Barefoot Contessa Back to Basics (2020)

Barefoot Contessa Back to Basics Ina Garten Quentin Bacon Barefoot Contessa Back to Basics NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERBarefoot Contessa Back to Basics is the essential Ina Garten cookbook focusing on the techniques behind her elegant food and easy entertaining style and offering nearly a
  • Title: Barefoot Contessa Back to Basics
  • Author: Ina Garten Quentin Bacon
  • ISBN: 9781400054350
  • Page: 329
  • Format: Hardcover
Barefoot Contessa Back to Basics Ina Garten Quentin Bacon 1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERBarefoot Contessa Back to Basics is the essential Ina Garten cookbook, focusing on the techniques behind her elegant food and easy entertaining style, and offering nearly a hundred brand new recipes that will become trusted favorites Ina Garten s bestselling cookbooks have con sistently provided accessible, subtly sophisticated recipes ranging 1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERBarefoot Contessa Back to Basics is the essential Ina Garten cookbook, focusing on the techniques behind her elegant food and easy entertaining style, and offering nearly a hundred brand new recipes that will become trusted favorites Ina Garten s bestselling cookbooks have con sistently provided accessible, subtly sophisticated recipes ranging from French classics made easy to delicious, simple home cooking In Barefoot Contessa Back to Basics, Ina truly breaks down her ideas on flavor, examining the ingredients and techniques that are the foundation of her easy, refined style Here Ina covers the essentials, from ten ways to boost the flavors of your ingredients to ten things not to serve at a party, as well as professional tips that make successful baking, cooking, and entertaining a breeze The recipes crowd pleasers like Lobster Corn Chowder, Tuscan Lemon Chicken, and Easy Sticky Buns demonstrate Ina s talent for transforming fresh, easy to find ingredients into elegant meals you can make without stress For longtime fans, Ina delivers new insights into her simple techniques for newcomers she provides a thorough master class on the basics of Barefoot Contessa cooking plus a QA section with answers to the questions people ask her all the time With full color photographs and invaluable cooking tips, Barefoot Contessa Back to Basics is an essential addition to the cherished library of Barefoot Contessa cookbooks.
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  1. El

    Unlike many of the Martha Stewart Living recipes I ve tried, you don t get halfway through a Barefoot Contessa recipe only to find that you were supposed to soak the pears for your cake or whatever in some liquor for three months last fall true story or something equally as ridiculous Who starts planning a recipe three months in advance excluding famous chefs and Stepford wives, that is I love the Barefoot Contessa cookbooks because Ina Garten s recipes are fairly easy while still maintaining th [...]

  2. Darlene

    First I will say I love cookbooks Secondly, Ina Garten has been a favorite of mine for so long now I can t even remember when I first saw her I watch her religiously on the Food Network channel whenever she s on This may sound odd, but for me she has a comforting nature When I watch her show I m just relaxed and really enjoying watching her putting together her recipes in that easy way that she has This latest cookbook of hers is fabulous First of all it s a beautiful book from the front cover t [...]

  3. A.M.

    I m not much of a cookbook person But when I use a cookbook, I want it to be just that a collection of recipes I am not interested in the page long descriptions of why cooking is so great, and how to buy ingredients, and anything else that the author feels like sharing So the 9 introductory pages could have been summarized a lot concisely.On the plus side, the photographs are beautiful, although it makes me feel this book is a coffee table book than a cookbook.The recipes all seem quite tasty [...]

  4. Tina Wright

    Many of these recipes are now staples in my menu planning They are all delicious, albeit too fattening to eat every day

  5. Sarah

    I checked out a bunch of her cookbooks and out of four of them I found maybe three recipes I would make They all looked delicious, but just for various reasons I probably won t be making most of them I sure enjoyed looking at all the pictures, though, and dreaming of eating her food I also read most of the text in each book One book maybe this one had an essay about how she only has the essential pans and not so many that she can t store them with their lids on The photo showed some Le Crueset s [...]

  6. Jen

    Okay, so I m a huge Ina Garten fan and was excited to try out some of these recipes A new Barefoot Contessa book always means taking out the battery of the smoke alarm near the kitchen because of all the smoke caused by roasting I m going to think of this one as the fennel and dill book because seriously, has she always used so much fresh fennel and dill I did not make any of the fennel or dill recipes but I am planting fennel this spring, so I ll have to revisit We made and my thoughts baked bl [...]

