Everyday Raw Express: Recipes in 30 Minutes or Less Paperback – Jul 7 2011
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In 1994 Food and Wine included him as one of their Ten Best New Chefs of the Year. He's been featured on the Today Show, The Food Network, and a variety of other morning talk shows. Matthew was nominated for the James Beard Rising Star Award. He lives in New York City.
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Half the recipes don't have any accompanying pictures, and I am sorry, but no, the ingredients used are not my "everyday" ingredients. See the cover? What you see is what you'll get! Also, recipes are mostly for 4-6 servings...
I would suggest buying individual books that focus on gaspachos, salads, smoothies, etc. instead.
I am returning it. This is the first time in 14 years of ordering on Amazon that I am returning an item...
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If we are in need of taking a beautiful raw food dish somewhere, I reach for his books, and it never fails, the final dish is always beautiful and delicious. I agree, we eat with our eyes first :) Thanks for a book with a 30 minutes or less option!
Amazon wrapped this book well, it arrived undented. I appreciate books being send with cardboard and plastic wrap to keep them from being scuffed and dented. I want a new book to look new when we get it. Thank you Amazon.
When I bought the PF&W cookbook I was floored at the amount of lead/prep time and never bothered to recreate that lasagna which still haunts my dreams. I was thrilled to see Mister Kenney release Everyday Raw; but was still too intimidated to give any of the recipes a shot (dehydrators, food processors and soaking: oh my!)
Enter Everyday Raw Express. Finally, great tasting (and healthy) Raw food a la Kenney that is a snap to prepare. The Spaghetti & Meatballs were amazing. I reduced the amount of tahini in the recipe since tahini overpowers most elements it is mixed with and the results were stunning. Mom and I loved it. Can't wait to make this again.
I now have the confidence to move forward in preparing raw food and look forward to preparing more recipes in this book and Everyday Raw.
Thanks, Matthew & co. for helping me get on track with raw food. Hope to see more another Everyday Raw Express-like title in the future.
Cream of miso with shiitake mushrooms. Really don't like this one. The base of the soup is good but I don't like shiitake mushrooms raw. They taste better cooked in my opinion.
Zucchini with sweet corn pesto. This was nice. I enjoyed the flavors and textures in this one.
Spaghetti and meatballs. Spaghetti was good. I messed up the recipe for the meatballs so I dont know how they tasted.
Squash blossoms tamales with sweet pea puree. I didn't like this one. I'm not sure what I did wrong but the tamale part was just mushy. No bueno.
Spring vegetable couscous. Made but haven't tried yet.
Portobello steak with wilted spinach. As long as you put a lot of marinated on this one, I like it.
Chocolate hemp milk custard. Fabulous! I love love love this recipe! It's genius and tastes great.
I think my palate is a stickler for texture more than anything. For the mushroom recipes, I may pressure cook the mushrooms and add them to the recipes. Overall, some great recipes, some misses in my book.