer who used the word snooty in his or her review: Get a life. Ms. Gold has really got it going on, has won James Beard and other awards, has been personal chef to Mayor Ed Koch of NYC, run the Neiman Marcus kitchens nationwide, as well as created her specialties for the Rainbow Room in NYC and Windows on the World, and her credentials go on and on an on. She is at the top of her game, and I am delighted to have this information about her. I am glad she prefaced the recipe you mentioned with the fact that it was created for and served to Sophia Loren (and why shouldn't she?) as well as give the reader an alternative to the caviar garnish (which I hate anyway). Suggesting pickled ginger as a sub for caviar is not snooty and you should not feel that she thinks you can't afford caviar. She's merely providing an alternative and I for one am grateful for her advice. I intend to acquire all of Rozanne Gold's books.
Watikalate Watikalate
This cookbook seems outdated to me and just doesn't have great content. Gold's Radically Simple cookbook is phenomenal, I have loved everything I have made in it, and I was hoping to add to our menu, but this one just doesn't do it. I bought several others of Gold's books and Radically Simple exceeds them all by miles, it is also an evolution with the original recipes in Cooking and Recipes 1-2-3 and then some of them have refined and updated in Radically Simple. Gold is brilliant at how she lays out the instructions and recommends side dishes. I love how she uses fantastic ingredients and even for a learning chef as myself I am able to make great meals that are not overwhelming.
Grosho Grosho
I have already made several recipes from this cookbook, and they are all winners! I love the fact that the recipes are eclectic and multi-cultural from the Philippine Vinegar Chicken (aka as Chicken Adobo) to the Spicy Thai Chicken and the Chicken Godonov with Red Bean Salad. My husband can't wait for the next one I'll try.
Bralore Bralore
I first checked this book out of the library and then I bought it. The recipes are fabulous, and I have tried more than half. The ingredients can be difficult to find. At times, I have resorted to the internet to find some obscure ingredients, but I have not been disappointed with a single dish yet. They are really one-of-a-kind five star creations. Im making the Jade Rice recipe again tonight for company.