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My Favorite Ingredients (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 23. Februar 2010


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“Cookbooks are a bit like plays, in that the English seem to have a real knack for producing them, and send the best ones across the pond once they’re tried and tested. My Favorite Ingredients by Skye Gyngell is yet another great new cookery book by a London-based writer. Gyngell, who is the chef at London’s acclaimed Petersham Nurseries Café, has arranged this book around 16 of her favorite ingredients such as “leaves” to “cherries” to “honey.” This quirky organizing principle makes the book feel very personal, like a good friend hanging out with you in the kitchen. Gyngell writes in her introduction: “Nature provides ingredients in the same season that go together perfectly.” Indeed, the recipes (many of which stem from the restaurant’s repertoire) are unquestionably refined, but they also feel somehow holistic and pure. The recipe for chicken with garlic and fennel, which results in a kind of herbal chicken bouillabaisse, is alone worth the price of the book.”
—The Daily Beast, Best Cookbooks of 2010, 12/4/10

"A great way to reinforce the beauty and logic behind the farm-to-table movement that drives so much of the food culture these days. . . .the variety of recipes—Cherry Cordial, Sauce Vierge, Kohlrabi, Lamb with Tomatoes and Horseradish Dressing—are interesting and unusual enough to have you cooking for a long time."
—Epicurious.com, 4/9/10

"From asparagus to chocolate, it's hard not to turn the pages and feel inspired."
—Apartment Therapy's TheKitchn.com, 3/30/10

"England's next great cookbook. . . . Our latest British cookbook obsession."
—TastingTable.com National Edition, 3/12/10

"Inspired by seasonal eating, Skye Gyngell has assembled her favorite ingredients and given them star treatment in casual, stunning recipes. The lush flavor combinations are daring but not at all fussy, and her mindful use of ingredients and simple techniques result in utterly embraceable food. . . .It's truly good food you can truly feel good about, and it's little wonder that Alice Waters adores her."
—AOL Slashfood.com, 3/11/10

“Cooking delicious food depends on the choice of ingredients. Skye understands this and insists on seasonal, ripe, and sustainably produced foods. This book is beautiful and important, emphasizing the quality of ingredients and simple cooking techniques.”  
—Alice Waters, founder, Chez Panisse
 
“Skye so clearly adores her gorgeous ingredients that one almost forgets a recipe has actually been constructed. I see them more as deeply intelligent and respectful marriages that sing and dance off the page.” 
—Simon Hopkinson, author of Roast Chicken and Other Stories

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Skye Gyngell is the head chef at the award-winning Petersham Nurseries Café in southwest London. She is also an established food writer with a weekly column featuring recipes for the Independent on Sunday. Born in Australia, Skye has worked as a chef in Sydney, Paris, and London. In 2007, Skye’s first cookbook, A Year in My Kitchen, was named Cookery Book of the Year by the Guild of Food Writers and the Best Food Book at Le Cordon Bleu World Food Media Awards.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Fresh innovative produce-driven food 21. März 2010
Von Lynn Harnett - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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A "produce-driven" cook, English chef Gyngell showcases 16 foods - from asparagus and cherries to game birds and fish. On heavy stock, this softcover includes luscious photos of the raw ingredients as well as the final presentation. Each chapter offers a primer on the featured food - choosing, cooking, storing, as well as tips for pairing with other ingredients.

"I have often thought that my very last meal on this earth would have to be some sort of salad," Gyngell says, opening her Leaves chapter. So it's no surprise that her salads are pretty special. The Roasted Vegetable Salad with Arugula and Tomatoes and a yogurt dressing, awakens the mouth with bright, earthy, sweet and tangy flavors as each vegetable (beets, sweet potato, onion, fennel, tomato) gets a slightly different roasting treatment. Other salads (there are many) include Lobster with Fennell and Blood Oranges; Salad of Warm Torn Bread, Poached Egg, and Parmesan Dressing; and Warm Pheasant Salad with Tardivo (radicchio), Pickled Cherries and Toasted Hazelnuts.

From the Vinegar chapter comes Slow Cooked Shoulder of Lamb with Red Wine Vinegar, and from Olive Oil comes Wild Sea Bass with Salmoriglio (an oregano pesto-like sauce). Other main dishes include Chicken with Figs and Honey (Honey), Goat Cheese Soufflé with Lemon Thyme (Cheese), Squid with Peppers, Red Wine, and Wild Marjoram (Fish & Shellfish), Wild Garlic and White Bean Curry (Beans & Grains).

Brief intros and side notes offer tips for cooking and serving and often explain how ingredients complement one another. Gyngell is fond of bold, clean flavors and her book offers a refreshing collection for the innovative cook.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The cookbook as art 10. April 2011
Von Walker - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I bought this book based solely on the mention of one recipe, Chicken with garlic and fennel, in a "best of 2010" list, and that recipe did not disappoint. Skye Gyngell introduces the recipe by calling it "quick, simple, and satisfying." Let me state up front that her definition of quick and simple is very different than mine. I have many "quick-easy-healthy-delicious-weeknight-meals" cookbooks, and as someone with a fulltime job and a daily big-city commute, I treasure them. This is not one of those books; it is an entirely different breed. Those cookbooks are pulp fiction to Gyngell's Shakespeare. (I happen to like both.) I bought the book as a paperback, but it gives me a very leather-and-gilt vibe.

I buy cookbooks the way some women buy shoes and have over a hundred on my shelves. This is one of the most beautiful and inspiring. The many photos are gorgeous. If there's an award for food photography, it should be awarded to Jason Lowe. I wish the "search inside this book" function was available, so you could see a sample. And Gyngell's writing shines in her chosen role as a prophet of local, seasonal ingredient based cooking.

Besides the recipe I already mentioned, some other jewels: Nectarine and tomato salad with prosciutto and buffalo mozzarella; Tomato and bread soup; Pecan and maple syrup ice cream (are those two ingredients really local to London?); and (honey hush!) Fried egg with sage, chile, and garlicky yogurt. I could go on, but you'll think I need therapy.

This is a beautiful book. It makes me want to read, and it makes me want to cook. More so, it makes me want to try techniques and ingredients relatively intimidating to me. (And I don't mean anything exotic. I cut up my first whole chicken for the previously-mentioned Chicken with garlic and fennel. Lame, I know.) Deliciously pushing a home cook out of her comfort zone? That may be one of the highest compliments I can pay a cookbook.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Five Stars 30. Januar 2015
Von francis c - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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simple food, done well...
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Beautifully written 16. März 2011
Von BettyBoop - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is split up into chapters of the author/chef's favourite ingredients and from there she says why she favours them and them proceeds to give us her favouring recipes that contain the ingredient.

I love the book and i really enjoy reading it! In fact, any foodie would :) Even though few of the things she puts in are quite expensive, but i still really enjoy reading this book. It also really puts me in the mood to cook really fresh foods! :)
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