Cooking Beyond Measure: How to Eat Well without Formal Recipes helps everyday cooks bring fresh, seasonal produce and wild fish to the center of the plate. The focus is weekday cooking, health, affordability, and ease. The invitation is light-hearted-'paprika with its come hither red sass.' The message empowering-'why let elite cooking authorities have all the fun?' Historian turned cookbook author, Ms. Johnson was impressed when she learned that Americans didn't even have measuring cups 100 years ago. She believes that cooking like our great greats will bring truly delicious, affordable food back to our tables. She thinks formal recipes with measurements and step-by-step rote directions-the small chemistry experiment approach to cooking-are a key reason we schlep off to the land of crinkly packages. The first in Johnson's measurefree cookbook trilogy, Cooking Beyond Measure includes technique and theory for novice and seasoned cooks alike. It has engaging breakfast, lunch, and dinner recipe notes designed to empower busy people who want to eat more reasonably priced, great tasting, farm-to-table food.Cooking Beyond Measure: How to Eat Well without Formal Recipes helps everyday cooks bring fresh, seasonal produce and wild fish to the center of the plate.
|Title||:||Cooking Beyond Measure|
|Publisher||:||Cooking Beyond Measure - 2008-08-01|