Fresh From Seattle: Recipes from the City’s Best Chefs

Fresh From Seattle: Recipes from the City’s Best Chefs

By 2DaysInSeattle.com

  • Release Date: 2013-10-08
  • Genre: Cookbooks, Food & Wine
Score: 4.5
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Description

From salmon with grilled shiitake relish to strawberry and red wine soup, Seattle’s culinary scene is as wonderfully diverse as the city itself. And now you can bring home the taste of the Pacific Northwest with Fresh From Seattle, featuring 26 recipes from 12 of the city’s most accomplished chefs, including world-renowned celebrity chefs Tom Douglas, Maria Hines and Thierry Rautureau (Chef in the Hat™). 

Inside you’ll find popular dishes from the chefs’ award-winning restaurants as well as original recipes created just for this book. Contents include:

• 26 delicious recipes, from main courses to salads, desserts and signature cocktails.
• 12 interactive ingredient photos with food history, cooking tips, storage suggestions and more. 
• Detailed chef bios from the chefs themselves
• Celebrity chefs’ favorite Seattle foodie destinations 
• Kitchen tips and tricks straight from the chefs
• One-touch reservation links for restaurants

And it’s completely free. To see even more of Seattle’s culinary scene through photos and Tweets from actual visitors, go to 2DaysInSeattle.com. 

Happy cooking and bon appetit! 

Reviews

  • Won't download on iPad

    1
    By Rwhfly
    Doesn't work on iPad.
  • Interactive and tasty!

    5
    By Susie15748
    This cookbook combines some really fantastic recipes with fun anecdotes. Many of these chefs have been featured before (some of them many times) but the dishes and stories in here are fresh and new. The restaurant and bar suggestions from each chef are diverse and interesting. The photography is stellar and I love the pop-up descriptions and links!
  • Tasty NW

    5
    By dvanwyck
    The clam and sausage soup is amazing
  • Om Nom Nom!

    5
    By Calvin Grover
    This is an awesome cookbook, I really like the salmon dishes!

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