John Sarich at Chateau Ste. Michelle Cookbook Seattle Winery
John Sarich at Chateau Ste. Michelle Cookbook brings you the recipes of acclaimed winery in Seattle, Washington. Here are 120 of the winery's recipes for you to enjoy at home.
Format: Hardcover with dust jacket, 176 pages.
Publisher: Sasquatch Books.
Author: John Sarich with Lori McKean,
Description: John Sarich's recipes are so good that they should be kept secret, but right on the heels of his first successful cookbook comes another collection of culinary creations from his kitchen at Chateau Ste. Michelle.
For 250 days each year, John Sarich, culinary director for premium wine producer Chateau Ste. Michelle presents elegant yet simple meals, impeccably matched with exceptional wines, to some of North America's best-known chefs and most discriminating food and wine writers. This is a collection of his acclaimed recipes, presented with his expert understanding of what makes fine wine complement great food. Beautiful yet unpretentious, this book offers 120 home-kitchen-tested recipes organized as menus that range from quick weekday meals to special family celebration feasts, complete with cooking tips and wine notes.
John Sarich was born to Croatian parents, and strong European traditions have shaped his style, from his choice of herbs to his taste in wine. He has been a guest chef in famous kitchens around the country, from the James Beard House in New York, and the United States Congress, to the Disney Institute in Orlando and San Francisco's Ritz Carlton Hotel.
John Sarich at Chateau Ste. Michelle shares John's knowledge of food and wine and how best to match them for any celebration. It also reflects the Sarich family philosophy: Celebrate every meal -- Zevio!
Condition: Good condition.
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