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The Missing Images

Persimmon Parsley Olive Salad

When I cook from a recipe, I love to see a photo so I know what target I’m aiming for. So I thought I should share with you photos for all of the dishes that didn’t get an image in the cookbook. Click on any photo to see it full size. Enjoy!

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The Best Book Review Ever – Video

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My little nephew loves my cookbook. Just had to share!

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Book Tour Update – With Pictures!

Cooking at CHOW

I’m in the middle of a two week swing around the country to introduce my cookbook. It has been just an incredible trip so far. In the past week I’ve been to San Francisco, Los Angeles, Austin, DC, and now I’ve just landed in Boston and already done one signing. Everyone has been so kind …

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Leaving on a Jet Plane

I’m thinking that for the next few weeks, I should turn this into one of those blogs where I teach you how to cook a five-course dinner using nothing but the coffee maker and hair dryer in your hotel room. Because I’m going to be in a different hotel pretty much every night! I leave …

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Sicilian Spaghetti with Pan-Roasted Cauliflower – Recipe from My Cookbook

Sicilian Spaghetti with Pan Roasted Cauliflower

The classic Sicilian flavors in this dish (orange zest, raisins, capers, pine nuts, chile flakes and fennel) might sound a little outlandish if you haven’t tasted them all together. Don’t be deterred, the combination is astonishingly good. Done properly, each bite is a little surprise that might be sweet, spicy, salty, toasty, herbaceous or all …

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Asparagus With Nori Butter – Recipe

I’m in the middle of a two-week stage at Canlis, a terrific fine-dining restaurant in Seattle. [The stage is over now, and I've written a little about what I learned.] One of the many delicious items on Chef Franey’s menu is an asparagus with sauce gribiche. At Canlis we use much more classical French technique …

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Red Lentil and Kabocha Squash Soup with Harissa Oil – Sneak Peek Recipe From The Cookbook

Red Lentil and Kabocha Squash Soup with Harissa Oil

This is a great soup to serve when there are kids at the table, because it is quite mild if you leave the harissa oil off their portions. With the garnish, the flavors come alive, and you’ll want to mop up every bit with a good artisanal bread or toasted pita. Red lentils are nice …

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