Good Food, Good Life: 130 Simple Recipes You'll Love to Make and Eat

Category: Book
By (author): Stone, Curtis
Subject:  COOKING / Courses & Dishes / General
  COOKING / General
  COOKING / Methods / Quick & Easy
  COOKING / Regional & Ethnic / American / General
Publisher: Appetite by Random House
Published: March 2015
Format: Book-hardcover
Pages: 304
Size: 10.28in x 8.22in x 1.20in
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From The Publisher*Popular food and television personality Curtis Stone brings ease to the kitchen by elevating everyday meals to an experience that can be enjoyed as much for the process as for the beautiful end result.
     Curtis Stone shares 120 recipes for quick, modern versions of classic dishes that will appeal to the whole family. Effortlessly, he delivers solutions to people who want to eat healthy, interesting meals that don't take all day to cook. This book shows that fast recipes don't have to feel hurried or rushed, and encourages people to take pleasure in the process of cooking at home. Recipes include Butternut Squash with Sage Brown Butter, Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Alabama BBQ Sauce and Asparagus, Potato-Zucchini Enchiladas with Habanero Salsa. Curtis Stone's natural style in the kitchen inspires readers to connect with the textures, sounds, smells, and tastes that make up the culinary journey.
Review Quote*Praise for Curtis Stone: 

   • "Curtis Stone loves to cook...Unlike so many chefs, cooking's not a job to him. It's a joy. And you feel that every time he slips behind a stove." --Ruth Reichl
Biographical NoteCurtis Stone is an internationally-known chef, New York Times bestselling author, award-winning restaurateur and TV host. Born in Melbourne, Australia, Curtis first found his passion for food while watching his grandmother, Maude, make her legendary fudge. Curtis honed his skills in the UK under legendary three-star Michelin genius, Marco Pierre White, and while living in London, he appeared in several U.K. cooking shows before catching the eye of television producers in Australia and the U.S. Curtis opened his first solo restaurant Maude (named after his grandmother) in Beverly Hills in February 2014.