*A National Bestseller * Most Anticipated Book of the Year by Vogue and more*Award-winning author Tamar Adler's inspiring, money-saving, environmentally responsible, A-to-Z collection of simple recipes that utilize all kinds of leftovers--perfect for solo meals or for feeding the whole family. Food waste is a serious issue today--nearly forty percent of the food we buy gets tossed out. Most of us look around the kitchen and struggle to use up everything we buy, and then when it comes to leftovers we're stuck. That's where Tamar Adler can help--her area of culinary expertise is finding delicious destinies for leftovers. Whether it's extra potatoes or meat, citrus peels or cold rice, a few final olives in a jar or the end of a piece of cheese, she has an appetizing solution. Here, in An Everlasting Meal Cookbook, she offers more than 1,500 easy and creative ideas to use up nearly every kind of leftover--and helpfully explains how long each recipe takes. Now you can easily transform a leftover burrito into a lunch of fried rice, or stale breakfast donuts into bread pudding. These inspiring and tasty recipes don't require any precise measurements, making this cookbook a go-to resource for when your kitchen seems full of meal endings with no clear meal beginnings in sight. Organized alphabetically and filled with foods across the spectrum--from applesauce to truffles and potato chip crumbs to cabbage--this comprehensive guide makes it easy to flip through so you can find a use for all types of unused food. Sensible, frugal, and consistently delicious, the recipes in An Everlasting Meal Cookbook allow you to prepare meals with economy and grace, making this a vital resource that every home cook needs.
Author: Tamar Adler Publisher: Scribner Book Company Published: 03/14/2023 Pages: 560 Binding Type: Hardcover Weight: 2.50lbs Size: 9.60h x 6.40w x 1.70d ISBN: 9781476799667
About the Author Tamar Adler is the James Beard and IACP Award-winning author of An Everlasting Meal; Something Old, Something New; and An Everlasting Meal Cookbook. She is a contributing editor at Vogue, has been a New York Times Magazine columnist, and the host of the Luminary podcast, Food Actually. She has cooked at ?Chez Panisse, and lives in Hudson, New York.