Everything I Want to Eat: Sqirl and the New California Cooking
|Rating||:||4.60 (520 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||280 Pages|
Unfussy, playful, and shows great appreciation for the local community. Currently putting together my farmers market list as I flip through the recipes. (Looking at you, Braised Duck Legs with Dill Spatzle and Sauerkraut.)Overall - My main takeaway after sitting with this book is that the team who put it together probably had fun during the process. It's unfussy, playful, and shows great appreciation for the local community - the customers, staff, and farmers are featured as much as the recipes. Great vibe.Images - Really like the photography. The photos aren't overly styled and have a pop art feel. Though I always enjoy a beautifully lit bowl of food with just the right amount of natural light, the . Wow its crazy awesome Sqirl cookbook is here yeah!!!!! Wow its finally here! I am in Crispy Rice heaven. I don't have to drive all the way across town for that sweet sweet toast. The book is super beautifully designed, and has so much good vibage stuffed in there it is hard to believe.. Yummy! I just love Sqirl and I am so happy this cook book has finally arrived! I try to order something different every time I go visit and I have never been disappointed. Jessica Koslow is the queen of exceptionally tasty clean eating. I have already made the chickpeas and they are to die for! The directions are simple and easy to follow. Bravo!
People come into Sqirl and order dishes with all sorts of substitutions and modifications—hold the feta, please, add extra kale. Everything I Want to Eat captures the excitement of the food at Sqirl—think of a classic BLT sandwich turned playful with the substitution of chicken skin “bacon”—while also offering accessible recipes, like tangerine and rosewater semolina cake, that can be easily made in the home kitchen. So Koslow has had to constantly think about ways to modify dishes for certain diets, which in a way has made her a better, more adaptable cook. This is food whose time has come.” —Mark Bittman . Throughout this book, Koslow provides notes and thought bubbles that show how just about any dish can be modified for specific tastes and dietary needs, whether it needs to be gluten-free or vegan. Turns out that in her hands, breakfast and lunch are what people want to eat all da
"Jessica Koslow’s cooking is always in tune with the seasons and I admire her approach to food that is pure and beautiful. Everything I Want to Eat is a delightful cookbook that truly lives up to its title!"