In this unique book, paul shares his lifetime of experience in independent restaurant life and dozens of delicious but simple recipes. Paul focuses on dishes that provide maximum flavor while being easy to reproduce at home. They include nostalgic delicacies from his childhood, dishes from his travels across Italy, and classic items off the Paulie’s menu.
Paulie's: Classic Italian Cooking in the Heart of Houston's Montrose District #ad - Roasted tomatoes recipe on page 10 should read: 2-3 lbs Roma tomatoes 1/2 cup olive oil 2 tbsp dry basil 1 tbsp ground black pepper. Houston press named paulie’s “best montrose neighborhood restaurant” in 2015, was listed among Houston’s “Most Interesting Men” by the Houston Chronicle; the list includes entrepreneurs, philanthropists, Paul Petronella, and its operator and namesake, and professional athletes.
Celebrate 20 years of paulie’s with mouthwatering photos and a first-person account of the history of the restaurant and its people.
The Enchilada Queen Cookbook: Enchiladas, Fajitas, Tamales, and More Classic Recipes from Texas-Mexico Border KitchensSt. Martin's Griffin #ad - And the heart of great Tex-Mex cooking comes from home kitchens along the Rio Grande. You’ll also get a resource for hundreds of family dinners―and a party between covers! St martin s Press. In the enchilada queen cookbook, you’ll get kitchen wisdom from a lifetime of learning recipes from madres and abuelas who make food specific to their border towns on the Rio Grande.
And after you’ve picked your favorites from her 14 key sauces, you’ll make unbelievable food for a family or a crowd, including:--Cheese Enchiladas with Chili Gravy--Spinach Enchiladas with Salsa Verde--Shrimp Enchiladas with Salsa Veracruzano--Stewed Chicken Breast Enchiladas with Salsa MoleAnd the Enchilada Queen is an expert in more than just enchiladas.
The Enchilada Queen Cookbook: Enchiladas, Fajitas, Tamales, and More Classic Recipes from Texas-Mexico Border Kitchens #ad - Better than going out for mexican food!mexican food―by which most of us mean Tex-Mex―is a favorite from Los Angeles to New York and everywhere in between. Here you’ll find appetizers, polvorones and bunuelos the perfect margarita’s here too, such as:--guacamole and Picamole--Kitchen Nachos--Gulf Coast Fish Tacos--Frontera Beef Fajitas--La Fonda Tortilla Soup--Arroz con Pollo--Huevos Rancheros--Refried Beans--Tamales with a variety of fillings--Sopapillas, breakfasts and desserts, sides, and so much more.
. In the enchilada queen cookbook, sylvia casares gives you the best of the best, including tricks and simple techniques to turn any dish from appetizing to amazing. You’ll learn how to make her holy trinity spice paste; why you should use certain key shortcuts, such as chicken bouillon, in some dishes; and how to do her tortilla-changing Texas Two-Step marinating technique.
Cook Like a Local: Flavors That Can Change How You Cook and See the World: A CookbookClarkson Potter #ad - A cook with insatiable curiosity, he’s trained not just in fine-dining restaurants but in Houston’s Korean grocery stores, Indian kitchens, Vietnamese noodle shops, and Chinese mom-and-pops. In his restaurant, korean, he calls out the names of the cooks--Vietnamese, and others—who have inspired him, Indian, and in his book, he teaches you how to work with those flavors and cultures with respect and creativity.
Houston’s culinary reputation as a steakhouse town was put to rest by Chris Shepherd, the Robb Report’s Best Chef of the Year. But even beyond flavors and techniques, and how we can all learn to make not just better cooking, the book is about a bigger story: how Chris, came to be “adopted” by these immigrant cooks and families, how he learned to connect and share and truly cross cultures with a sense of generosity and respect, a son of Oklahoma who looks like a football coach, but a better community, one meal at a time.
The lessons go deeper than recipes: the book is about how to understand the pantries of different cuisines, how to taste and use these flavors in your own cooking. An advocate, not an appropriator, and in this book he brings us along to meet, he asks his diners to go and visit the restaurants that have inspired him, learn from, and cook with the people who have taught him.
Cook Like a Local: Flavors That Can Change How You Cook and See the World: A Cookbook #ad - The recipes include signatures from his restaurant—favorites such as braised goat with Korean rice dumplings, or fried vegetables with caramelized fish sauce. Organized around key ingredients like soy, or chiles, dry spices, the chapters function as master classes in using these seasonings to bring new flavors into your cooking and new life to flavors you already knew.
His food, incorporating elements of all these cuisines, tells the story of the city, and country, in which he lives.
Julep: Southern Cocktails Refashioned A Recipe BookLorena Jones Books #ad - Approximately 80 evocative cocktail and location photographs convey the romance and style that distinguish Julep and serve to inspire beverage enthusiasts to relive Southern history via the bar cart. A tribute to the spirits and drinking traditions of the South through a leading barwoman's glass, with 80 recipes and photos.
