- Full Title : The Kitchen Pantry Cookbook: Make Your Own Condiments and Essentials – Tastier, Healthier, Fresh Mayonnaise, Ketchup, Mustard, Peanut Butter, Salad Dressing, Chicken Stock, Chips and Dips, and More!
- Autor: Erin Coopey
- Print Length: 176 pages
- Publisher: Quarry Books
- Publication Date: September 1, 2013
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1592538436
- ISBN-13: 978-1592538430
- Download File Format | Size: epub | 33,57 Mb
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Tastier, Healthier, Homemade
You work hard to make dinner–choosing the best food, mastering preparation techniques, and picking the perfect recipes. But what about the unsung staples, the ingredients and condiments that build and accompany your meal? Too often, the store-bought versions are loaded with extra salt, sugar, allergens, and preservatives, and they end up bland and uninspiring. But you don’t have to limit yourself to the same tastes and the same plastic bottles. With Kitchen Pantry Cookbook you can create your own staples–fresh, delicious, and just the way you like them. Chef and winner of Food Network’s Guy’s Grocery Games, Erin Coopey shows you 90+ recipes and variations to personalize your pantry. You’ll never go back to the bottles.
Stock your kitchen pantry with:
Condiments: Everything you need–Mayonnaise, Dijon Mustard, Ketchup, Steak Sauce, and more
Nut butters and spreads: The classics and the creative–Homemade Peanut Butter, Chocolate Hazelnut Butter, Vanilla Chai Pear Butter, and more
Salad dressings: All your favorites, from Balsamic Vinaigrette to Honey Mustard to Sesame Tahini
Stocks: The basics to have on hand, including Chicken Stock, Vegetable Stock, and Court Bouillon
Relishes and refrigerator pickles: Delicious and easy–Bread and Butter Pickles, Pickled Peppers, Sauerkraut, and more
Chips, dips, and dunks: Snacks that hit the spot, from Homemade Potato Chips with French Onion Dip to Tortilla Chips with Tomatillo Salsa
About the Author
Erin Coopey calls herself a “glorified home chef” even though she has training as a culinary professional and was selected to be a judge for the 2016 Edible Communities EDDY Awards. Cooking is her passion, and she loves the way food brings people together.
Coopey’s philosophy is that good cooks must possess a generous spirit. She also believes that cooking should be fun! This philosophy is reflected through Coopey’s books, blogs, and classes. If you’re in Seattle, you can join her for a cooking class. Otherwise, check out The Kitchen Pantry Cookbook and her blog, The Glorified HomeChef:www.glorifiedhomechef.com.