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Brothers in the Kitchen: A Celebration of Friendship and Fine Food Hardcover – Aug 1 2006

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  • Hardcover: 216 pages
  • Publisher: The Cookbook Marketplace (Aug. 1 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0977980707
  • ISBN-13: 978-0977980703
  • Product Dimensions: 2.2 x 21.9 x 27.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 Kg
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,631,960 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Far more than expected! Dec 7 2006
By Gourmande - Published on
It is unusual to be completely satisfied once you actually delve into a cookbook and try to produce the "plat".

Brothers in the Kitchen works!

It is clear that much attention was put into clarifying the recipes to make them easy to follow, each with a photograph.

The accompanying essays are light and engaging.

I have ordered several to give as holiday gifts... if not for cooking to impress, to make a beautiful coffee table addition.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Enthusiastically recommended as a core addition to any gourmet quality kitchen cookbook collection! April 10 2007
By Midwest Book Review - Published on
Some 35 years ago Brendan O'Farrell, an international business man, and Michel Deville, a French Master Chef, became the best of friends who shared an appreciation for good service and great food. They opened a restaurant (La Table de Michael) in Sain-Remy de Provence near Avignon in the South of France in the spring of 2005. Now having successfully collaborated as restauranteurs, they have combined their love of the culinary arts to publish a compendium of savory recipes laid out with careful step-by-step instructions so clear and concise as to be able to transform ordinary kitchen cooks into accomplished chefs of French cuisine. Wonderfully illustrated throughout with finished dishes, the recipes comprising "Brothers In The Kitchen" range from Tri-Color Salad; to New Orleans Style Gumbo; to Roast Sirloin Encrusted in English Mustard; to Jumbo Prawns Flambe with Pernod; to Spinach with Swiss Cheese Sauce; to Mint Chocolate Delight. Enhanced with the inclusion of wonderful anecdotes and stories, "Brothers In The Kitchen" begins with thematically appropriate advice about how to get started in the kitchen, matching wines with foods, stocks and savors, and goes on to include sage counsel respecting menus, special restaurants and restaurateurs, conversion tables for cooking, and more. "Brothers In The Kitchen" is enthusiastically recommended as a core addition to any gourmet quality kitchen cookbook collection!
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Delicious, straightforward, & entertaining Nov. 16 2006
By Life is good - Published on
This book was a pleasure to read & the pictures made my mouth water. The recipes are designed to be successfully followed by both the seasoned chef & the newly initiated, with pretty impressive results. I tried the "Death by Chocolate" and was ready to go to heaven! Anyone who yearns for a taste of Provence, whether it be at the dinner table or in a favorite reading nook, will be deeply satisfied. Also, unlike some other books of this genre, I think that men would especially enjoy its particular combination of culinary craftmanship, staightforward writing & entertaining stories.
Love the Cookbook Jan. 21 2013
By carol smith - Published on
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I loved the cookbook, then gave it to my daughter and best friends for Christmas and they loved it. We are going to have a "Sisters in the Kitchen' evening soon.
Nice book for Foodies Oct. 2 2010
By Gail Evans - Published on
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I haven't had a chance to actually make any recipies from the book yet, but just looking at the pictures will get you salivating. Its not for those who are dieting, but then you probably wouldn't make these recipies on a nightly basis. Some good ideas for when you have company.