By Rick Tramonto, Mary Goodbody
With Steak with Friends, celebrated chef and famous cookbook writer Rick Tramonto for my part invitations readers into his domestic to proportion a blinding array of one hundred fifty steak and seafood recipes with all of the trimmings.
In this cookbook, Rick areas exact emphasis on making a choice on and getting ready steaks, and offers pork and temperature charts, drink recipes, or even feedback for what track to play if you prepare dinner. those subtle but simple-to-prepare recipes exhibit domestic chefs how you can reproduce the flavors and nice steakhouse nutrients from Rick's steak and seafood eating places within the Chicago area.
With recipes aimed toward domestic cooks in an easy-to-read layout and accented with hot images of Rick and his relations, Steak with Friends is for somebody who loves grilling or cooking at domestic with buddies and family.
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