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Four Kitchens by Colin Fassnidge
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Four Kitchens

by Colin Fassnidge

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0857982346, Hardcover)

With the help of this cookbook, even the most humble meal can be transformed into restaurant-quality cuisine

Chef and restaurateur Colin Fassnidge leapt to prominence Down Under as the outspoken Irishman on Australian reality show My Kitchen Rules. His first book is an extension of what he's created in his restaurants, The Four in Hand and 4Fourteen. An introduction for each section provides insight into Colin's own inspiration, offers advice, and shares secrets to turn the modest home-cooked meal into impressive restaurant fare. The style of food is predominantly drawn from 4Fourteen, an all-day "Eating House" and bar, with an emphasis on share food, from small plates to whole animals. Includes dual measurements.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:06:57 -0400)

With the help of this cookbook, even the most humble meal can be transformed into restaurant-quality cuisineChef and restaurateur Colin Fassnidge leapt to prominence Down Under as the outspoken Irishman on Australian reality show "My Kitchen Rules." His first book is an extension of what he's created in his restaurants, The Four in Hand and 4Fourteen. An introduction for each section provides insight into Colin's own inspiration, offers advice, and shares secrets to turn the modest home-cooked meal into impressive restaurant fare. The style of food is predominantly drawn from 4Fourteen, an all-day "Eating House" and bar, with an emphasis on share food, from small plates to whole animals. Includes dual measurements.… (more)

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