  7. Rachel

    I found a delicious potato salad recipe in this book so yummy, in fact, that I have to find it again I really like the style and the photos are gorgeous The layout is very clean and enticing, and Ina Garten s writing voice is warm and friendly I definitely want to add this to my permanent cookbook collection one day.

  8. tatiana

    I ve already tried a number of recipes in this book, but I m starting from scratch so to speak so I can fully enjoy all of the wonderful tips, anecdotes and lovely photographs from cover to cover.

  9. Joseph

    Ina comes across as very personable and genuine on food network sadly, however, this cookbook is just another celebrity cook money making gambit it does however have beautiful photography and is a triumph of form over substance some of the recipes are good, others well, you are better of checking youtube had a feeling this cookbook would be less than stellar, so bought it used glad i did, i wud have been upset had i paid full price

  10. LisaCarlson

    Author, culinary icon Ina Garten presents a beautiful palate of expertise common sense , elegance without complications and easy recipes with great photos which will enable anyone to become a wonderful cook While her process for making a turkey is not in this book I would recommend it and all it takes is finding the Google button Using her technique for the first time this past Thanksgiving the turkey I made was by far the most delicious one I have prepared Her recommendations with explanations [...]

  11. Gail

    I have the monthly mag Cooking Light to thank for my new found love of cooking And chopping And using fresh ingredients What I love about the mag is how its introduced me to cooking that incorporates fresh ingredients that make for the BEST meals but that it s also fairly simple stuff I mean, do I have ginger ALL the time in my fridge No, but I can easily buy it fresh As opposed to some chef s cookbook with like, dried eel.Nora Ephron Julie Julia recently dubbed this cookbook one of her faves fo [...]

  12. Creolecat

    Like most folks, I was introduced to Ms Garten via her Barefoot Contessa teevee show on the Food Network As I was collecting and still do French influenced cookbooks, I purchased Barefoot in Paris along with the companion travel journey , and fell further in love with her Ms Garten s latest offers a collection of savory recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner along with the cocktail hour and sections on soups, vegetables and desserts Each chapter is prefaced with tips like flavor enhancers and s [...]

  13. Terri

    made the garlic bread this weekend and it was wonderful minor changes i would suggest use 1 4 cup of olive oil instead of 1 2 cup, feel free to skip on the fresh oregano if not keen you get enough flavour from parsley and garlic and can prepare using a blender instead of food processor if you re like me and struggle with turing on your food processor note i also had to add a little olive oil in the blender for liquid i have a recipe for chicken stock that i ve been following for years because i [...]

  14. Lori

    I love this cookbook Barefoot Back to Basics has the same great narration by Ina Garten and wonderful recipes that you will easily make over again for family and company Back to basics is simply Ina s way of taking ordinary ingredients and cooking them or pairing them in a way that unlocks their true flavors A hint of lemon zest, a dash of cinnamon, a hint of basil etc Great appetizers include roasted shrimp cocktail, parmesan and thyme crackers and the bookclub favorite of pomegranite cosmopoli [...]

  15. Lindsey

    I do appreciate the simplicity of the Barefoot Contessa books This book seems designed to create company worthy food with a minimum of fuss and muss, and provides great entertaining tips, from cocktails to appetizers to the table setting and flower arranging Unlike some books which promise simple recipes and don t deliver, everything offered here is really feasible for just about anyone you can spend the day cleaning your house and still pull off these menus However, I find the taste doesn t alw [...]

  16. Lucyzoe

    Tonight I was watching an episode of Barefoot Contessa on FoodTv and I realized how much I enjoy learning from Ina Garten She s a no nonsense cook and a great teacher The episode included a recipe for chicken bouillabaisse with a rouille a garlicky mayonnaise I remembered I hadn t reviewed a few of her cookbooks and quickly scanned the index with the hope of finding the recipe for the bouillabaisse pg.111 It s a great recipe with layers of flavor.In another episode, celebrating a 40th anniversar [...]

  17. Jane

    Lots of wonderful wonderful recipes, ones that I ve forgotten about Serves as a great reminder.Ina s included some of my favorite dishes Sweet potato fries I tried this both roasted and fried Roasted is better Wild mushroom risotto I think of risotto as a side dish, but Ina places it as a main dinner dish which also works Yummy Coq au vin I will always think of this as the purple chicken dish Looks odd at first, but I promise it s very good A braised dish.I love the commentaries scattered betwee [...]

