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Hello! My Name Is Tasty by John Gorham and Liz Crain

Hello! My Name Is Tasty

Hello! My Name Is Tasty by John Gorham and Liz Crain
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Aug 15, 2017 | 288 Pages
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Praise

“Unchain yourself with this easy [recipe]”
O, The Oprah Magazine

“Brunch at home is entirely underrated: there’s no wait, it’s a heck of a lot cheaper, and it’s a great way to use up leftovers. Learn the art of the home brunch from Portland chef John Gorham, whose celebrated restaurants, Tasty ‘n Sons and Tasty ‘n Alder, serve up a fresh take on brunch dishes with global influences”
—Food52

“[Hello! My Name is Tasty] ushers home cooking into a new echelon…this collection sizzles with possibility “
—Shelf Awareness

“It’s a winner for home cooks who feel like pancakes and eggs one day, charcuterie and cocktails the next.”
Library Journal

“While Portland, Oregon, restaurateur Gorham’s chain of restaurants honors Pacific Northwest culinary traditions, he combines that cooking with what he considers the finest of southern cooking. His dishes gleefully mix these continentally opposite schools of taste for a mash-up that keeps customers piling in.”
Booklist

“[This ]high-quality, well-designed cookbook practically beg[s] you to re-create restaurant favorites at home”
Seattle Times

“Pick up a copy of “Hello! My Name is Tasty,”… and watch as friends and family recreate the line-ups for brunch at John Gorham’s Tasty n Alder and Tasty n Sons.” 
Travel Portland

“In the … Hello! My Name Is Tasty cookbook, Gorham and local food writer Liz Crain memorialize the restaurant’s coveted brunch recipes, which still inspire hour-long waits, even midweek.” 
Portland Monthly

“I’ve been long awaiting this book as Tasty n Alder is hands down one of my favorite restaurants in Portland.”
—The Balanced Life

“Armed with these easy recipes, brunch at home becomes deliciously doable.”
The Mercury News

“The ‘Tasty’ cookbook will make you want to clear your next few Sundays and start experimenting with some serious brunch fare.”
Portland Tribune

“When I look through this book, the thought bubble above my head shows me frolicking (I haven’t frolicked in years) through a field of wild flowers counting the ways I love it. Gorgeous photographs, the best straight up must make and eat food ever, spectacular content including historical tidbits and so much more. These folks rocked this book.”
—Eat Your Books

“[A book] we love this fall.”
Sweet Paul Magazine

“It’s high time to disrupt my own brunch routine.”
—Mongomery News

“The new brunch darling.”
—Bucks Local News

“…this cookbook hits the ground running with soulful dishes for every time of day.”
—Oregon Public Broadcasting

“[Part of] the 2017 author lineup for Wordstock.”
—Artlandia

“…[a] unique spin on authentic comfort food, whether it’s inspired by his travels to Spain or Israel or the American Southeast.”
—Hillsboro Tribune

“The latest from Portland’s brunch impresario and uber-author Liz Crain is a testament to the hard work that goes into every element of the dishes at Gorham’s Tasty n Sons and Tasty n Alder restaurants.”
—Portland Mercury

“Each dish leaves you satisfied.”
Confetti Travel Cafe

“The presentation is both poppy and classic, and the text, written with culinary advocate and food writer Liz Crain, is affable and accessible.”
—The Register-Guard

“…this isn’t an ordinary cookbook—it comes with plenty of photos from Gorham’s inspirational cross-country road trip, as well as recipes that are extremely easy to follow, perfect for those of us that need a little hand-holding”
Seattle Met

“These recipes will satisfy your cravings from morning to late night.”
—Powell’s, Picks of the Season

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