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Kate Rowinski. My Perfect Pantry. Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. I mostly borrowed this book to check out Italian recipes, so was a bit disappointed to find so many labour-intensive artisanal fusion recipes that I would probably never make at home though they all look very delicious and would love to eat them at the restaurant. Will definitely try out the margherita pizza recipe sans wood-fired oven , though it can easily be found online. I would definitely try the restaurant, but pass on this cookbook Dec 17, Rachael rated it liked it.
My husband I took a pizza making class with the guys from Roberta's and we still use the same dough recipe on the same piece of paper years later on a fairly regular basis in the winter. Clearly I was excited to read this cookbook and expected more of the same- recipes that would become staples in our kitchen. I was disappointed that almost every recipe in here includes at least one ingredient that would be difficult to track down. Wild trout roe, shichimi togarashi and pig tails are just some My husband I took a pizza making class with the guys from Roberta's and we still use the same dough recipe on the same piece of paper years later on a fairly regular basis in the winter.
Wild trout roe, shichimi togarashi and pig tails are just some of the ingredients that I glanced at and these were listed in the veggie and pasta sections. Even though I ended up not making any of the recipes, I thought the story of Roberta's was one that was well told.
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It's an interesting look at how a neighborhood has changed and the highlight is the photos which nicely match the feel of the book. They are not beautiful or professionally shot- just regular people starting a restaurant, cooking food Overall a nice book, but I'm glad I got this out of the library and I may have to check it out again to make an attempt at the parsley cake. Dec 17, Manintheboat rated it it was amazing Shelves: , buy. The modified Queen Anne's Revenge flag on the cover drew me to this book, but the narrative tale of a punk rock pizza join kept me with it.
It's written like most of my ex boyfriends speak. Kind, quirky artists involved in a do-ocracy doing the best they can with what they love. I love the pirate radio station in the shipping container out back.
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I love that they built a greenhouse on the roof. I love that they had no gas or heat and your brought your own whiskey. I love the pizza oven I read the The modified Queen Anne's Revenge flag on the cover drew me to this book, but the narrative tale of a punk rock pizza join kept me with it. I love the pizza oven I read the large hardback. I don't know why you'd read this as an ebook, the photos and illustrations are too good.
If I wanted tattoos, I'd want one of the eyeball pizza. Apr 27, Sarah Payne rated it liked it Shelves: cookbooks. Winner of the Piglet, there is really only one or two recipes I want to try. The tips for making pizza are also solid. The rest of the book is variations on pizza, vegetable recipes and very complicated dessert recipes. I definitely want to try the pizza sauce and the pizza dough with sourdough starter. Good pizza recipe, although I'll stick to Jim Lahey's which is quite similar anyway.
Interesting info, art, and photos. The non-pizza dishes are great. Making the duck ragu soon. Purslane salad is basic but tasty. Anissa rated it really liked it Jan 21, Wendy Lestina rated it really liked it Nov 24, Judy rated it really liked it Apr 20, Kathy H rated it it was amazing Nov 06, Max Keller rated it it was amazing Dec 25, Paul rated it really liked it Jan 11, Natalie rated it it was amazing Apr 07, Herge2us rated it liked it Apr 21, Craig rated it it was amazing Oct 27, Liz Winn rated it liked it May 28,