  18. Kate

    Quick, easy recipes that are easy to add to your rotation The title is perfect, because many of these recipes really are basic roasted carrots parsnips, pasta with just truffle butter, garlic bread with herbs most require few ingredients basic techniques If you have access to great produce meat etc and want them to shine in a dish, this is good book for you The photography is beautiful and the layout is simple and pretty Since there is one recipe per full page a full page photo alongside most re [...]

  19. Melinda

    I enjoyed this book because it contains so many of the recipes I d printed out from watching her show plus so many I love Ina s recipes because she uses regular ingredients you already have in your kitchen to produce fantastic results Also, love all the great baking, cooking, table setting tips throughout the book Her style of cooking is a direct line to my palette so I have made many, many of her recipes like the Baked Shrimp Scampi, her Italian Wedding Soup, and the Raisin Pecan Oatmeal Cooki [...]

  20. Gerry

    there are definitely some winners here i ve made her coq au vin and loved it parker s beef stew is, by far, the best beef stew that i have ever eaten in life only to come into rivalry with jamie oliver s guinness stew and there are certainly some things that i would like to try my problem with this one is that so many of the recipes are standard, with just the use of better ingredients, which has kind of been ina s mantra all along anyhow so i guess it just seems redundant granted, every book sh [...]

  21. Rebecca

    I ve made three recipes from this book in the last week and have found them all OUTSTANDING Tuscan Lemon Chicken, Pasta with Pecorino Pepper, and Orange Pecan Wild Rice I like Garten s non nonsense approach to cooking, relying on fresh, basic ingredients She has several wonderful lists in her book, including Top 10 Things NOT to serve at a Dinner Party and 10 no cook things to serve for Dessert Her recipes are well written, and include tips to fill in the blanks e.g HOW to toast pecans in a reci [...]

  22. Redbaies

    So once again my darling brother gave me this book.But I know how to cook Ah you may think so too, but this book is not the basic how to boil an egg as others have publishedbut a plethora of recipes many I did not know, but all of which or superbea must for all cooks I began to read and what a pleasure, her heart gones into these books and I always enjoy trying out a new recipeEven if you are a beginner cook I would suggest her books over any othere recipes are faultless and even if it does not [...]

  23. Kathryn Bashaar

    I heard this was a really good cookbook, but it is expensive so I thought I would borrow it from the library first Oh my On almost every page Al and I were saying, Oh, we have to try that, and Oh, we have to try that, too, so I just ordered it She offers nice tips, too, on planning menus, setting a nice table, arranging flowers, etc And I like her philosophy of cooking with a few good ingredients, preferably seasonal although not every recipe is simple and a few call for ingredients I ve never h [...]

  24. Lisa

    I made the grilled lemon chicken recipe and it was fantastic There is also a grilled pork recipe I am definitely going to try I also drooled over the fantastic photographs that made me want to cook all of it.That said this is a cookbook for special occasion cooking It has simple, delicious sounding recipes that are mostly easy to make The problem is that much of their deliciousness includes casually adding two sticks of butter and a container of creme fresh I will do so happily for a special occ [...]

  25. Amy

    I have a fabulous sister in law who never fails to amaze me with her fantastic cooking and recipes And the Barefoot Contessa is one of her favorites So when I saw this book sitting all by itself at the library yesterday, I had to pick it up And last night I sat in bed with a stack of post it notes and marked every delicious recipe that I wanted to try It is going to be a good day Come on over.

  26. Susan

    I think I have over 200 cookbooks now and this one is in my top ten You need to try the Parker s Beef Stew recipe and the Shrimp Scampi recipes for sure Marinating the beef in red wine 24 hours prior to cooking is just one of the wonderful layers of flavor in the Beef Stew The shrimp scampi is just so darn easy to make, it is great for company served with a homemade fettucini alfredo on the side Not the most calorie friendly meal but worth every bite

  27. Vanessa

    I like Ina Garten s cookbooks, but I don t usually end up actually making many of the recipes They are simple, with few ingredients and instructions that are clear and easy to follow, yet for some reason I can t usually picture myself adding them to my recipe rotation Maybe they are just too sophisticated for me I don t know Still, I would recommend her cookbooks I d describe her cooking style as fresh, simple, sophisticated, European, and focused on entertaining.

  28. Judi

    This is an excellent cookbook If you like basic dishes, that have been enhanced through different ways of cooking baking instead of frying, etc and lots of herbs and spices then this is the book for you I m loving cooking my way through it and have made several wonderful dishes already I guess I m done reading it and working on making lots of the dishes As Julia says Bon Apetite

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