Celebrated chef, teacher, and cookbook author James Peterson presents more than forty soup and broth recipes from Cooking , his classic guide for home cooks. Within, cooks of all levels will find a wide variety of delicious, doable recipes: basics like chicken broth, classics like Tomato Soup, and exotics such as Thai Hot-and-Spicy Shrimp Soup. For those looking to get creative, Peterson explains soup fundamentals so you can craft your own dishes tailored to different palates and tastes. Peterson also includes an array of helpful step-by-step photographs to help you master the techniques and build confidence in the kitchen.
In addition to the wonderful and diverse recipes, Peterson provides a true kitchen education, with sections on the ten basic cooking methods, recipes and techniques all cooks should know, cooking terms, and recommended ingredients and kitchen tools. This e-book exclusive is an enriching addition to anyone's digital library, and cooks both new and experienced will appreciate Peterson's relaxed, unfussy style that encourages them to learn, keep it simple, and have fun in the kitchen.
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|Title of eBook: James Peterson's Kitchen Classics: Soups and Broths|
|Release Date: 04-10-2012|
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|Publisher: Ten Speed Press|
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