Julep: Southern Cocktails Refashioned A Recipe Book #ad - Iacp award winnercraft cocktail maven alba huerta succinctly tells the story of drinking in the South through themes such as "Trading with the Enemy, " "the Rural South, " "the Drinking Society, " "the Saltwater South, " and others that anchor the menu at her destination bar, Julep. With historical overviews, liquid currency, and 65 bespoke cocktail recipes, ranging from the iconic Mint Julep and variations such as Rye Julep and Sparkling Julep to modern inventions like the Snakebit Sprout, 15 bar snack recipes, and Hot July, Huerta recounts the tales and traditions that define drinking culture in the American South today.
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Lost Restaurants of Houston American PalateThe History Press #ad - But even in a place where eating out is a way of life and restaurants come and go, there were some iconic spots that earned a special place in the hearts and stomachs of locals. With more than fourteen thousand eating establishments covering seventy different ethnic cuisines, Houston is a foodie town. From alfred's delicatessen to youngblood's Fried Chicken, Paul and Christiane Galvani celebrate the stories and recipes of Houston's fondly remembered tastemakers.
Lost Restaurants of Houston American Palate #ad - Maxim's taught overnight millionaires how to handle meals that came with three forks. The trader vic's at the shamrock offered dedicated homebodies a chance for the exotic, and Sonny Look's Sirloin Inn maintained the reputation of a city of steakhouses. St martin s Press.
Peace MealsThe Junior League of Houston #ad - The concept behind this title is about switching our mindset from saving time to making time, because it is the special people and small moments that make the big memories. From the people who brought you stop and Smell the Rosemary! Peace Meals is the fourth in a series of acclaimed cookbooks from The Junior League of Houston.
Peace Meals #ad - Used book in Good Condition. St martin s Press.
Lost Restaurants of HoustonHistory Press Library Editions #ad - The trader vic's at the shamrock offered dedicated homebodies a chance for the exotic, and Sonny Look's Sirloin Inn maintained the reputation of a city of steakhouses. But even in a place where eating out is a way of life and restaurants come and go, there were some iconic spots that earned a special place in the hearts and stomachs of locals.
Lost Restaurants of Houston #ad - Used book in Good Condition. St martin s Press. With more than fourteen thousand eating establishments covering seventy different ethnic cuisines, Houston is a foodie town. From alfred's delicatessen to youngblood's Fried Chicken, Paul and Christiane Galvani celebrate the stories and recipes of Houston's fondly remembered tastemakers.
Maxim's taught overnight millionaires how to handle meals that came with three forks.
Brennans of Houston in Your KitchenBright Sky Press #ad - St martin s Press. Proving that creole and texas styles are kitchen-compatible, Chef Carl Walker artfully presents these distinctive tastes at the acclaimed Brennan's of Houston. Capitalizing on fresh ingredients available at his back door, Chef Carl injects his culinary magic into every dining element and reveals his own kitchen tips and techniques.
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Houston Classic Mexican RecipesPelican Publishing #ad - From lobster enchiladas from cyclone anaya's and poblano soup from molina's to tamales from Taco Milagro, and Wedding Cookies from El Bolillo, Pork Belly Torta from Haven, each entry in this vibrant addition to Pelican's Classic Recipes Series represents the favorite flavors from the best and most beloved Mexican restaurants in Houston.
Houston Classic Mexican Recipes #ad - Buen provecho! from Houston's best Mexican kitchens. Used book in Good Condition. St martin s Press. With close ties to mexico, it's no wonder that Houston offers such a peppery punch when it comes to flavorful Mexican cuisine.
Houston Chef's Table: Extraordinary Recipes From The Bayou City's Iconic RestaurantsLyons Press #ad - Including a signature “at home” recipe from seventy iconic dining establishments, the book is a celebration of the city’s diverse cultural influences. Barbeque and tex-Mex are certainly present, but do not define the dining experience. Houston is the dining out capital of Texas, diverse, with a food scene that reflects the city itself—talented, entrepreneurial, and quite modern.
Houston Chef's Table: Extraordinary Recipes From The Bayou City's Iconic Restaurants #ad - And numerous establishments court the palate for Thai, Caribbean, Brazilian, Indian, and Turkish foods. St martin s Press. Houston chef’s table is the first cookbook to gather Houston’s best chefs and restaurants under one cover. Used book in Good Condition. Modern american cuisine brought into focus by mark cox of Mark’s American Cuisine and fine-dining Italian style served by award-winning Tony’s both set the stage for a dining experience independent of Texas’ reputation for big steaks and enchiladas.
Full-color photos throughout highlight fabulous dishes, famous chefs, and Houston landmarks.