From Scratch: 10 Meals, 175 Recipes, and Dozens of Techniques You Will Use Over and Over

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Harry N. Abrams
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8.4 X 10.2 X 1.4 inches | 3.76 pounds

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About the Author

Michael Ruhlman is the author of critically acclaimed books including Grocery, The Soul of a Chef, The Elements of Cooking, Ratio, and Ruhlman's Twenty. He has collaborated on several bestselling cookbooks, including The French Laundry Cookbook, Bouchon, and Alinea. He divides his time between Providence, Rhode Island, and New York City.


"I love this book!! Michael Ruhlman is a genius cook and teacher. I love his voice, his recipes, his tips, and the way he makes great cooking totally accessible. Through the recipes for 10 classic meals, he covers how to cook almost anything. From Scratch inspires me to be a better cook and I know you'll feel the same way I do!"--Ina Garten, Barefoot Contessa cookbooks & television
"Like a master chef clarifying a murky stock into a crystal-clear consommé, Ruhlman detangles the complex web of technique, myth, and folklore that is cooking. With From Scratch, he embeds lessons in the context of things you really want to eat, and he shows how understanding one recipe really well can open the door to dozens of others. The lessons are set up in such a way that you can decide exactly how deep a dive you want to take, though with a guide like Ruhlman at your side, that's most likely a mouth-first leap straight into the deep end."--J. Kenji López-Alt, author of The Food Lab: Better Home Cooking Through Science
"One of the greatest pleasures of cooking with Michael Ruhlman's new book, From Scratch, is the ease with which it fits into your life. Ruhlman covers only ten meals, but he explores each one from several angles, starting with the simplest methods possible all the way to the most complex, showing readers that there are no straight lines (or absolutes) when it comes to cooking, only finding the way that is most enjoyable to you. Call it an anti-instruction manual if you will; his purpose is not to tell you how a certain dish must be created--whether it's lasagna or bread pudding--but rather to give you the tools and options to do it however you want. There is no benchmark to meet and no intimidation (but there is a meditation on potatoes); he's like a good friend joining you in the kitchen, and this book will certainly become the home cook's trusted companion." --Thomas Keller, Chef/Proprietor, The French Laundry