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eBook New Tastes from Texas ePub

by Ben Fink,Stephan Pyles

  • ISBN: 0609804979
  • Category: Regional and International
  • Subcategory: Cooking
  • Author: Ben Fink,Stephan Pyles
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Three Rivers Press; Revised, Updated edition (October 5, 1999)
  • Pages: 240
  • ePub book: 1890 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1986 kb
  • Other: lit mbr lrf azw
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 397

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My Son is studying to be a Chef and collects cook books. I bought him the "New Tastes from Texas" cook book - It's a Great cook book.

My Son is studying to be a Chef and collects cook books. Had it shipped to him, as it was a Christmas gift. What he recieved was a "USED" book.

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Stephan Pyles is the author of five cookbooks on Texan and Southwestern Cuisine. In addition to his many achievements, he also hosted the Emmy Award winning PBS television series "New Tastes From Texas With Chef Stephan Pyles. Change & New Discoveries. In 2001 Pyles took a five year siesta from the restaurant world; he used the time to travel, educate, teach, and write.

Author: Pyles, Stephan Publisher: Three Rivers Press. Condition: New! Binding: Paperback Publish date: 1998. The wait is over with New Tastes from Texas, a companion to Stephan's new public television series of the same name. -Diana Kennedy "The consummate perfectionist! Stephan's creativity and command of flavors are brilliant.

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Stephen Pyles "New Tastes From Texas" has done more for my grasp of New Texas Cuisine than any other. The diverse recipes allow me to prepare the dishes for friends and family -- all with a real Texas taste

Stephen Pyles "New Tastes From Texas" has done more for my grasp of New Texas Cuisine than any other. The diverse recipes allow me to prepare the dishes for friends and family -- all with a real Texas taste. Chef Pyles provides all the detailed instructions needed for each recipe. The pictures are fabulous.

New tastes from Texas. New tastes from Texas.

Having said that this book presumes to draw no conclusions, I will offer this: the overwhelming majority of Americans I met on my journey were kind, courteous, honourable and hospitable beyond expectation. Such striking levels of warmth, politeness and consideration were encountered not just in those I was meeting for on-camera interview, they were to be found in the ordinary Americans I met in the filling-stations, restaurants, hotels and shops too. Stephan Pyles Clarkson Potter1998. Recipes from this book. Pumpkin-Pecan Pie with Whiskey Butter Sauce.

Find nearly any book by Stephan Pyles. Coauthors & Alternates. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780609804971 (978-0-609-80497-1) Softcover, Three Rivers Press, 1999. Find signed collectible books: 'New Tastes from Texas'.

No one knows Texan food like Stephen Pyles, acclaimed chef of Star Canyon and AquaKnox restaurants in Dallas. Ever since the release of his best-selling New Texas Cuisine, cooks around the country have been hungry for more. The wait is over with New Tastes from Texas, a companion to Stephan's new public television series of the same name.  This glorious, lushly illustrated new collection of recipes takes readers on a culinary tour of the great state, from the Gulf Coast to the great wide west, from the bayou to the border.

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Great book of recipes with relatively high end but easy to cook Texas inspired recipes. The recipes are organized around the location in Texas that they roughly represent so you can cook a complete meal with very different characteristics which is different from the usual cookbook organization but still seems to work. Great margarita recipes as well. Its a bit dated and Ive gone through three of these over the years but its still a good go to cookbook for get togethers with friends.
Gralsa Gralsa
This is the third book by Chef Pyles and as a degreed culinarian who had the privilege to stage (and get paid for it!) with Chef Pyles at his restaurant in Dallas, Texas and I can tell you This Is The Book, The Heart and Soul of who is Chef Stephan Pyles. This is the book that was on the executive chef shelf for us to refer to, these are the recipes I prepped and cooked for the guests every night to include his famous Heaven and Hell Cake; for me making it was heaven compared to slicing it and keeping it straight on the dish to reach the guest's table, that was hell! But for Chef Pyles this cake represent his childhood, his favorite things in life, his sweet tooth, his yin-yang. My other favorite recipes featured on his menu and in the book are the Southwestern Caesar Salad dressing (page 79) and the Bone-In Cowboy Rib-Eye Steak with Mushroom Ragout and Red Chili Onion Rings (page 80 and 81) - my Southwestern diet!
So if you are like me or want to channel the spirit of Stephan Pyles for a meal, you will find this and his other books to be an indispensible resource to get to know and understand the sensible approach to Southwestern cuisine.
Kazigrel Kazigrel
I had an earlier edition of this that has not made it back to me after a loan. Content and picture quality great, although this edition has a cheaper feel. Great cookbook.
Xurad Xurad
This guy can cook and develop great recipes! I am a Rick Bayless fan as well but Stephan Pyles will take you into the tex-mex realm as an alternate direction.
Aiata Aiata
Pyles recipes are great
Cobyno Cobyno
I love this cook book meet this chef, really good
thrust thrust
Great cookbook filled with enticing recipes for those who like Southwestern food. This is one of my favorite cookbooks if not my favorite.
My Son is studying to be a Chef and collects cook books. I bought him the "New Tastes from Texas" cook book - It's a Great cook book. My complaint is that I ordered him a "NEW" cook book and I paid for a "NEW" cook book. Had it shipped to him, as it was a Christmas gift. What he recieved was a "USED" book. It was in fair condition, with only a few personal notes in it from the the last owner. My son loves the recipes and stories. I on the other hand am unhappy to have paid for something new and got used!