The Versatile Grain and the Elegant Bean by Sheryl London
A Celebration of the World's Most Healthful Foods

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Book by London, Sheryl, London, Mel
 

About Sheryl London

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Sheryl London is the author of eleven cookbooks & is one of the winners of the James Beard Cookbook Award in 1994 for "A Seafood Celebration". She tests her recipes at her homes in New York City & Fire Island. Sheryl and Mel London are the authors of eleven cookbooks and were winners of the James Beard Cookbook Award in 1994 for A Seafood Celebration. They test their recipes at their homes in New York City and Fire Island. The Gourmet Garage began as a wholesale business flying fresh food in daily for the chefs of New York City. A retailing sensation once it opened to the public in 1992, the shop quickly became a New York institution.
 
Published April 1, 1992 by Simon & Schuster. 530 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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A decade after their Sheryl and Mel London's Creative Cooking with Grains and Pasta, a health-food-style compendium that had its share of bean complements and was already showcasing such grains as amaranth, sorghum, and triticale, the indefatigable Londons have pulled in some yet newer grains (qu...

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With this virtual encyclopediasince book seems to give `encyclopedic' range of details of grains and beans, the Londons ( Fish Lovers' Cookbook ), Tastemaker Award honorees, contribute much to the ser

Mar 30 1992 | Read Full Review of The Versatile Grain and the E...

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Included are chapters on a multitude of nutritious grains and beans, including new-to-the-U.S. yet actually quite ancient grains like teff, amaranth, millet (used commonly as parakeet fodder) and quinoa (``the pronunciation is KEEN-wah'').141 In addition to excellent recipes for grains--such as s...

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Entertainment Weekly

For at least a generation, food writers have been discovering grains and beans as nourishing fare that's easy on the planet, & purse, and arteries.

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The Pastiera di Grana in Sheryl and Mel London's ambitious new cookbook, "The Versatile Grain and the Elegant Bean," sounded like a heavenly way to wreck my family's fat intake for the week--a ricotta-based cake studded with bits of orange and lemon peel and wheat berries that had been cooked i...

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