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by Michael Bauer

  • ISBN: 0811827232
  • Author: Michael Bauer
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  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 352
  • Publisher: Chronicle Books (April 27, 2000)
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  • Category: Cooking
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The San Francisco Bay Area and neighboring Wine Country are home to some of the world's finest restaurants. Ever wished you could recreate one of these fabulous restaurants' dishes in your own kitchen? Michael Bauer.

The San Francisco Bay Area and neighboring Wine Country are home to some of the world's finest restaurants.

Originally from San Francisco, I was raised in the Bay Area with a solid appreciation of fine food. One person found this helpful. The recipes are easy to follow and taste sublime.

Michael Bauer, esteemed food critic for the San Francisco Chronicle, has spent years twisting the arms of the Bay Area's best chef's for the secrets to their signature dishes. Now they're all collected in The Secrets of Success Cookbook. Filled with anecdotes, insider tips and techniques, plus over 300 great recipes from all over the Bay Area, this must-have book will help you dazzle your dinner guests from the first course to the last.

Michael Bauer, esteemed food critic for the San Francisco Chronicle, has spent years twisting the arms of the Bay Area's best chef's for the secrets to their signature The San Francisco Bay Area and neighboring Wine Country are home to some of the world's finest restaurants. Ever wished you could recreate one of these fabulous restaurants' dishes in your own kitchen? Michael Bauer, esteemed food critic for the San Francisco Chronicle, has spent years twisting the arms of the Bay Area's best chef's for the secrets to their signature dishes

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So I look forward to trying out some of these new recipes. The are called 'old man' long beans because the long beans are wrinkled like the skin of an old man.

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Comments (7)

Kirizan
Everything I've tried in this cookbook has been great. I lived in the Bay Area for quite a while and I miss many of the restaurants. This cookbook lets me enjoy some of the great food I had in San Francisco without buying a plane ticket.
Especially tasty have been: Pan-Seared Hailbut with Leek and Pernod Sauce, Pork Braised in Milk and Herbs, Garlic Chicken, and my all-time favorte rib recipe Baby Back Ribs with Ginger-Soy Glaze.
I've learned a lot from the recipes in this book. The "Secrets of Success" sidebars are really helpful. For example, I learned that cooking ribs three times -- steaming, baking, then grilling--makes the ribs incredbily tender and juicy.
I don't quite understand the other reviewers' objections to the ingredients. Is it really that hard to get items like saffron, Pernod, or soft goat cheese outside of major cities? This book's recipes don't require many ingredients more exotic than these. And yes, there is a recipe for tongue salad, but there are also over a dozen recipes for chicken.
This cookbook doesn't just sit on the shelf, I'm regularly trying new recipes and almost all of them have been successes. I might even try the Liver and Onions with Apples.
Rocksmith
Originally from San Francisco, I was raised in the Bay Area with a solid appreciation of fine food. It's wonderful to live elsewhere now and continue to explore the many wonderful recipes available to me in this book featuring San Francisco's best chefs and restaurants. The recipes are easy to follow and taste sublime.
Nagor
Bought it twice loved it so much
Vivados
Excellent book.not for a beginner, great for the seasoned chef
Ndlaitha
I like the fact that all recipes have been adapted and tested for the home cook. Tha secret to success boxes are fun and informative on each recipe! And who doesn't love San Francisco for food!
nadness
Great job. Thank you. Try all. You will be happy and satisfied. As a San Francisco resident for over thirty years, I have been blessed with enjoying the wealth of this wonderful city. But it, Cook it. Enjoy it.
Fato
Lots of good tips included in this book. I can't wait to try the Yellow Curry Prawns. Made the crispy breadsticks (several of our own seasonings as well) and everyone loved them.
Bauer has a great nose for tracking down outstanding dishes and coaxing the recipes out of the chefs. The several recipes that I have tried have been great.

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