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The Bryant Family Vineyard Cookbook: Recipes from Great Chefs and Friends

De (autor) Fotografii de Robert Holmes Betsy Fentress
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en Limba Engleză Carte Hardback – 31 Aug 2009

The vocation of chef is a noble one. It involves providing for others the fuel essential to life in a way that celebrates the senses and enlivens the spirit. All of the chefs who have contributed to this book are artisans of their vocation. Their culinary delights are best appreciated, however, when teamed with the art of a winemaker." --Park B. Smith, Veritas restaurant
Culinary masters from across the country contribute more than 80 fabulous recipes that pay homage to the world-famous Bryant Family Vineyard wine legacy.
Bryant Family Vineyard Cabernet, first produced in 1992, is internationally recognized in such magazines as "Wine Spectator, Decanter," and "Food and Wine," and is served with distinction by wine connoisseurs and well-known chefs alike.
To celebrate the fervor and passion that keeps the Bryant Family Vineyard waiting list over 6,000 deep, culinary legends, including Charlie Trotter, Thomas Keller, Eric Ripert, Daniel Boulud, Terrence Brennan, Lidia Bastianich, Patricia Wells, and Gale Gand, share recipes inspired by their ardent love of the Bryant grape.
The "The Bryant Family Vineyard Cookbook" features a foreword by wine connoisseur and restaurateur Park B. Smith, an introduction by distinguished chef Charlie Trotter, and four-color photography by Robert Holmes showcasing the Napa vineyard's landscape and wine-making activities.
A portion of the proceeds from "The Bryant Family Vineyard Cookbook" sales will be donated to The Bowery Mission, a charity dear to Barbara Bryant's heart.

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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780740769771
ISBN-10: 0740769774
Pagini: 168
Dimensiuni: 225 x 306 x 32 mm
Greutate: 1.67 kg
Editura: Andrews McMeel Publishing