'In My Kitchen' is a chatty, thoughtful delight
Madison isn't too caught up with appliances because her own kitchen is small. She likes a pressure cooker, a blender and a mixer, but you might prefer to add in a slow-cooker or a food processor. It all depends on what and how you like to cook
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(10 Speed Press, $32. 50). “In My Kitchen: A Collection of New and Favorite Vegetarian Recipes” by Deborah Madison is a delight. She cooks, she chats, she shares, mentioning a favorite cookbook, a favorite ingredient, a favorite meal. Madison likes to feed people, so why not spread that joy. Get your children involved in the kitchen to teach them a most useful skill that will bring pleasure and satisfaction for the rest of their lives. These recipes are a good place to start. Madison isn’t too caught up with appliances because her own kitchen is small. She likes a pressure cooker, a blender and a mixer, but you might prefer to add in a slow-cooker or a food processor. It all depends on what and how you like to cook. Consider simplifying your cooking repertoire, making fewer things very well. Thoughtful is a good description of “In My Kitchen. ” Madison is thoughtful about choosing ingredients and planning meals. Is it the most flavorful one. What pantry/freezer items will make cooking easier without sacrificing taste. The recipes are in alphabetical order, from artichoke and scallion sauté over garlic-rubbed toast to zucchini pancakes with feta and dill. A Gorgonzola-sauced pasta recipe follows one for pasta with caramelized onions, rosemary and crushed roasted walnuts, and it precedes one for peaches and nectarines in lemon verbena syrup, neither of which should be missed, which is my feeling... The color photographs show Madison’s kitchen and garden, vegetables and fruits, and finished dishes. and a round of breakfast bread with rosemary, lemon and pine nuts with one slice missing — will make you want to cook and share these recipes. A too-easy recipe for pasta with blue cheese, which she says to follow with a good green salad, is a prime example of Madison’s recipes. The introduction explains that this dish is based on one she hadn’t made in years from her book, “The Savory Way. ” This version came about when looking at a holiday season’s leftovers of Gorgonzola, special butter and cream. The ease of preparation is surprising in a dish so flavorful, so elegant, so satisfying, that it is as worthy of a company meal in the dining room as it is a solitary meal on a kitchen stool. That’s Madison’s cooking in a nutshell: take inspiration from what you have, use the best ingredients, cook them thoughtfully, and enjoy them happily. Pasta with Gorgonzola. 6 ounces dried pasta, whatever shape you like, or fettuccine. 4 ounces Gorgonzola, crumbled in large pieces. 2 tablespoons butter, cut in pieces. Bring a large pot of water to a boil for the pasta. While it is heating, set a bowl large enough to hold the cooked pasta over the pot and add the garlic, cheese, butter, and cream. As the water heats, everything will become warm and soft. Remove the bowl when the water comes to a boil. Add plenty of salt to the pot, then the pasta, and give it a stir. Cook until the pasta is as done as you like it, then scoop it out and add it directly to the bowl. The heat of the pasta will melt any lumps of cheese that haven’t melted yet. Toss everything together with freshly cracked pepper, and transfer to warm pasta plates. Grate a little Parmigiano-Reggiano over each plate and serve.
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