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The San Francisco Chronicle Cookbook

The San Francisco Chronicle Cookbook

Edited by Michael Bauer,and Fran Irwin


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San Francisco is world-renowned for its chefs and restaurants, and the acclaimed food section of the San Francisco Chronicle is widely acknowledged to be one of the best food sections in the country. Regular contributors include some of the finest chefs and food writers anywhere, among them Joyce Goldstein, Flo Braker, Alice Waters, Jeremiah Tower, Marlena Spieler, Janet Fletcher, and Georgeanne Brennan. Michael Bauer, the food editor of the Chronicle, has assembled here a definitive collection of recipes that represent the best of California cuisine—simple and stylish, with an appreciation for ethnic flavorings and a commitment to fresh ingredients. Including 325 recipes, for soups, salads, appetizers, meat and vegetable entrees, condiments and relishes, as well as desserts, this inspiring new cookbook is sure to take its place with The New York Times Cookbook as an indispensable and beloved classic.

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Size: 8 x 9-1/4 in;
Pages: 448 pp;
100 Two-Color Illustrations
Format: Paperback
Publication: February 1997
ISBN: 9780811814454
ISBN10: 811814459
Michael Bauer has been a food journalist for more than 15 years and has been the editor of the San Francisco Chronicle food section for 10 years.

Fran Irwin has worked for the San Francisco Chronicle since 1977 and is an editor in the food section.