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Girl in the Kitchen Cookbook

Girl in the Kitchen Cookbook
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SKU: 250872

$29.95

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The Story

Stephanie Izard of Chicago's Girl and The Goat and Little Goat Diner invites you into her kitchen to see how a Top Chef cooks, thinks, shops, eats and drinks in this colorful and colorfully photographed distillation of her unique cooking style. More than 100 recipes take you from sumptuous starters (tempura asparagus with olive aïoli, oysters three ways) to serious sides (chestnut confit with roasted potatoes, bacon and kumquats, eggplant and nectarine caponata) to elegant entrees (seared skate wing with melted fennel and brown butter-date sauce, pan-roasted New York steaks with sautéed cucumbers and salted goat milk caramel). Izard's personality shines throughout in this self-described "guide" intended for you to experiment with, mixing and matching sauces and sides to "make your whole mouth happy." And she promises that while some recipes are more occasion-worthy, they are all simple enough to do at home with readily available ingredients.

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