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  • Hardcover
  • 400
  • Alinea author Grant Achatz
  • Grant Achatz
  • English
  • 13 August 2019
  • 9781580089289

10 thoughts on “Alinea author Grant Achatz

  1. says:

    My attempt at reproducing Alinea's Surf Clam dish I made some replacements I used a scallop mustard seed cress for the soup and a watercress leaf as a bed for the scallop and garnished with baby coriander

  2. says:

    Besides the El Bulli books by Ferran Adria which are hard to come buy and very expensive this is the first real cookbook dealing with molecular gastronomy by a well known chef The recipes are precise and easy to follow although finding some of the ingredients and euipment is going to be hard for a home chef Achatz and company demystify MG cooking and show that it's really not that different from traditional cookingThe e

  3. says:

    As a foodie who is interested in rustic foodways I'm almost offended by molecular gastronomy Why? Why? is my attitude Nevertheless this is recommended for the essays on how to think about food flavor combinations and also for the fabulous photography Lots of ideas for food presentation and style in here even if you never try the r

  4. says:

    As a coffee table book Lara Kaster's photographs are some of the most stunning food photography I've ever seen A

  5. says:

    Loved this one The recipes are basically worthless due to the high end ingredients and tools not to mention techniues But this may be the closest I get to actually ever eating there all the food looks amazing Maybe I can make it if

  6. says:

    Comprehensive and fantastic one of the best out there

  7. says:

    i'm someone whose basic knowledge of the subject is one recipe with just three ingredients a pinch of bar a dash of ba and a smidge of

  8. says:

    Oh boy Where to go with this one It's gorgeous It really is It's a beautifully photographed book It's laid out professionally and it's simply stunning to flip through and look at the pictures The narrative is interesting and well written both Achatz' autobiographical stuff and the history of his restaurant Alinea It does

  9. says:

    For being a beautiful coffee table book of food porn this book gets five stars Its lovely to see the large scale photographs of the restaurant and gorgeous foodBut as for the practicalDIY aspect of the book whic

  10. says:

    I almost wanted to add this book to my Art Fantasy and Science Fiction Goodreads shelves but restrained myself B

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Alinea author Grant Achatz

The debut cookbook from the restaurant Gourmet magazine named the best in the countryA pioneer in American cuisine chef Grant Achatz represents the best of the molecular gastronomy movement brilliant fundamentals and exuisite taste paired with a groundbreaking approach to new techniues and euipment ALINEA showcases Achatz's cuisine with than 100 dishes totaling 600 recipes and 600 photographs presented in a deluxe volume Three feature pieces frame the book Michael Ruhlman considers Alinea's role in the global dining scene Jeffrey Steingarten offers his distinctive take on dining at the restaurant and Mark McClusky explores the role of technology in the Alinea kitchen Buyers of the book will receive access to a website featuring video demonstrations interviews and an online forum that allows readers to interact with Achatz and his team Achatz is something new on the na. As a foodie who is interested in rustic foodways I m almost offended by molecular gastronomy Why Why is my attitude Nevertheless this is recommended for the essays on how to think about food flavor combinations and also for the fabulous photography Lots of ideas for food presentation and style in here even if you never try the recipes Plus Grant Achatz is a Chicago Hero It would make a great gift for any food snob and it is a high uality product which is getting to be unusual in cookbook publication

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Tional culinary landscape a chef as ambitious as Thomas Keller who wants to make his mark not with perfection but with constant innovation Get close enough to sit down and allow yourself to be teased challenged and coddled by Achatz's version of this kind of cooking and you can have one of the most enjoyable culinary adventures of your life Corby Kummer senior editor of Atlantic MonthlySomeone new has entered the arena His name is Grant Achatz and he is redefining the American restaurant once again for an entirely new generation Alinea is in perpetual motion; having eaten here once you can't wait to come back to see what Achatz will come up with next GourmetReviews AwardsJames Beard Foundation Cookbook Award Finalist Cooking from a professional Point of View Category  James Beard Foundation Outstanding Chef Award Even if your kitchen isn't euipped with a paint strip. Loved this one The recipes are basically worthless due to the high end ingredients and tools not to mention techniues But this may be the closest I get to actually ever eating there all the food looks amazing Maybe I can make it if I save up for the next 3 years and he doesn t close

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Ping heat gun thermocirculator or refractometer and you're only vaguely aware that chefs use siphons and foams in contemporary cooking you can enjoy this daring cookbook from Grant Achatz of the Chicago restaurant Alinea While the recipes can hardly become part of your everday cooking this book is far too interesting to be left on the coffee table As you read a uestion emerges Is Alinea's food art I go a little further describing Achatz with a word that he would probably never use to describe himself avant garde as it defined art movements at the beginning of the last century planned self concious and structured attempts to provoke and shake the status uo Just as with those artists the results are not necessarily as interesting as the intentions and concepts behind them In this sense this volume constitutes a full blown although not threatening manifesto Art of Eating. Oh boy Where to go with this one It s gorgeous It really is It s a beautifully photographed book It s laid out professionally and it s simply stunning to flip through and look at the pictures The narrative is interesting and well written both Achatz autobiographical stuff and the history of his restaurant Alinea It does get a bit hmmm whiny at times as he indulges in a sort of poor me about how badly he was treated as an up and coming cook starting out relatively young He manages to badmouth a few icons of the food world along the way Haven t we had enough of chef autobiographies telling us how hard it is to come up through the ranks how there were chefs who were meanies that yelled at them and made them chop onions or peel potatoes instead of promoting them to second in command at age 15 when all anyone had to do was look at them and know that they were destined for greatness We got it Both those of us in the industry and those outside it Working in restaurant kitchens ain t a picnic and you gotta earn your chops Back to the book the recipes and there are many are carefully written out and thought out though for the majority of readers including myself they re pretty much non starters as they involve euipment and processes that most of us will simply never bother with I realize that the book isn t an attempt to teach how to cook modernist food at home it s the way they do things in the restaurant so I can t fault him for that and I don t count it against the uality of the book At the same time that sort of relegates the book to a pretty coffee table ornament


About the Author: Grant Achatz

Grant Achatz is the multiple award winning chef and owner of Alinea in Chicago He has written for Gourmet and The New York Times Diner’s Journal and is a columnist for The Atlantic’s Food Channel He lives in Chicago with his girlfriend and two sons Kaden and KellerFor information please see