Steak

Author: Mark Schatzker
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101190108
Size: 15.76 MB
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The definitive book on steak has never been written-until now "Of all the meats, only one merits its own structure. There is no such place as a lamb house or a pork house, but even a small town can have a steak house." So begins Mark Schatzker's ultimate carnivorous quest. Fed up with one too many mediocre steaks, the intrepid journalist set out to track down, define, and eat the perfect specimen. His journey takes him to all the legendary sites of steak excellence-Texas, France, Scotland, Italy, Japan, Argentina, and Idaho's Pahsimeroi Valley-where he discovers the lunatic lengths steak lovers will go to consume the perfect cut. After contemplating the merits of Black Angus, Kobe, Chianina, and the prehistoric aurochs-a breed revived by the Nazis after four hundred years of extinction-Schatzker adopts his own heifer, fattens her on fruit, acorns, and Persian walnuts, and then grapples with ambivalence when this near-pet appears on his plate. Reminiscent of both Bill Bryson's and Bill Buford's writing, Steak is a warm, humorous, and wide-ranging read that introduces a wonderful new travel and food writer to the common table.

Skirt Steak

Author: Charlotte Druckman
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9781452121307
Size: 13.76 MB
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In this in-depth, behind-the-scenes tell-all about the lives of women chefs, journalist Charlotte Druckman walks the reader into the world behind the hot line. But this is a different perspective on the kitchen: one told through the voices of more than 100 of the best and brightest women cooking today. These are female chefs performing culinary and domestic high wire acts: juggling sharp knives, battering heat, bruising male egos, and working endless hours, often while raising small children and living from paycheck to paycheck. How they deal with pressures, the expectations, the successes and failures, makes for absorbing reading.

The Book Of Steak

Author: Parragon
Publisher: Love Food
ISBN: 1472307704
Size: 19.32 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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The Book of Steak is the ultimate guide to cooking steak and other beef dishes. Creative recipes ranging from steak to carpaccio to burgers to roasts will dazzle your guests.

The Great Steak Book

Author: Grady Spears
Publisher: Springer Science & Business
ISBN: 1580082157
Size: 14.35 MB
Format: PDF
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This follow-up to "Cowboy in the Kitchen" features information on cooking steaks, such as choice cuts by season and which cuts work best with different cooking methods. Spears, executive chef of Reata restaurants in Texas and California, shares his collection of tips, techniques, and recipes. Color photos.

Chicken Fried Steak For The Soul

Author: Roy English
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
ISBN: 9781423612964
Size: 18.42 MB
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Henry Ward Beecher said "the common sense of one century is the common sense of the next." That said, these pocket-sized humor books pack quite a bit of punch-lines that is. With more than 1.5 million copies in print, their all-new look will leave a whole new generation in stitches!

Steak Lover S Cookbook

Author: William Rice
Publisher: Workman Publishing
ISBN: 9780761178828
Size: 17.83 MB
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Marrying simplicity and succulence, steak is a food everyone can understand, and one of the very few to inspire genuine craving. Steak is William Rice's avocation, his passion, and he's researched different preparations and flavors of steak from all over the world. A collection of over 140 recipes, steak lover's cookbook is divided between fancy uptown cuts (e.g., tenderloins, porterhouses, ribs) and the plainer but just as tasty downtown cuts (skirt, chuck, flank, round). It includes the Best-Ever recipe for each type, plus dozens of inviting alternatives, not to mention Steak Fries, Outrageous Onion Rings, and Mississippi Mud Pie. It's a steakhouse at home. 84,000 copies in print.