Dinner at Home

Un libro in lingua di Jeanmarie Brownson edito da Surrey Books, 2015

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Since 2007, the Chicago Tribune's JeanMarie Brownson has chronicled her life spent cooking—for work, for family, and just for fun—in a bimonthly column, featuring inventive and easy-to-make recipe ideas that readers adore. Now the best of her columns, recipes, and stories have been carefully hand-picked to create Brownson's newest cookbook,Dinner at Home: The Pleasure of Cooking for Family and Friends. Brownson, a Chicago native, shares 130 recipes she developed at home that are perfect for weekday family dinners as well as parties with friends and loved ones.

Brownson has long been a highly respected chef and food writer, from her time as theChicago Tribune's test kitchen director and associate food editor to her ongoing professional partnership with iconic Chicago chef Rick Bayless (Frontera Grill, Topolobampo, Xoco). Brownson is the culinary director for Frontera Foods, the Mexican foods company founded by Bayless and Manny Valdes, as well as for Frontera Media Productions, which produces the PBS TV show Mexico—One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless. She has also co-authored numerous cookbooks with Bayless, including the James Beard award-winning Mexico—One Plate at a Time.

For Brownson, cooking for friends and family ranks as one of life’s greatest pleasures, and her passion for creating unique, trustworthy, and approachable recipes is clear throughoutDinner at Home. Organized by course and complete with full-color photography, this book is a must-have for home cooks who love the time spent gathered around the table with friends, family, and reliably delicious meals.

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