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Recipes from Serve Yourself by Joe Yonan

Recipes from Serve Yourself by Joe Yonan

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Published by The Recipe Club
Recipes included in this excerpt:
Sweet Potato Soup with Chorizo, Chickpeas, and Kale
Smoked Trout, Green Apple, and Gouda Sandwich
Cappuccino Tapioca Pudding with Cardamom Brûlée

From the award-winning food editor of The Washington Post comes a cookbook aimed at the food-loving single. Joe Yonan brings together more than 100 inventive, easy-to-make, and globally inspired recipes celebrating solo eating. Dishes like Mushroom and Green Garlic Frittata, Catfish Tacos with Chipotle Slaw, and Smoked Trout, Potato, and Fennel Pizza will add excitement to any repertoire and forever dispel the notion that single life means starving, settling for take-out, or facing a fridge full of monotonous leftovers. Yonan also includes shopping and storage tips for the single-chef household, along with creative ideas for making use of extra ingredients. Serve Yourself makes cooking for one a deeply satisfying, approachable pleasure. And with such delectable meals, your solo status could be threatened if you’re forced to share with others!

To read more about Serve Yourself or Joe Yonan please visit Crown Publishing Group at www.crownpublishing.com.
Recipes included in this excerpt:
Sweet Potato Soup with Chorizo, Chickpeas, and Kale
Smoked Trout, Green Apple, and Gouda Sandwich
Cappuccino Tapioca Pudding with Cardamom Brûlée

From the award-winning food editor of The Washington Post comes a cookbook aimed at the food-loving single. Joe Yonan brings together more than 100 inventive, easy-to-make, and globally inspired recipes celebrating solo eating. Dishes like Mushroom and Green Garlic Frittata, Catfish Tacos with Chipotle Slaw, and Smoked Trout, Potato, and Fennel Pizza will add excitement to any repertoire and forever dispel the notion that single life means starving, settling for take-out, or facing a fridge full of monotonous leftovers. Yonan also includes shopping and storage tips for the single-chef household, along with creative ideas for making use of extra ingredients. Serve Yourself makes cooking for one a deeply satisfying, approachable pleasure. And with such delectable meals, your solo status could be threatened if you’re forced to share with others!

To read more about Serve Yourself or Joe Yonan please visit Crown Publishing Group at www.crownpublishing.com.

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Publish date: Mar 29, 2011
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Copyright © 2011 by Joe YonanPhotographs copyright © 2011 by Ed AndersonAll rights reserved.Published in the United States by Ten Speed Press, an imprint of theCrown Publishing Group, a division of Random House, Inc., New York.www.crownpublishing.comwww.tenspeed.comTen Speed Press and the Ten Speed Press colophon are registeredtrademarks of Random House, Inc.Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication DataYonan, Joe.Serve yourself : nightly adventures in cooking for one / Joe Yonan.p. cm.1. Cooking for one. 2. Cookbooks. I. Title.TX652.Y68 2011641.5’611—dc222010040639ISBN 9781580085137Printed in ChinaDesign by Ed AndersonProduction by Colleen Cain10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1First Edition

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ansate reviewed this
Rated 2/5
I tried 2 recipes, Corn Risotto with Roasted Cherry Tomatoes and Tuna Salad.The risotto took over an hour to make, and was way too rich to be a stand alone dinner. I ate most of the leftovers as a side dish, but I couldn't get through enough of it to call it dinner. The tuna salad (minus the olives) was great - I really love the notion of cooking the potatoes with the eggs. I doubled it because I was only able to find one can of tuna in olive oil, and it was twice the size he suggested. It was not from Italy or Spain, so he would have found it unacceptable. Also, because then I got to have leftovers and not have to cook the next night!Many, many of the recipes didn't even make it to my to-try list because either the ingredients were too weird and precious or the level of work involved was ridiculous for the amount of results you got. I did also copy the recipe for the faux-chicken-fried steak. I'll try the steak part, but the potatoes he suggests go with it add a huge amount of time to the cooking of dinner. It had some interesting ideas, but it didn't really seem like a practical cookbook for someone aiming to spend less than an hour per meal. It's ok to have leftovers if you're going to spend that long cooking!
vivienner_3 reviewed this
Rated 2/5
Although there are some recipes that sound good, most are fairly complicated with long lists of ingredients. I can’t see someone living alone going to this much trouble - especially as the title prescribes "nightly". There are very few vegetarian options.
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