Two of America’s top culinary talents share ingenious new recipes for our favorite ingredients in two small-format, single-focus cookbooks (a perfect small host or hostess gift or to fit in a cook’s stocking!). Paris Cordon Bleu grad and food show contributor Katie Quinn turns up the volume for the much-loved avocado. Recipes include essentials, such as avocado-baked eggs and avocado fries with spicy mayo, as well as delectable new surprises—coconut curried avocado noodles, avocado guava hand- pies, and black sesame cupcakes with avocado cream cheese frosting. Food writer, recipe developer, and co-author of eight cookbooks, Jessica Battilana, coaxes sunny, bright flavor from each kernel of corn all year long. Battilana will turn you into a corn connoisseur with her corn risotto and fritter recipes, along with the surprisingly delicious sweet corn ice cream with blueberry ripple!
Size: 4.5" x 7.5"
Author: Corn Recipe Book: Jessica Battilana, Avocado Recipe Book: Katie Quinn
Number of Pages: 48
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Jessica Battilana is a writer, cook and recipe developer. Her first cookbook collaboration, with chef Charles Phan, won an IACP award in the Chef/Restaurant category; she has since worked on cookbooks with baker Chad Robertson and butcher Ryan Farr. Collaboration with a candlemaker is pending. Jessica’s writing and recipes have appeared in myriad publications, including Sunset, Gastronomica, Martha Stewart Living and The Wall Street Journal. She lives in San Francisco with her wife and two boys, with whom she shares a deep love of ice cream. Learn more about Jessica at jessicabattilana.com.
Katie Quinn is a food video journalist based in Brooklyn, New York. She produces, shoots, edits and hosts food and travel videos for her YouTube channel, QKatie. She graduated from Le Cordon Bleu culinary school in Paris. Oh, and one time she was in a Rob Thomas music video. She contributes to outlets such as Tastemade, Great Big Story, CNN, Serious Eats and Food52. You may also have seen her on The Today Show or competing on Chopped. The two things she can’t live without are yoga and avocados. This is her first cookbook!