Celebrate America's Great Flavors
On Sale: September 20, 2011
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When Bobby Flay looks at a map of the United States, he
doesn’t see states—he sees ingredients: wild Alaskan king
salmon, tiny Maine blueberries, fiery southwestern chiles.
The Food Network celebrity and renowned chef-restaurateur
created his Bar Americain restaurants as our country’s
answer to French bistros—to celebrate America’s regional
flavors and dishes, interpreted as only Bobby Flay can.
Now you can rediscover American cuisine at home with the
recipes in Bobby Flay’s Bar Americain Cookbook. Start with a
Kentucky 95—a riff on a classic French cocktail but made
with bourbon—and Barbecued Oysters with Black
Pepper–Tarragon Butter. Choose from sumptuous soups and
salads, including a creamy clam chowder built on a sweet
potato base, and Kentucky ham and ripe figs over a bed of
arugula dressed with molasses-mustard dressing. Entrees will
fill your family family-style, from red snapper with a crisp
skin of plantains accompanied by avocado, mango, and black
beans to a host of beef steaks, spice-rubbed and accompanied
by side dishes such as Brooklyn hash browns and cauliflower
and goat cheese gratin. Bar Americain’s famed brunch dishes
and irresistible desserts round out this collection of
America’s favorite flavors.
Bobby also shares his tips for stocking your pantry with key
ingredients for everyday cooking, as well as expert advice
on essential kitchen equipment and indispensable techniques.
With more than 110 recipes and 110 full-color photographs,
Bobby Flay’s Bar Americain Cookbook shares Bobby’s passion
for fantastic American food and will change the way any cook
looks at our country’s bounty.
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