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What cookbook is glued to your hands right now?

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Got the new Noma cookbook with Rene Redzepi's notes, so good. What are ya'll reading?

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Mine is Peter Reinharts "the bread bakers apprentice". All about the art of artisan bread. I love bread. Wish I had more time. My dream is to open n artisan bread spot one day. Need to find the right area/market.
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Mine is Peter Reinharts "the bread bakers apprentice". All about the art of artisan bread. I love bread. Wish I had more time. My dream is to open n artisan bread spot one day. Need to find the right area/market.

My buddy got me that one for the holidays. Great book. The Rich Man's Brioche is ridiculous. Tastes like gluttony. 

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So good. My favorite is the peasant bread on the cover. Can't remember the name but it's one of the most ridiculous things I've tasted. It's like a 4 day process but well worth it.
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Originally Posted by mise View Post
 

Got the new Noma cookbook with Rene Redzepi's notes, so good. What are ya'll reading?

absolutely agree im happy to see one you can actually use. I will be dropping mine off this week to be signed. 

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I went a bit crazy buying books lately the pile im going through are Quay, Farviken, mathias dahlgren, alinea, momofuku, murgaritz and the noma books. 

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Anthony Bourdain's Les Halles……..aside from that, james peterson's sauces, michel roux jr The french kitchen

 

I too, have reinharts books.

another great recommendation is Daniel Leader's books (bread alone and local breads) if you like artisan and sourdough.

 

hmmm another great topic would be what are your fav books / what do chefs collect LOL


Edited by Soesje - 3/3/14 at 11:30am
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I went a bit crazy buying books lately the pile im going through are Quay, Farviken, mathias dahlgren, alinea, momofuku, murgaritz and the noma books. 

Yea I did the same. How is Faviken? 

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faviken is great. i like a lot  of his philosophy and styles its really interesting to see someone going so fat to classic cooking from their region. 

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