Everybody's San Francisco Cookbook
Everybody's San Francisco Cookbook features the city's ethnic cuisine with recipes from San Francisco's top restaurants like Cha Cha Cha, Straits Cafe, and Rose Pistola. There is also a guide to the area's specialty-food stores from Chinatown to Berkeley.
Format: Hardcover, 288 pages.
Publisher: Good Life Publications
Author: Charles Lemos
Description: A delicious celebration of San Francisco's wealth of ethnic cuisines, Everybody's San Francisco Cookbook reveals the secrets of cooking the city's global dishes. Now everybody can enjoy preparing their favorite recipes at home.
- Spotlights the foods of China, India, Italy, Japan, Latin America, the Middle East, Morocco, Southeast Asia, and Spain.
- Demystifies the world's everyday dishes with easy-to-understand recipes, tips on technique, and suggested menus.
- Includes recipes for popular dishes from the city's best restaurants, from Cha Cha Cha's Cajun Shrimp and Straits Cafe's Barbecued Fish in Banana Leaf to Rose Pistola's Gnocchi with Calamari Bolognese.
- Informs with a detailed glossary of ingredients that explains not only what they are, but also how to buy them -- a jar in the spice rack, a fresh bundle in the produce section, a plastic bag in the freezer case.
SPECIAL FEATURE: Provides an extensive guide to Bay Area specialty-food stores showing you where to find elusive ingredients, from caches of fresh galangal root in San Francisco's Chinatown to bags of papas criollas in San Rafael; from Indian spice-filled warehouses in Berkeley to pan-Asian produce-filled supermarkets in Silicon Valley.
Condition: Book has a very slight bend to pages and covers.
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