How to Cook Everything: Bittman Takes on America's Chefs
"Mark knows food. Mark knows chefs. Chefs know Mark.You know this has gotta be a great cookbook!"
--Al Roker, Host, NBC's Today show
The Chefs Who Took the Challenge
* JOSE ANDRES, Zaytinya/Washington, D.C.
* DANIEL BOULUD, Daniel/New York
* JAMES BOYCE, Studio/Laguna Beach
* GARY DANKO, Restaurant Gary Danko/San Francisco
* SUZANNE GOIN, Lucques and A.O.C./Los Angeles
* GABRIELLE HAMILTON, Prune/New York
* ANNA KLINGER, Al di La/New York
* CHARLES PHAN, The Slanted Door/San Francisco
* MICHEL RICHARD, Citronelle/Washington, D.C.
* SUVIR SARAN, Devi/New York
* CHRIS SCHLESINGER, East Coast Grill & Raw Bar/Boston-Cambridge
* KERRY SIMON, Simon Kitchen & Bar/Las Vegas
* JEAN-GEORGES VONGERICHTEN, Jean-Georges/New York
Table of Contents
The Chefs and the Dishes.
Poultry and Eggs.
Pasta, Rice, and Vegetables.
Sauces, Condiments, and Other Basics.
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