Williams-Sonoma Foods of the World by Janet Fletcher
San Francisco: Authentic Recipes Celebrating the Foods of the World

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An insider’s guide to the recipes, ingredients, and traditions that define international city cuisine, the Foods of the World series is the definitive cookbook collection for anyone passionate about food and travel. Richly photographed, with over 45 authentic recipes and in-depth culinary features, each book brings readers closer to the best eating experiences each city has to offer from a culinary authority Americans trust.

From artisan sourdough bread to seasonal produce and seafood, San Francisco is a serious food town. The city’s distinctive cuisine is highlighted in dishes like Grilled Asparagus with Parmesan, Cioppino, and Plum and Blackberry Sorbet.

Key Features:

* Add simple, fresh recipes such as Beet, Fennel, and Avocado Salad with Ricotta Salata or Meyer Lemon Pots de Crème with Raspberry Sauce to your culinary repertoire

* Discover the roots of an ever-growing culinary trend toward artisan-made foods and organic seasonal produce

* Read about how chefs combine innovation and simplicity at some of the most notable restaurants in the United States

 

About Janet Fletcher

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Fletcher trained at the Culinary Institute of America and at Berkeley, California's celebrated Chez Panisse restaurant. A treasured American icon, Chuck Williams opened the first Williams-Sonoma store in the town of Sonoma in 1956, later moving it to San Francisco. His humble shop has now grown to more than 260 stores across the country. Under his watchful eye, more than 300 branded cookbooks have been published to date. America's best-loved brand of cookbooks have sold over 32 million copies. Hall specializes in food photography.
 
Published September 1, 2004 by Oxmoor House. 192 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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