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A return to cooking

A return to cooking

A return to cooking, ripert & ruhlman

In paperback, one of the world’s most renowned chefs’ greatest work is reissued. This sparkling series of recipes is built on the basis of spontaneous meals at home with friends, which are simple enough for beginners but so inspired they could be restaurant-worthy. The product of a rare sabbatical from this illustrious chef’s four-star restaurant, “”A Return to Cooking” is “a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.”
In paperback, one of the world’s most renowned chefs’ greatest work is reissued. This sparkling series of recipes is built on the basis of spontaneous meals at home with friends, which are simple enough for beginners but so inspired they could be restaurant-worthy. “A Return to Cooking,” the product of a rare sabbatical from this renowned chef’s 4-star kitchen, is “an unprecedented look at the artistic process of one of the world’s best chefs” (Anthony Bourdain), in which Eric Ripert cooks easy meals for friends in various locations, using ingredients on hand. Expect to be enchanted by Eric’s lack of pretense and boundless enthusiasm as a chef who enjoys American mayonnaise and alphabet pasta but can also give a lecture on the strength of vinaigrette and the virtues of Tabasco, shallots, and coconut milk. The bird’s-eye view of the magic that happens when decades of cooking practice clash with the powers of a chef’s intuition is just as interesting.”

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Amazing product of a famous chef’s lifelong ability to “cookK.” As a result, he and some friends plan to seek inspiration by visiting four different locations in four different seasons. The rest is in this all-star cookbook! This is a fantastic outcome, thanks to the amazing accompanying images and wordsmithing of one of my favorite foodwriters (Ruhlaman). Large format.. large taste.. large imagination, for example. Smoked Salmon Croque-Monscieur; Mango, Passion Fruit, and Tarragon Salad; Chicken Pot-au-Feu with Ginger Cilanto Vermicelli; Portabello and Eggplant Tart; Salmon, Crab, and Scallop Chowder; Grilled Magrets with Arugula and Cranberry Not only can you find food to save for the most special occasions, but you’ll also find inspiration to follow conceptually or tangent off of for your own innovative menu development. From this exceptional volume, both will occupy this reviewer for years to come.

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He has authored or co-authored over two dozen books, including nonfiction, fiction, biography, and cookbooks. Thomas Keller, Eric Ripert, Michael Symon, and Jean-Georges Vongerichten are only a few of the American chefs with whom he has collaborated on books.
Michael Carl Ruhlman is an American actor who was born in Cleveland, Ohio. He went to University School, a private, independent all-boys’ day school in the Cleveland suburbs, and Duke University for his undergraduate studies. [number four]
Ruhlman wrote an essay about his old high school and its new headmaster while working at the magazine, which he expanded into his first novel, Boys Themselves: A Return to Single-Sex Education (1996).
Ruhlman enrolled in the Culinary Institute of America for his second book, The Making of a Chef (1997), taking a variety of classes but not graduating in order to create a first-person account—of the methods, personalities, and mindsets—of culinary education at the prestigious chef’s school.
(5) Following the success of this novel, two sequels were published: The Soul of a Chef (2000) and The Scope of a Chef (2002). (2006).

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Eric Ripert is the co-author of On the Line: Inside the World of Le Bernardin, as well as the chef and part-owner of Le Bernardin, which has earned four stars from The New York Times, three stars from the Michelin Guide, and has been called the best restaurant in New York by Zagat. He has appeared on several national television programs, including Bravo’s Top Chef, Today, Charlie Rose, Martha Stewart, and Anthony Bourdain’s No Reservations. He has two new restaurants: 10 Arts at the Ritz-Carlton in Philadelphia and Westend Bistro in Washington, D.C. Eric Ripert can be seen in action on his upcoming television show Avec Eric, as well as on his website, www.aveceric.com.