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Manhattan Chili Co Southwest-American Cookbook: A Spicy Pot of Chiles, Fixins', and Other Regional Favorites ebook

by Michael McLaughlin


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McLaughlin (coauthor of The Silver Palate Cookbook, co-owner and chef at the Manhattan Chili Co. .of The Silver Palate Cookbook reveals his secrets for cooking 65 hearty chilies, Tex-Mex main dishes, their fixings, and their desserts, as served in his New York restaurant. restaurant in New York City, offers 10 hearty chili recipes that reflect "widely differing philosophical approaches": . Numero Uno (the slightly sweet taste of pork, tomato juice and cinnamon is offset by garlic), the Real McCoy (beanless, tomatoless, classic Texas chili), green chili with pork (from.

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The Manhattan Chili Co. Southwest-American Cookbook : A Spicy Pot of Chiles, Fixins', and Other Regional .

by Michael McLaughlin. The coauthor of The Silver Palate Cookbook reveals his secrets for cooking 65 hearty chilies, Tex-Mex main dishes, their fixings, and their desserts, as served in his New York restaurant.

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December 12, 1988, Crown.

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The coauthor of The Silver Palate Cookbook reveals his secrets for cooking 65 hearty chilies, Tex-Mex main dishes, their fixings, and their desserts, as served in his New York restaurant.
Flas
I liked going to the Broadway restaurant and was glad when they reopened in Grand Central. Michael McLaughlin's recipes are still in use there, but with the book somehow the chili comes out even better at home, maybe because for the chocolate for Numero Uno I used French cocoa powder. A major talent and it's a pity he died a while ago. Very entertaining to read, too.
Unnis
As a real Texan and serious chili cook,
I was skeptical when I saw the sign for the Manhattan Chili Co. in Grand Central, but I had to try it out and I was shocked: it was excellent. This book is a bit dated but if you're looking for ideas for variations on standard fare or recipes for non-Texan chilis this is a great place to start. I made the Colorado pork chili and changed it up a bit (much more oregano, salt, and a few cans of Rotel) and it was fantastic.
Uttegirazu
I found, and made, the chili of my childhood in this little gem. What a hoot. Plan to try many more. Love the wings recipes. And the green sauce to go with.
Xor
I can do no better than the bookseller through whom Amazon.com sold me this priceless rendition of the Chili Company's published menu: .... "With over sixty-five (65) full-course meal essentials. This is real food that is respected, repeatedly tested, and often brought to heights [of excellence] that more pretentious American chefs would never dream possible." .... For chocolate-lovers, the formula that Michael McLaughlin adopted for his restaurant's dessert menu by way of Craig Claiborne of the New York Times Food Section -- that being the Southern classic entitled "Mississippi Mud" -- is worth the price of admission alone.
Amis
I had an original signed copy of this book in the 80s as i was an employee of The Manhattan Chili Co. on 7th ave. south and Bleeker street in the Village in NYC.I lost the book and got another one on Amazon. Its a great book with easy to follow recipes and Amazon made this purchase simple as pie.
POFOD
I bought this book, because my neighbor had this book, and I wanted to try out a few new chili recipes, so she let me borrow her copy. There is WAY more than just recipes in here...how to's and tips on a better sauce and types of ingredients, etc. And, in addition to various traditional chili recipes, there is a lot of non-traditional recipes, as well as random things like desserts. I kept it for about a month before I figured I should buy my own and return my neighbor's copy...
Xisyaco
My wife loves cookbooks, this one hits the mark.
The restaurant may be gone but this cookbook still provides some of the best recipes I've ever used for chili of all kinds. The tip to throw in a shot of espresso and a chunk of bitter chocolate are brilliant! You'll win contests with these recipes.
Manhattan Chili Co Southwest-American Cookbook: A Spicy Pot of Chiles, Fixins', and Other Regional Favorites ebook
Author:
Michael McLaughlin
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Crown; 1st edition (December 12, 1986)
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120 pages
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