Make everyday meals something to celebrate with more than 100 recipes inspired by the Southern roots and Sunday suppers of Top Chef finalist Adrienne Cheatham's upbringing. "Adrienne channels so much joy and care into her delicious recipes, you can feel the warmth and knowledge on every page."--Gail Simmons At the core of chef Adrienne Cheatham's debut book is the deep sense that everyday moments should be appreciated, celebrated, and made special for those you love. In this stunning personal collection, Adrienne showcases her signature style of cooking, sharing more than 100 recipes that combine her family's Southern roots, her classical training in professional kitchens, and her distinct point of view, full of multicultural influences. Adrienne captures the culinary essence of "Sunday best" with fresh but familiar recipes that include a feast-worthy pork roast crusted with pecans, charred okra roasted with tomatoes and warm spices, skirt steak topped with chimichurri of sharp mustard greens, and Brussels sprouts tossed with a nutty brown butter. She also shares tips and methods for upgrading classic, staple recipes into a dish worth talking about, like a roasted chicken that gets incredibly deep flavor from a marinade made with stout and soy sauce or a split pea salad that suddenly feels special when tossed with a bacon-sherry vinegar glaze. Full of dishes that will soon be part of your own family's beloved repertoire, Sunday Best will help you celebrate home cooking every day of the week.
Author: Adrienne Cheatham Publisher: Clarkson Potter Publishers Published: 04/12/2022 Pages: 288 Binding Type: Hardcover Weight: 2.65lbs Size: 10.26h x 8.34w x 1.02d ISBN: 9780593233122
About the Author Adrienne Cheatham has held senior positions in some of the best kitchens in the country, including serving as executive sous chef at Le Bernardin and executive chef at Red Rooster. She competed on Season 15 of Top Chef, finishing in second place, has been featured as a speaker at Cherry Bombe Jubilee and was the subject of a New York Times documentary series titled Tastemakers. She is the chef and founder of the reliably sold-out SundayBest pop-up dinner series which took place in New York and around the country.