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Cooking with Mushrooms

A Fungi Lover's Guide to the World's Most Versatile, Flavorful, Health-Boosting Ingredients

Cooking with Mushrooms
Andrea Gentl By (author)
9781648291500
Product ID:  86150
$38.00
Hardback
2022/10/11
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2022/10/11
Artisan

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7.3 X 10.0 in
164 pg


COOKING / Individual Chefs & Restaurants
COOKING / Health & Healing / General
COOKING / Specific Ingredients / Vegetables


Description

Cooking with Mushrooms offers nearly 100 home-cook-friendly recipes that optimize the flavors, textures, and healing powers of mushrooms for inspired meals any time of the day—from food and travel writer and award-winning photographer Andrea Gentl.

Reviews

 "A book so beautiful, merely leafing through it confers forest-bathing levels of equanimity."
The Wall Street Journal


“In this gorgeous and deeply useful book, Andrea Gentl disproves my own jaded fear that there’s nothing new to say about ingredients we know well. I’ve cooked mushrooms for years without ever making pesto with maitake, lovage, walnut, and pistachio; morels on fried sourdough with smashed favas and peas; or whole king trumpets served au poivre. I find myself impatient for my next chance to buy a whole bouquet of mushrooms to follow her joyous and charitable directions.”
—Tamar Adler, author of An Everlasting Meal
 
“This book is a beautiful and modern expression of Andrea’s love for the natural world, travel, photography, and most important, mushrooms. The recipes are delicious, nutritious, and accessible. I plan to fill my pantry with all these staples and use them as she suggests throughout the book. It has already become one of the most valued cookbooks in my collection.”
—Aran Goyoaga, author of Cannelle et Vanille
 
Cooking with Mushrooms is a breathtaking new offering that has everything: beauty, lore, wisdom, and every delicious way to use these magical spores. Andrea Gentl’s reverence for nature shines through, with in-depth instructions and stunning photography that make this a literal feast from cover to cover. The learning here is rich.”
—Sarah Copeland, author of Every Day Is Saturday, Feast, and Instant Family Meals
 
Cooking with Mushrooms will quickly draw you into the mystical kingdom of this most enchanting ingredient. Once there, you’ll be treated to a plethora of exciting ways to feature mushrooms in your daily meals—powdered and added to honey or nut butter, infused in healing broths, and even in rye sourdough bread and desserts. These recipes are effortlessly beautiful, delicious, and health supportive.”
—Amy Chaplin, James Beard Award–winning author of Whole Food Cooking Every Day
 
“Andrea Gentl has a way with food. A way with styling. A way with poetically expressing herself through every word. A way with flavors that is distinctly her own. And now, with her exceptional new book, a way with mushrooms that we will all greatly benefit from.”
—Athena Calderone, author of Cook Beautiful and Live Beautiful
 
“In these pages, Andrea Gentl’s writing and cooking chops rival her legendary food photography. A leading alternative doctor once beseeched me to eat mushrooms often for their outsize adaptogenic properties—this book is a roadmap for how and why to do so deliciously. I’ve rarely seen such a clever, mouthwatering collection of original recipes.”
—Lucinda Scala Quinn, author of Mad Hungry: Feeding Men and Boys
 
“There are few people equipped with the keen eye, curiosity, and mycophilic knowledge required to produce a book like this, and Andrea Gentl does it like a true master with a forager’s heart. Her mushroom-based recipes are so flavorful that we’ll never think of them the same way again. Cooking with Mushrooms is inspiring, informative, and an instant classic.”
—Elissa Altman, author of Poor Man’s Feast and Motherland

“Andrea gives us truly inventive ways to not only cook fresh mushrooms but to coax out and preserve their best qualities so that their funky essence can easily be added to a myriad of dishes. This gorgeous book is a must for curious cooks everywhere.”
—Susan Spungen, author of Open Kitchen
 
“Magical in every sense of the word. Through a brilliant narrative and recipes that are both inspiring and truly nourishing, this is a thorough explanation of all things mushrooms.”
—Mariana Velásquez, author of Colombiana
 
“Not only is Andrea Gentl an absolutely amazing photographer—she is an intuitive and soulful cook. As a fellow mushroom lover, I thought I knew what a person could do with them, but the wealth of recipes and ideas in this book floored me. There are pestos, nut butters, broths and tonics, crostatas, granolas, tacos, and more. A fungus lover’s delight! I could go on, but I have to go make a batch of Miso Mushroom Popcorn Dust. Buy this book!”
—Carla Lalli Music, author of That Sounds So Good and Where Cooking Begins

“While her evocative images reveal an obvious love of her subject, Andrea’s recipes are a testament to a lifetime of curiosity, travel, observation, and experimentation. This book will give you the confidence to unlock the power of fungi and open your kitchen to an umami that, for many, has been hiding in plain sight.”
—Cliodhna Prendergast, food writer and photographer

"This cookbook feels like a really important moment for culinary mushrooms"
—Alicia Kennedy 



Author Bio

Andrea Gentl is an award-winning food and travel photographer. Over the span of her 30-year career, she has photographed the world’s leading chefs and culinary pioneers. Best known for her signature light and detailed compositions, Gentl tells a distinct story, entirely her own, through her images. It is from that perspective, as well as through extensive global travel, that she writes, cooks, and creates. Gentl works in collaboration with her husband and partner, Martin Hyers. This is her first cookbook.