I’m sharing this terrific post from the Cookbook Confidential Cookbook Club!
Hi there, In the 1970s a cookbook was born that captured the world’s flavors in a new way. It was called the Moosewood Cookbook, revolutionizing how people cooked. The Moosewood Cookbook was written in 1977 by an artist and self-taught cook Mollie Katzen. See the whole story here:
COOKBOOK CONFIDENTIAL COOKBOOK CLUB — New Classic Recipe
I love Ratatouille…in fact, I made Chef Thomas Keller’s iconic recipe that was shown in this terrific film:
This is a classic dish to wow your guests – here’s what it looks like when finished:
You can see the entire recipe here:
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Wow, your Ratatoui presentation is phenomenal. Thanks for recommending Cookbook Confidential Cookbook Reviews.
I’m not really a fan, as I don’t like Courgettes. But it looks great on the plate! 🙂
(Or in the bowl)
Best wishes, Pete.
Looks delicious I love a good ratatouille 🙂
Thanks for sharing, John.