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Chelsea Market Makers - Recipes Tips and Techniques from the Artisans of New York's Premier Food Hall - cover

Chelsea Market Makers - Recipes Tips and Techniques from the Artisans of New York's Premier Food Hall

Michael Phillips, Cree LeFavour

Publisher: ABRAMS

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Discover the secrets of New York’s legendary Chelsea Market, with a behind-the-scenes look at its famous chefs, grocers, butchers, and cheese mongers.   Fruit stands, fish mongers, doughnuts just out of the fryer—New York’s Chelsea Market is a paradise of flavors, smells, sights, and sounds. With Chelsea Market Makers, Michael Phillips and Cree LeFavour take readers on a rare guided tour behind the stalls to dish with chefs, grocers, butchers, cheese mongers, and more about their methods, recipes, and expertise.   You’ll learn how to make a sourdough starter with Amy’s Bread, artisanal cheese from Lucy’s Whey, Mokbar’s famous kimchi, and other delectable staples to fill the fridge and pantry. Organized alphabetically by subject, Chelsea Market Makers features more than seventy-five methods and recipes for signature market dishes, including Sarabeth’s Rustic Apple Streusel Pie, Dickson’s famous roast chicken, and unbelievable doughnuts from the Doughnuttery.   With these tips, secrets, and recipes, you’ll be ready to turn your own kitchen into an eclectic, irresistible culinary bazaar.  

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