Toast The Cookbook by Raquel Pelize, Phaidon Press
With over 1,500 titles in print, Phaidon has long been the premier global producer of books focused on the creative arts. Headquartered in London and New York, the publisher collaborates with the world's most influential artists, chefs, writers and thinkers to produce innovative books on art, photography, design, architecture, fashion, food and travel.
Easy enough for breakfast, yet suitable for brunch, lunch, dinner and even dessert, the possibilities of heaping beautiful seasonal ingredients on bread are limitless. Toast guides home chefs as they explore cuisine's ultimate creative canvas. Organized by season, Toast features 50 recipes from savory to sweet that unleash the power of fresh ingredients and simple techniques guaranteed to impress and satisfy any kitchen audience on any occasion.
Broiled or char-grilled, pan-fried or deep-fried, a good slice of bread is the ultimate platform to showcase your culinary skills. Toast will teach you to simply and effectively wow friends and family with creative, delicious combinations of ingredients from summer tomato salad, or pickled shrimp and avocado, to roasted squash and molten cheese, poached egg and fried pancetta, or even s'mores.
So much more than just bread and butter, toast is experiencing a global Renaissance. Professional chefs are seizing on the creative potential of a beautiful canvas of bread and delivering sophisticated culinary masterpieces that showcase their own brilliant palettes.
Toast invites home cooks to join the ranks of renowned chefs in their experiments and even brings some of their recipes to life with contributions by 8 celebrity chefs including Hugh Acheson (Top Chef), Deb Perelman (The Smitten Kitchen), Fergus Henderson (St. John) and more.
"Deliciously toasty takes on dessert that are serious standouts” —Vogue.com
"Pelzel approaches a humble slice of bread as the ultimate canvas for culinary creativity" —Andrew Zimmern
Dimensions: 24.5 x 17.2cm
Pages: 120 pp & 50 Colour Illustrations
Author: Raquel Pelize, Phaidon