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Cooking with One Chef One Critic

Cooking with One Chef One Critic

Flanker Press
Hardcover
2013-09-13

1771172932
9781771172936

5.00 CAD

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Cooking with One Chef One Critic comes from the hosts of the hit television series One Chef One Critic. This cookbook features 120 mouth-watering recipes and dozens of photographs from the popular television show. Many recipes are from One Chef One Critic, while others are personal favourites from guests and friends. The extensive variety of dishes in this book will impress anyone with a passion for food and cooking. Several delectable choices feature Newfoundland and Labrador game and berries, such as Moose Stew in Partridgeberry Wine, Most Excellent Rabbit Pie, Sheilagh's Caribou Roast with Madeira Sauce, Baked Brie with Wild Berries, and Pat’s Mount Pearl Blueberry Crisp. From soups, salads, and snacks to mains and desserts, Cooking with One Chef One Critic contains something for every palate, including many fish and shellfish recipes: Chef Jeremy Charles’s Cod with Sherry Lentils, Nan’s Salt Cod Cakes with Tartar Sauce, Chef Steve Watson’s Pan-Seared Salmon with Sun-Dried Tomato and Oregano Dressing, and Karl’s Seafood Ragout. Comfort foods such as Newfoundland Savoury Crown Roast of Pork, Newfoundland Cassoulet, Beef in Guinness, Jane Crosbie’s Steamed Chocolate Pudding with Sunshine Sauce, Easy Chocolate Orange Cheesecake, and Cream Puffs will find favour at any kitchen table. Cooking with One Chef One Critic also includes recipes for dinner party entertaining. There are appetizers like Escargots in Phyllo, and Thai Shrimp with Sesame Seed Garnish, mains like Lobster Thermidor, Salmon Coulibiac with Mushroom-Savoury Egg Sauce, Hawaiian Roast of Pork with Asian Slaw, and Bob’s Beef Wellington. Fans will be delighted with the behind-the-scenes photos from One Chef One Critic and the entertaining introductions to each recipe. Find out what Karl Wells really thinks about Mark Critch or why Hungarian Goulash is a sour topic for Chef Steve Watson. Cooking with One Chef One Critic will, without a doubt, make a thoroughly delicious addition to any home where easy-to-prepare food is desired.

One Chef One Critic has been a home-run TV hit in thousands of homes – always fun, always tasty. Now we get the recipes, wines, and inside scoop on what went on behind the scenes. Cooking with One Chef One Critic serves up the best of the best: photos, stories, and a guaranteed guide to fantastic food. Bon appétit!-- Pete Soucy, actor and entertainer --
I had a great time with Karl and Steve the day we shot our episode of One Chef One Critic . . . great food, great wine,great conversation, but, alas, no documentation! I tried to recreate the delicious dish for friends some weeks later and failed miserably. Finally I will be able to do that meal (and many others) properly now that the lads have put together this top-notch collection of culinary delights.-- Jonny Harris, plays Constable George Crabtree on CBC's Murdoch Mysteries --
Television viewers have loved the food and fun of One Chef One Critic for years. Now we can enjoy recipes, guests, and memories all over again through Karl (and Steve’s) new book: Cooking with One Chef One Critic. Behind the scenes photos, fave recipes, and storiesmake this a true celebration of a great show, of which I was lucky to be a small part. Enjoy!-- Lynda Boyd, plays Rose Doyle on CBC’s Republic of Doyle --
[Cooking with One Chef One Critic is] an eclectic collection for every course, including main recipes with a distinct Newfoundland and Labrador spirit. There are helpful wine-pairing suggestions, plus cooking tips and fun photos from the show.-- Atlantic Books Today --

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