One Good Dish

The Pleasures of a Simple Meal

One Good Dish

By:  Tanis, David

9781579654672
$38.95 Hardback
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2013/10/22
Artisan

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7.3 X 9.3 in
256 pg



COOKING / Courses & Dishes / General
COOKING / Regional & Ethnic / American / California Style

From the kitchen of acclaimed chef David Tanis, an irresistible collection of home-cooked dishes

Top 10 Cookbooks of the Year, Washington Post

 

Top 10 Cookbooks of the Year, Entertainment Weekly

 

Best Books of 2013, NPR

 

Best of the Year in Cookbooks, Amazon

 

Top 10 Cookbooks for Fall 2013, Publishers Weekly

 

 

“Trust David Tanis to keep it real. . . . The oeuvre [of One Good Dish] is modern and American, unfussy and charming.” —Washington Post

 

“Simple, casual meals that satisfy. . . . Robust and inventively appealing.”Publishers Weekly, starred review

 

“This is the book that I will pick up when I’m hungry but not quite sure for what, for these dishes are inspiring yet can be made without a lot of fuss. . . . Who would enjoy this book? People who enjoy simple, delicious, no-fuss cooking and who appreciate well-written recipes.” —TheKitchn

 

“Fresh, with a focus on flavor.” —Charleston Post & Courier

 

“Elegant but uncomplicated recipes.” —Charlotte Observer

 

One Good Dish focuses on simplicity and vibrant flavor by introducing just a few inspired twists to turn relatively simple dishes into dazzlers.” —New York Daily News

 

“This eclectic mix from a New York Times writer comprises mainly one-dish recipes for, he writes ‘the way I cook and eat day-to-day.’ Stale bread becomes spaghetti with bread crumbs and pepper. Warm French lentil salad can feed a crowd on a cool day. Tanis also includes desserts (espresso-hazelnut bark, tangerine granita) with pleasingly short ingredient lists.” —People

 

“Global comfort food.” —RealSimple.com

 

“A book to browse when you’re in need of new inspiration and want some insight from a wise, seasoned and opinionated cook.” —FoodandWine.com


David Tanis has worked as a professional chef for over three decades, and is the author of several acclaimed cookbooks, including A Platter of Figs and Other Recipes, which was chosen as one of the 50 best cookbooks ever by the Guardian/Observer (U.K.) and Heart of the Artichoke, which was nominated for a James Beard Award. He spent many years as chef with Alice Waters at Chez Panisse restaurant in Berkeley, California; he ran the kitchen of the highly praised Café Escalera in Santa Fe, New Mexico; and he operated a successful private supper club in his 17th-century walk-up in Paris. He has written for a number of publications, including the Wall Street Journal, the Guardian/Observer (U.K.), Cooking LightBon Appétit, Fine Cooking, and Saveur. Tanis lives in Manhattan and has been writing the weekly City Kitchen column for the Food section of the New York Times for nearly six years.