Rob Feenie's Casual Classics: Everyday Recipes for Family and Friends Paperback – Jul 20 2012
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.In Casual Classics, Rob Feenie hits the nail on the head: the recipes and the stories are the perfect building blocks to delightful and delicious family meals. Letting the ingredients shine is the best advice of all.. (Mario Batali 2012-03-28)
.What you see in these recipes from Rob Feenie's home are imaginative, brightly flavoured dishes that sensibly integrate lots of great culinary traditions, all explained with personal, anecdotal stories that like the food itself never muddle the point. And the essential point is this: you can always eat very well at home, even without investing too much time in the kitchen.. (Mark McEwan 2012-03-28)
.Casual Classics, [Rob Feenie's] fourth cookbook, reflects the upscale-to-casual shift that has overtaken Vancouver's food scene. Feenie masterfully elevates comfort food with a confidence evidenced in recipes that call for honey in pizza dough and creamy burrata in a tomato salad.. (Nathan Caddell Vancouver Magazine 2012-09-04)
.Rob Feenie is a master of adapting his Iron-Chef-worthy recipes for the home cook. Casual Classics will get you and your family cooking together and enjoying every single bite.. (Gerrard Gene About.com 2012-09-17)
.Known internationally for his innovative approach to preparing fine food, Vancouver chef Rob Feenie has turned his considerable talents to dishes that reflect a growing trend toward casual dining...Nothing is more evident of his affection for family life than his latest cookbook, Rob Feenie's Casual Classics: Everyday Recipes for Family and Friends.. (Judy Creighton Montreal Gazette 2012-09-18)
.[Rob Feenie's] book, with a forward by Toronto chef and Food Network Canada star Mark McEwan, celebrates family traditions in an assembly of recipes that brim with colour and flavour -- culinary traditions that speak volumes of the family man this iconic Canadian chef is.. (Rita DeMontis Ottawa Sun 2012-10-03)
About the Author
Rob Feenie is executive chef of Cactus Club Restaurants, where he designs signature dishes and mentors more than 20 Red Seal chefs and over 50 apprentices. In addition to publishing three cookbooks and starring in New Classics with Chef Rob Feenie on Food Network Canada for five seasons, he is most noted for defeating Chef Masaharu Morimoto on the Food Network’s Iron Chef America. He lives in Vancouver.
Mark McEwan is the owner of North 44 Caters, Bymark, one Restaurant, The Hazelton Hotel, Fabbrica and McEwan. He is the host of Fine Living Network’s The Heat with Mark McEwan and is head judge on Food NetworkCanada’s Top Chef Canada. He is also the author of Great Food at Home and Mark McEwan’s Fabbrica. He lives in Toronto.