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The Pleasure Is All Mine: Selfish Food for Modern Life #2020

The Pleasure Is All Mine Selfish Food for Modern Life With The Pleasure is All Mine anyone can enjoy a Steak au Poivre with Frites Three Cheese Ravioli Coconut Fish Curry with Homemade Naan Bread or a Wild Blueberry Free Form Tart without the expense

  • Title: The Pleasure Is All Mine: Selfish Food for Modern Life
  • Author: Suzanne Pirret
  • ISBN: 9780061687129
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Pleasure Is All Mine: Selfish Food for Modern Life By Suzanne Pirret, With The Pleasure is All Mine, anyone can enjoy a Steak au Poivre with Frites, Three Cheese Ravioli, Coconut Fish Curry with Homemade Naan Bread, or a Wild Blueberry Free Form Tart without the expense and hassle of restaurants or fussy dinner guests The 100 uncomplicated, exquisite recipes in this collection are simple to prepare and require no fancy equipment With justWith The Pleasure is All Mine, anyone can enjoy a Steak au Poivre with Frites, Three Cheese Ravioli, Coconut Fish Curry with Homemade Naan Bread, or a Wild Blueberry Free Form Tart without the expense and hassle of restaurants or fussy dinner guests The 100 uncomplicated, exquisite recipes in this collection are simple to prepare and require no fancy equipment With just a skillet, bowl, knife, and a few perfect ingredients, Pirret makes great solo dining effortless and she offers inspired wine and cocktail pairings, too, to make dinner complete Edgy and bursting with personality, The Pleasure is All Mine is also filled with a wealth of devilishly entertaining stories based on her experiences living in New York, Los Angeles, Paris, and London.

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    1. I don t normally write reviews of cookbooks, because honestly, who reads a cookbook cover to cover You just don t do you You flick through, you read bits, you look at the nice pictures and dribble a little This however, is a very small cookbook, and there are little essays at the start of each chapter, so I read it.To be honest, the recipes themselves are so so It has a nice collection of recipes, but there s nothing here you won t find in other better cookbooks, and the recipes have have a tend [...]

    2. This book was FAN TASTIC I was updating my , and started flipping through it after I indicated it was going in the to read list A little over an hour later, I was done with the not recipe content of the book It was funny even had a few belly laughs I have not made any recipes, yet, but I will, and they looked like good recipes for the sort of things I want to make For instance, fried chicken for one It is important to note that this book is not for everyone She was definitely writing for people [...]

    3. Suzanne Pirret s out to give us some no fuss, simple recipes for cooking for one and possibly two Much of this book requires us to find things spices, etc that won t be in the average person s pantry though It s not as simple and convenient as it looks at one point she goes into foie gras , but there are at least a few things worth trying What s somewhat annoying is that she tries a little too hard to be hip and funny through the personal cooking dining anecdotes she peppers throughout the book [...]

    4. A friend from twitter sent me this book as a gift and I absolutely loved it and him for sending it I m sure I never would have picked it up otherwise Pirret makes what I always thought were fancy dishes seem easy, and truthfully they are I made duck confit Me, I did that And it was so fun and challenging but her instructions and tips were clear and the perfect guide It really is a pleasure, as a single person, to have a cookbook designed for me to cook for myself, or for intimate groups And her [...]

    5. With NYC sass and the kind of honesty that most people don t say outloud may I call it an unforgiving WTF attitude , Suzanne Pirret recalls her experiences eating in the cities she s called home New York, London, Paris, and Los Angeles And thank you Suzanne, for saying openly that there is nothing wrong with cooking for one, and while at it, cooking some damn fine food She shares her stories and her recipes recipes that serve ONE

    6. I have to admit, I loved this little book I loved her sassy wit and her depth of love for great food Being the chef to a family of 5 who is much happier eating tacos and burgers, I sometimes dream of these kind of meals that I can eat all by myself I would savour every bite I loved the Brunch chapter the best Oh and the Menage A Deux chapter I am thinking of all my friends that would love this book for a gift, I might need to order quite a few copies

    7. A very fun cookbook, celebrating recipes for one The author is a sassy hedonist whose asides made me snort As you move through the book, you also realize that she s been a professional chef, but one who doesn t take herself too seriously Great wine pairings as well The only complaint I have is that the recipes are meat heavy and I m not a vegetarian

    8. I really enjoyed this cookbook Of course, most of us will never cook like this for ourselves Most of us don t have that kind of money to spend on ingredients, for one thing And, of course, we would most definitely never cook in such clothes and shoes But, they make a great picture The author seems a bit full of herself, but I still enjoyed the book.

    9. I was not impressed She must have been a complete bitch to have been mistaken for a hungry hooker when dining out alone And the recipes were written for people who are already experts in french cooking, which makes me wonder why Anyone would need this book.

    10. Very enjoyable, funny read, with some recipes to whet your appetite.Makes you want to think twice about that dinner party.

    11. Although there were few recipes I was interested in I found her sense of humour to be pretty good In some cases biting but in a funny way.

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