By April Bloomfield
The vegetable-centric follow-up to the loved cookbook a lady and Her Pig, via the winner of the 2014 James Beard award for top Chef in New York
From the chef and writer of the severely lauded a lady and Her Pig comes a stunning, totally illustrated cookbook that gives delicious seasonal recipes for her actual love—vegetables. even though her identify is essentially synonymous with nose-to-tail cooking, April Bloomfield's middle belongs to the standard potato, to candy corn and zucchini, to iciness squash and Treviso, to sugar snap peas and ramps.
In recipes comparable to complete Pot-Roasted Cauliflower with Tomatoes and Anchovies, Tagliatelle with Asparagus and Parmesan Fonduta, and beaten Spring Peas with Mint, April demonstrates the keys to her unforgettable foodstuff: sincere components, realization to element, and affection for the sensual pleasures of cooking and eating.
Lively and down-to-earth, a lady and Her vegetables beneficial properties insightful sidebars and tips about April's concepts and captivating narratives that exhibit her assets of inspiration.
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Remove from the heat and wait 1 minute before pouring it over ground coffee. which is grown in the rich volcanic soil on the slopes of the active Mauna Loa volcano. 7. C Dunkin’ Donuts was founded in 1950. Next came Peet’s Coffee & Tea (1966), Starbucks (1971) and Caribou Coffee (1992). 8. C T F 25 Decaffeinated coffee beans grow naturally. T F l OCTOBER 2014 A B C D E F Caffè Americano Caffè latte Café au lait Caffè mocha Espresso macchiato Cortado 14. A 15. One point for each: A 16. B 17. C 2; B 1; C 3 TRUE OR FALSE?
Sanflippo & Son, Inc. In the Know 17 All of these factors can make coffee taste bitter except: A The ground coffee is too fine or coarse for the coffeemaker. B The ground coffee has too much contact with the water. C Your mug is too cold. D The water is too hot. E Your coffeemaker is dirty. Give yourself 1 point for each correct answer. 1. C Beans can be kept in an airtight container for up to two weeks. If you don’t make coffee regularly, freeze whole beans in an airtight bag for up to three months.
In the Know A Green beans B Yellow beans C Gray beans D Red beans 11 Generally, you should use __________ ground coffee for every 6 ounces of water: A 1 tablespoon 12 B 2 tablespoons How many espresso shots does each drink contain? C Equal parts (6 ounces) Which of these is a coffee plant? A Black eye __________ A B B Red eye __________ D C C Green eye __________ 13 Name these drinks: 16 A Espresso + hot water = __________ The thin caramel-colored layer of foam at the top of an espresso is called: D Espresso + chocolate syrup + steamed milk + whipped cream = __________ A Blanca B Crema B Espresso + steamed milk + milk foam = __________ C Coffee + hot milk = 42 FOOD NETWORK MAGAZINE l __________ OCTOBER 2014 E Espresso + milk foam = __________ C Foama D Rusa __________ tasting cups, steamed milk and milk foam: ben goldstein/studio d.