The Flavour Principle Hardcover – Oct 8 2013
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A good chef will often create from a chart of flavor principles that are attached to their roots. Beppi and Lucy’s inspiring work brilliantly displays this doctrine; while remaining accessible to the home cook. (Daniel Boulud, Chef/Owner, The Dinex Group) --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
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Lucy Waverman is a leading Canadian food writer. Author of eight cookbooks, she has won numerous culinary book awards and honours. She is the food editor of the popular Liquor Control Board of Ontario magazine, Food and Drink (600,000 readership), and writes a weekly column for The Globe and Mail’s Life section and a bi-weekly column in its Style section.
LUCY WAVERMAN is a leading Canadian food writer. Author of eight cookbooks, she has won numerous culinary book awards and honours. She is the food editor of the popular Liquor Control Board of Ontario magazine, Food and Drink (600,000 readership), and writes a weekly column for The Globe and Mail’s Life section and a bi-weekly columnin its Style section.
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BEPPI CROSARIOL has been The Globe and Mail’s wine and spirits columnist for twelve years. His columns regularly cause a rush on liquor stores across Canada as avid readers run to buy up his recommendations. His readership is broad, covering both the establishment and younger urban drinkers who want guidance on wine and great tips on less expensive bottlings, served up with candour and humour.
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The Flavour Principle contains over 30 creative menus, each organized around one of 11 core flavours such as earthy, sweet, herbal and umami. The notes preceding the recipes have a conversational, humourous tone while the recipes themselves produce flavour extravaganzas: caramel-pecan sea bass with cranberry wine sauce and shallot and brussels sprout compote form part of one holiday feast.
Crosariol thoughtfully pairs each dish with a wine and also offers advice on how to stock a bare-bones bar. Food and drink come together even more beautifully when enhanced by Ryan Szulc's mouth-watering photos. An excellent gift for any home cook who wants to tour the world through taste.
For Mother's Day Eileen did the menu for Native Indians. Excellent.
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A wonderful cookbook, recipes work well on the first try, wine pairing suggestions are great. it's a great read too!Published 2 months ago by shelley potter
Stunning photography with highly accessible techniques suited for home cooks looking to step up their grub. A great go-to resource overall.Published 23 months ago by Ann
This is a beautiful book - every recipe is a winner - I hesitated to buy the book, but am now very glad that I did.Published on March 6 2014 by Louann McCurdy
was a Christmas gift for my father who loves to cook.
he loves it,
great binding and clear recipes with quality pictures