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Steak with Friends - At Home with Rick Tramonto - cover

Steak with Friends - At Home with Rick Tramonto

Mary Goodbody, Rick Tramonto

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLC

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“Rick Tramonto's seventh cookbook . . . takes you inside the north suburban Chicago home of the executive chef/partner of Tru and Tramonto's Steak & Seafood.”(Publishers Weekly)   With Steak with Friends, James Beard award winning chef and noted cookbook author Rick Tramonto personally invites readers into his home to share a dazzling array of 150 steak and seafood recipes with all the trimmings.  Placing special emphasis on choosing and preparing steaks, Rick provides beef and temperature charts, drink recipes, and even suggestions for what music to play while you cook. These sophisticated yet simple-to-prepare recipes show home cooks how to reproduce the flavors and great steakhouse food from Rick's steak and seafood restaurants in the Chicago area.   With recipes geared toward home chefs in an easy-to-read format and accented with warm photography of Rick and his family, Steak with Friends is for anyone who loves grilling or cooking at home with friends and family.    “Tramonto's seventh book showcases steak and the “friends” (sauces, glazes, and side dishes) that complement it. Readers can feast their eyes on full page close-ups of finished dishes like grilled T-bone steaks alongside a bright green streak of pesto as well as smaller photos highlighting the cooking process. Pictures of Tramonto shopping, cooking, eating, and relaxing with friends and family make it easy to imagine what it might be like to spend an afternoon with the famous Chicago restaurateur.” —Library Journal   “A couple of porterhouse steaks grilled to medium-rare and topped with a Gorgonzola crust rendered us speechless with delight” —Chicago Sun-Times
Available since: 09/14/2010.
Print length: 390 pages.

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