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Cannelle et Vanille by Aran Goyoaga

Cannelle et Vanille

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Cannelle et Vanille by Aran Goyoaga
Sep 24, 2019 | 352 Pages
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A Most-Anticipated Fall 2019 Cookbook at Bon Appétit, Food & Wine, Epicurious, and Food 52
“[Cannelle et Vanille] is a dreamscape of meals for feeding a family or entertaining.”
Bon Appétit

“If you’re a fan of Aran Goyoaga—pastry chef-turned James Beard Award-winning blogger and photographer—and her critically acclaimed blog, Cannelle et Vanille, you’ll want to pick up this cookbook.”
—Food & Wine

“Goyoaga, who grew up in Basque country and worked as a pastry chef, now works as a food stylist and photographer—which comes as no surprise when you’re flipping through the pages of Canelle et Vanille. From Sourdough Waffles with Lemon and Honey to Buttermilk-Poached Salmon with Herbs, every perfectly-lighted shot in Goyoaga’s latest book will tempt you to wrestle home a farmer’s market haul and spend the afternoon with one of her delicately-spiced, nourishing recipes.”

Cannelle et Vanille will have you re-booting your pantry and fridge with all manner of seed butters, nut milks, hazelnut dukkah and homemade yogurt. And you’ll be rethinking how you cook, because Aran is a master who can turn a wee set of ingredients into a bountiful feast. The recipes are a beautiful expression of how Aran feeds her family and friends simple foods like buttermilk brined roast chicken and roasted carrot and cashew soup. This is a book for all cooks, and one that we plan to turn to for years to come.”
—Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs, founders of Food52
“This beautiful book is brimming with recipes celebrating the idea that centering life around a nourishing kitchen is something worth striving for.” 
—Heidi Swanson, author of Super Natural Cooking

“Aran Goyoaga is known to her legions of fans and followers as Cannelle et Vanille, the blog and Instagram handle where she shares moody, dreamy shots. The pastry chef turned James Beard Award–winning blogger’s new cookbook, her second, features 100 veggie-forward gluten-free recipes that are at once simple and elegant. Aran’s storytelling, like her photography, is dreamy—this isn’t a book you only cook from so much as slide into the world from. Perfect for someone looking for mood inspiration as much as food inspiration.”

“Basque-born author Goyoaga’s two-time James-Beard-Award-winning blog ‘Cannelle et Vanille’ highlights her attention to detail in both meal and table preparation. She believes that thoughtfulness on both sides results in true nourishment…Yes, these recipes are gluten free, but you won’t even notice; they’re simply delicious ways of preparing real food.”
—Literary Hub

“In a time when we’re bombarded with online images of ‘perfect’ lives, I love that Aran is so real: a working artist and mother for whom cooking is therapy—a practical remedy for the aches and pains of being human. Her book shines not only for its stunning photographs and its inventive everyday recipes but also for the generosity of her voice. Keep a copy in your kitchen, and I know you’ll reach for it often.”
—Molly Wizenberg, author of A Homemade Life and Delancey
“The recipes make sense for everyday life, and they are wholesome without subscribing to a particular diet. Reading about and cooking Aran’s food takes me to another place—one that is calm and lovely—and inspires me towards a table with friends.”
—Sara Forte, Sprouted Kitchen and Sprouted Kitchen Bowl + Spoon

“Filled with inspired yet down-to-earth stories and recipes, Aran’s beautiful book opens up her personal world of food to make ours more delicious.”
—Renee Erickson, chef of Sea Creatures restaurants and author of A Boat, a Whale & a Walrus

“This book of 100 everyday favorites is not only extremely inspiring, it’s equally doable. The recipes, all of which are seasonal, produce-forward, and naturally gluten-free, are precisely the kind of meals Aran Goyoaga eats at home with her family…There are a number of recipes for every occasion: breakfast, weeknight dinners, and gatherings with friends, alike. And we want to join Goyoaga for all of them.”
“Aran’s recipes are both comforting and inventive. They ignite excitement in me as I pull together ingredients in a way I never thought possible, and yet they are familiar, warm, and inviting as I believe food should be. This book also reminds me to slow down, be present, and fill each day with intention.”
—Ashley Rodriguez, author of Date Night In and Let’s Stay In
“Aran’s book is a journey of food, nourishment, and family. It is generous and robust in both story and recipes. The food is foundational and celebratory—it makes us want to cook, eat, and live authentically with the ones we love.”
—Karen Mordechai, creator of Sunday Suppers and author of Simple Fare
“A collection of the intuitive, wholesome recipes synonymous with Aran’s philosophy, which is informed by time, place, and tradition. Her thoughtful approach to meals is a needed lesson in our busy days.”
—Tara O’Brady, food writer and author of Seven Spoons

“[Aran] Goyoaga relies on a whole-food philosophy that shines through each recipe…Recommended for home cooks with experience in the kitchen and those looking to expand their gluten-free options. These are flexible meals to impress.”
—Library Journal

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