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Home Cooked

Home Cooked by Anya Fernald and Jessica Battilana
Hardcover
Apr 05, 2016 | 304 Pages
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Praise

“If there is one book you buy this year, let it be Home Cooked. It will rejuvenate your passion for cooking. This book is a simple reminder of the excitement and poetic deliciousness of handmade food, both emotionally and physically. Anya Fernald inspires me to remember that the most memorable food comes from the home kitchen, not a restaurant.”
— MARIO BATALI, chef, restaurateur, and author

“For years I’ve looked on with admiration as Anya Fernald has made big things happen in the food world, mostly from behind the scenes. Now in Home Cooked Anya takes center stage to share how she makes delicious and convivial things happen in her own kitchen. It’s a wonderful debut, full of solid practical advice, straightforward but unusual and boldly flavored dishes, and vivid glimpses of a singular life.”
—HAROLD MCGEE, author of On Food & Cooking and Keys to Good Cooking

“Anya Fernald is a gifted home cook, instinctual and confident. Her recipes are never overcomplicated; they show that great cook’s knack for adding just the right ingredient or using just the right technique to transform what might seem simple into something very special.”
— RUSS PARSONS, Los Angeles Times food columnist and author of How to Read a French Fry

“Somewhere between a night in a county jail in Greece, a stint at a farm in Tunisia, and a job as a cheese maker in Sicily, Anya Fernald’s dream began to take shape. Now, with Home Cooked, we can read, see, and eat her dream. And as lovely as the photographs are, this is not just a book to thumb through. This is a book to cook from. My copy is already stained. One of the best cookbooks of the year.”
NANCY SILVERTON, author of The Mozza Cookbook and co-owner of the Mozza Restaurant group

“Fernald, inspired by Italian farm cooking, has stocked her cookbook with hearty, inexpensive, and utterly unfussy meals.”
– Entertainment Weekly

“Anya Fernald, the founder of Belcampo Meat Co. in California, makes the most of her pantry and what’s in season with Home Cooked, bringing pragmatism into the kitchen with unfussy recipes for both weeknight meals and dinner parties.”
– TastingTable

“. . . easily achieves its delicate balancing act of providing approachable, but thoughtful recipes that aren’t dumbed down for home cooks. And, thankfully, its recipes do not require a vigorous search for esoteric ingredients— it’s all Slow Food-approved good meat and fish, and produce that one can easily find at the farmer’s market.”
– Eater 

“It’s a glorious, slow read — fitting for a pretty book divided into sections labeled, “Welcome,” “Take a Seat” and “Stay a While” — and Fernald surprises not only with an emphasis on vegetables but also with lovely detours into pasta-making and cocktails. The new way of cooking in the book’s title is thus also a profoundly old way: over time, with friends, allowing the ingredients at hand to dictate both dish and dinner.”
– Los Angeles Times

Home Cooked . . . is one of those cookbooks you could use all summer long and never get bored. The recipes are full of bright, refreshing flavors. They are not simplified restaurant recipes, but ones that are easily made in any kitchen.”
– Super Chef

Table Of Contents

My kitchen: an introduction

Building blocks

Snacks, starters, and cocktails

Pasta, ragu, risotto and eggs

Vegetables

Fish and meat

Dessserts

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