Indiana Cooks!

Indiana Cooks!

Great Restaurant Recipes for the Home Kitchen

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Baker & Taylor
A selection of terrific recipes from some of Indiana's finest restaurants and acclaimed chefs--including establishments in Gary, Bloomington, South Bend, and Indianapolis--features sixty delicious specialty dishes adapted for the home kitchen, accompanied by full-color photographs, tips on ingredients, and a helpful resource list.

Ingram Publishing Services
The food columnist for Bloomington's ""Herald Times"" chose 15 restaurants from Indiana, procuring four recipes from each that have been adapted for the home kitchen. Contact information for each restaurant and a convenient map are included.

Indiana Cooks! is much more than a cookbook. It is a tantalizing feast for the eyes as well as the tastebuds as it celebrates top restaurants and great Indiana chefs and their philosophies of contemporary cuisine.

Christine Barbour, who writes a food column for Bloomington’s Herald-Times, chose 15 restaurants throughout Indiana, interviewed the chefs, and procured four recipes from each chef that have been adapted for the home kitchen. Scott Feickert home-tested the recipes. The beautiful color photographs by Tom Stio will make you want to run to the store to obtain the ingredients (a helpful list of sources for some of the less common items is provided) and start cooking.

Contact information for each restaurant and a convenient map are included. Indiana Cooks! is a must-have volume for the gourmet, the talented cook, and the cookbook collector.



Blackwell North Amer
Indiana Cooks! is much more than a cookbook. It is a feast for the eyes as well as the tastebuds as it celebrates top restaurants and great Indiana chefs and their philosophies of contemporary cuisine.
Christine Barbour, who writes a food column for Bloomington's Herald Times, chose fifteen restaurants throughout Indiana, interviewed the chefs, and procured four recipes from each chef that have been adapted for the home kitchen. Scott Feickert home-tested the recipes. The color photographs by Tom Stio will make you want to run to the store to obtain the ingredients (a helpful list of sources for some of the less common items is provided), and start cooking.

Indiana University Press

Indiana Cooks! is much more than a cookbook. It is a tantalizing feast for the eyes as well as the tastebuds as it celebrates top restaurants and great Indiana chefs and their philosophies of contemporary cuisine.

Christine Barbour, who writes a food column for Bloomington’s Herald-Times, chose 15 restaurants throughout Indiana, interviewed the chefs, and procured four recipes from each chef that have been adapted for the home kitchen. Scott Feickert home-tested the recipes. The beautiful color photographs by Tom Stio will make you want to run to the store to obtain the ingredients (a helpful list of sources for some of the less common items is provided) and start cooking.

Contact information for each restaurant and a convenient map are included. Indiana Cooks! is a must-have volume for the gourmet, the talented cook, and the cookbook collector.



Publisher: Bloomington : Quarry Books/Indiana University Press, [2005]
Copyright Date: ©2005
ISBN: 9780253346643
0253346649
Branch Call Number: 641.59772 Barbour 2005
Characteristics: xiv, 142 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), color map ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Feickert, Scott

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