Tyler Florence: Fresh (Hardcover)
Tyler turns ingredients into superstars in "Tyler Florence Fresh, "a new look at easy and sophisticated cuisine.
Tyler Florence shows off his bold side with a celebration of fresh everyday foods prepared in innovative and delicious ways. Using each fresh ingredient as a launching pad, Tyler builds innovative dishes flavor by flavor, showing you how to put easy-to-find ingredients to work in unexpected ways.
Tyler's approach is grounded in the alchemy of ingredients, giving each recipe a twist by casting an unexpectedly delicious ingredient as its superhero. For those ingredients that call out to be celebrated the first bunch of spring asparagus or the freshest scallops at the fish market Tyler's recipes are chances for each flavor to stand out. Ripe summer blueberries transform a frisee salad when tossed with whipped blue cheese and candied pecans; fresh basil makes for a delicious ice cream paired with honey, balsamic vinegar, and sliced figs; winter limes and oranges are a zesty side for smoke-roasted chicken. Contrast is key, as Tyler plays with sweet, sour, tangy, tart, and spicy flavors to surprise the palate. Once you ve tasted halibut with watermelon, peaches with prosciutto, and zucchini with grapefruit, you ll never look at your market the same way again.
Filled with recipes that will surprise and delight everyone at your table, "Tyler Florence Fresh" is Tyler's most showstopping, delicious book yet.
About the Author
Tyler Florence is a chef and television star of several Food Network shows, including How to Boil Water, Food 911, Tyler's Ultimate, and The Great Food Truck Race. Before joining the Food Network, he served as executive chef at the award-winning restaurant Cafeteria in New York City. He now owns two restaurants--Wayfare Tavern in San Francisco and El Paseo in Mill Valley--and a retail kitchen shop: Tyler Florence West Coast Kitchen Essentials in Mill Valley. He lives in Mill Valley, California, with his wife, three kids, two puppies, four chickens, and a beehive.